• Analysis

Washington had already made two acquisitions before last year's GM meetings. This year, it's a different story and a different pace.

  • Analysis

How they balance nostalgia with practicality, and how that seeps into their blueprint, will ultimately decide how the team looks on Opening Day.

The key bat in the Nationals' lineup lands another award as he gets ready to hit free agency.

Martinez, now a World Series-winning manager, was embraced at a parade just five months after many called for him to be fired.

Rendon is projected to be the best-performing free agent available in 2020, and he could top Nolan Arenado's deal.

  • Perspective

Brush off the confetti. After all the warm feelings, it’s an offseason of cold calculation.

The World Series champions were greeted by a large, vocal crowd at the White House.

Ryan Zimmerman thanked Trump and presented him with a No. 45 Nationals jersey.

Five of the 20 buses in Saturday's parade were borrowed from Big Bus Tours' Philadelphia fleet.

Washington’s champion baseball team brought its trophy to the home of Washington’s recent champion hockey team.

Here’s a collection of the best quotes from the pep rally that concluded the parade.

  • Perspective

Sure, every victory parade is the same. But for D.C.’s baseball fans, this one was more like a revival.

Washington all-star third baseman Anthony Rendon is a free agent, too.

  • Perspective

An unavoidable barrier exists between pro ballplayers and fans. On a glorious autumn Saturday in the District, that barrier came down.

The Nationals closer was the first to say he won't be at Monday's visit with President Trump.

Washington gathered for a party 95 years in the making, and it did not disappoint.

  • Perspective

By finally winning, this team changed how we view the losing. And there was a lot of losing and torment since a team returned to D.C.

We received more than 400 responses from readers across the country.

The team will make the traditional champions visit less than a week after winning its first World Series. Pitcher Sean Doolittle said he won’t attend.

The Nationals' energizing, polarizing young star became a household name over his postseason run.

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