How Serious Are Washington Nationals About Signing Eric O’Flaherty?
The Washington Nationals have shown some interest in relief pitcher Eric O’Flaherty on the first day of the 2013 Winter Meetings. However, the Nationals also don’t intend on making a decision regarding O’Flaherty anytime soon. The left-handed pitcher posted a [...]
Washington Nationals: Steve Lombardozzi Is Majorly Overrated
Any time a team makes a major deal for a big-name player, the first thought that comes to a fan’s mind is, “who did my favorite team give up?” So, when the Washington Nationals acquired Doug Fister from the Detroit [...]
Washington Nationals Overpay for Nate McLouth, But Still Make a Solid Move
After acquiring a starter earlier this week, the Washington Nationals checked another item off of their winter wishlist as they signed outfielder Nate McLouth to a two-year, $10.75 million deal with an option for a third year. McLouth was quite [...]
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Washington Nationals Rumors: New Posting System Should Make Nats Major Player For Masahiro Tanaka
It would be pretty easy to assume that, after their acquisition of Doug Fister earlier this week, the Washington Nationals are probably finished in their search for starting pitching. Washington does still need to improve their bullpen with a lefty [...]
Will Winter Ball Help Wilson Ramos With The Washington Nationals In 2014?
Washington Nationals starting catcher Wilson Ramos played in only 78 games last year due to two hamstring injuries that set him back a bit. Many in the Nationals’ front office thought the Ramos would return home to Venezeula and take some [...]
Doug Fister Trade Will Come Out Even for Washington Nationals, Detroit Tigers
Late Monday evening, the news broke that the Washington Nationals and Detroit Tigers made a major deal that sent starting pitcher Doug Fister to the Nationals in exchange for Steve Lombardozzi, Ian Krol and Robbie Ray. Immediately, there were tears [...]
Washington Nationals Acquire Doug Fister For Almost Nothing
The Washington Nationals have acquired 6-foot-8 right-hander Doug Fister from the Detroit Tigers for … well … pretty much nothing. The Nationals will send utility man Steve Lombardozzi, lefty reliever Ian Krol and prospect Robbie Ray to Detroit in exchange for two more years of Fister. In 2013, Fister went 14-9 [...]
Washington Nationals Rumors: Could John Axford Be a Bullpen Option?
In 2013, the Washington Nationals‘ bullpen was inconsistent, with key names having down years and the lack of a solid lefty presence coming back to bite them. When Rafael Soriano was signed, many believed Washington was strengthening something that was [...]
Washington Nationals Rumors: Rafael Furcal Should Be Targeted Infielder
While the starting nine for the Washington Nationals is pretty well set in stone, finding a veteran bench player that can spend some time on the bases defensively isn’t a bad idea. We’ve already discussed how Robinson Cano should be [...]