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Getting over ‘the hump’ in the postseason will require an urgency and togetherness for Washington.

(John McDonnell / The Washington Post)

Bryce Harper was an instant star. His older brother is still seeking to make the big-league roster, especially after missing the entire 2017 season following Tommy John surgery.

Nationals Manager Dave Martinez emphasized the need to take things slow with Glover, who missed most of last season with a rotator cuff injury.

  • Perspective

Getting over ‘the hump’ in the postseason will require an urgency and togetherness for Washington.

While the Nationals can still go out and sign a free agent to fill the void, a fifth starter is needed.

Doolittle believes adding more sliders to the mix will help avoid high pitch counts.

Kelley's precipitous drop-off was one of the reasons the Nationals overhauled the back end of their bullpen before the trade deadline.

Los Angeles GM Andrew Friedman isn't exactly in the business of handing out rich contracts, for starters.

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Martinez has waited so long for his shot, can you blame him for champing at the bit?

A circle of trust, rotating playlists and a faster pace marked the first day of on-field work at spring training.

The Nationals and Astros will partner with FITTEAM, a local fitness beverage company, for the next 12 years.

Pending a new agreement, Rizzo, who is entering his 12th season in the organization, will see his current deal expire Oct. 31.

Eaton, who tore his anterior cruciate ligament last April, will move to left field this season.

“For a chance to be in this organization for two years, hopefully, it was a no-brainer for me,” the reliever said of re-signing with Washington in December.

The veteran catcher is coming off his worst season as a professional.

Nationals pitchers and catchers report for spring training on Wednesday.

The roster looks familiar for the time being, making Manager Dave Martinez the team's biggest offseason addition.

Reynolds batted .228 and played six different positions for the Mets over the past two seasons.

The team doesn't expect to be able to offer all partial-plan holders the opportunity to purchase all-star strips.

Harold Reynolds tells a tale about the Nationals' new manager, and offers some analysis, too.

Site will be at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla., as many top-tier players hope to get in shape while awaiting new deals.

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