Kevin Frandsen added to Nationals TV broadcasts, replacing F.P. Santangelo
Kevin Frandsen played 105 games for the Nationals in 2014 and spent the past four years on Phillies radio broadcasts.
The Nationals just revamped their player development staff. What were the biggest changes?
The Nationals added 14 new coaching and staff positions in the minor leagues for 2022.
Nationals, focused on the future, announce bolstered 2022 player development staff
A statement from De Jon Watson, Washington's new director of player development, noted 14 new roles and 20 new staff members.
Nationals sign Cuban outfielder Cristhian Vaquero to club record bonus
Vaquero, 17, is ranked as a consensus top-two prospect in the latest international signing class.
Nationals pitcher Seth Romero arrested on DWI charge
Romero, whose collegiate career included multiple disciplinary episodes, has three career major league appearances for the Nationals.
Outfielder T.J. White, new to pro ball, hopes to one day fill a void for the Nationals
White was only 17 when he was drafted out of high school this past summer.
As a fast-rising minor league manager, Mario Lisson still chases the same dream
Mario Lisson's guiding mission is to help players get to where he never could, then finally get there himself.
Todd Peterson, who became a viral star at LSU, looks to climb the ranks with the Nationals
Peterson is a rising reliever in a system that has not produced many homegrown arms in recent years.
The Nationals had MLB’s smallest player development staff. They plan to fix that.
In 2021, the Nationals had the smallest minor league staff size. They want to change that this winter.
New to the Nationals, Andrew Young wants to prove himself in consistent at-bats
The Nationals chose Young, 27, in the minor league portion of the Rule 5 draft this month.
Nationals sign third baseman Maikel Franco to a minor league deal
Maikel Franco, 29, is coming off a down season with the Baltimore Orioles. He previously spent parts of six seasons in Philadelphia.
The D.C. ties to four of baseball’s newest Hall of Famers
Gil Hodges, Jim Kaat, Minnie Miñoso and Tony Oliva all have connections to the original or expansion Washington Senators.
Nationals select four players in the minor league Rule 5 draft
The Nationals' top pick was Andrew Young, a second baseman from the Diamondbacks who has major league experience.
MLB is in a lockout. Here’s what that means for the Nationals organization.
Any 40-man transactions are entirely frozen, meaning the Nationals can't sign major league free agents or trade with other clubs.
Nationals let relievers Wander Suero and Ryne Harper go, add second baseman César Hernández
Washington also cut ties with first baseman Mike Ford and grabbed infielder Lucius Fox off waivers from the Orioles.
Why the Nationals moved prospect Yasel Antuna from shortstop to outfield
Yasel Antuna, 22, once signed for $3.85 million out of the Dominican Republic.
Which prospects could most influence the Nationals’ rebuild?
Pitchers Cade Cavalli, Jackson Rutledge and Cole Henry headlined a short list provided by General Manager Mike Rizzo.
Nationals prospect Jackson Cluff buries his tough summer with a standout fall
Cluff, an infielder in the Nationals' system, was named defensive player of the year at the Arizona Fall League.
Nationals protect Donovan Casey and Evan Lee from the Rule 5 Draft
Casey, an outfielder, was acquired in the Max Scherzer-Trea Turner trade in July. Lee, a left-handed pitcher, was a 15th round pick in 2018.
De Jon Watson has a clear vision as Nationals’ new head of player development
Watson was officially announced as the Nationals’ new farm director this week.