Everyone who witnessed the day Corbin became a baseball player remembers it differently. The Nationals just hope their new pitcher lives up to his six-year, $140 million deal.

(John McDonnell / The Washington Post)

The Nationals' regulars got some last-minute fine-tuning before the season begins Thursday.

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The Nationals and Yankees played their final spring training game, and there was plenty of things to get excited about.

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Young players like Victor Robles and Juan Soto are full of promise.

The magazine picked Washington to win the National League pennant in four of the previous six years.

Eaton played in 118 games across the past two seasons because of various injuries, but "you don’t play scared," he insisted.

Everyone who witnessed the day Corbin became a baseball player remembers it differently. The Nationals just hope their new pitcher lives up to his six-year, $140 million deal.

The Nationals enter 2019 coming off a disappointing 82-80 finish and a very productive offseason.

Dave Martinez is considering having eight relievers on his initial 25-man roster — one more than usual.

Sánchez, 35, mixes six pitches to keep hitters guessing in every count.

Washington has until Wednesday to whittle the group down to 25, with the season opener against the Mets a day later.

The general manager also said nothing is new in negotiations with Anthony Rendon.

Severino, 25, had spent his entire career in the Nationals' organization but wasn't going to make this year's major league roster.

The Nationals' ace will be on the mound for the season opener Thursday.

Washington will spend around $96 million on its rotation in 2019. Five arms have to make that investment worth it.

Washington has less than a week to make a handful of personnel decisions and finalize the group it will have in uniform when the Mets come to town to start the season.

The team will offer three versions of its monthly NatsPass beginning in April.

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Rarely does a club with such consistent objectives approach a season with such a different makeup.

Baseball fans can finally get their bivalve fix at not one, but two new Nationals Park concession stands with oysters on the menu this season.

Only eight teams shifted less frequently than the Nationals last season, according to advanced statistics.

It's officially cherry blossom season!

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