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In the economics of modern baseball, sometimes the hot stove league can leave fans in the cold.

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If they land Donaldson, the towering investment in Stephen Strasburg looks a lot smarter. If they don’t, the argument that they should have prioritized Anthony Rendon could get a bit louder.

With Rendon off to Los Angeles, Turner might be in search of a new favorite player.

The star third baseman departs Washington for the west coast having spent his entire career with the Nationals.

The Nationals moved three coaches into new roles and added a new assistant hitting coach in Pat Roessler.

The team is not counting itself out of the Rendon sweepstakes, even if signs are pointing elsewhere.

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The Nats probably won’t be able to retain the star third baseman, but their core identity will remain intact either way.

Veteran was with Washington throughout the postseason and was carried on the World Series roster

Why does Santa look like Juan Soto? And why is he doing the Soto Shuffle?

The contract is the largest ever for a starting pitcher in both total and average annual value.

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In its second-biggest win in the past few weeks, Washington keeps the World Series MVP at home.

Finnegan has spent the last seven seasons in the Oakland Athletics' minor league system. He has yet to appear in a major league game but was a standout closer across Class AA and AAA in 2019.

Kendrick had a career year last season and was the MVP of the NLCS.

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Lerner, the Nationals' managing principal owner, gave a look into the Nationals' thinking in a television interview with NBC Sports Washington.

The oversized trophy is the centerpiece of Wharf Life DC’s Nats-themed entry in Saturday’s Holiday Boat Parade.

  • Perspective

Whether their roster changes are large or small, the world champs can hang on to what made them special.

The World Series documentary premiere was overshadowed by the Nationals' free agency priorities this offseason, including Zimmerman.

Strasburg is beginning to hear free agent pitches from clubs. The Nationals have publicly expressed that they don’t feel a need for an in-person meeting.

Miracle on Seventh Street is open in Shaw through the end of the month.

The Nationals avoided arbitration with Strickland, a right-handed reliever, hours before the deadline.

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