Nationals will ease into a long to-do list after a busy October.

One year later, how much do you remember about the Washington Nationals' triumph over the Houston Astros?

The cuts include advance scout Jim Cuthbert, minor league coaches Patrick Anderson and Billy Gardner, pro scout Colin Sabean and special front-office assistant Terry Wetzel.

  • Analysis

The Nationals' manager took the opportunity to make several changes to his coaching staff after signing a contract extension in late September.

All four veterans are officially free agents as the MLB offseason begins.

The latest decision in a years-long TV rights dispute between Nationals, Orioles is expected to be appealed.

Josh Harrison returns on a one-year deal worth $1 million plus incentives. Kevin Long, whose contract the team chose not to renew earlier this month, is also back.

The Nationals had an opening after not renewing Paul Menhart's contract, and Manager Dave Martinez is acquainted with Jim Hickey.

The outfielder, who hit four home runs in 38 postseason at-bats, opted for free agency on Thursday.

Taylor, 29, peaked with Washington in 2017 and often thrived in the playoffs.

Chip Hale leaves Washington as Manager Dave Martinez overhauls his coaching staff.

After a disappointing 2020. Manager Dave Martinez -- who just signed a contract extension -- will get a chance to handpick his own coaches.

The longtime Nationals employee says he was “in utter disbelief” when he learned the club was replacing him as its pitching coach.

The Astros have dominated baseball headlines for a year. That might not change as baseball's postseason moves into the divisional round.

Paul Menhart, who spent 15 years in the Washington Nationals' organization, was promoted in May 2019 and was credited with helping to fix a struggling bullpen.

  • Perspective

After spending a baseball season watching, will the Washington Nationals’ cornerstone get to spend another playing?

The defending World Series champions missed the playoffs, but there were some fun times along the way.

The Nationals greatly underachieved in a 60-game season. Does that feel the same as wilting at the end of a full year?

The Nationals’ 2020 season was disappointing, but there is plenty of good to focus on now that it’s over.

In Max Scherzer’s final start of the season, the Nationals eliminated the Mets from postseason contention, then won the nightcap to sweep a doubleheader.

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