Nationals outfielder Jayson Werth pleaded guilty to reckless driving charges Jan. 29 and will serve five days in jail.See More: Nationals Report
Casey Janssen has recorded at least 22 saves during each of the last three seasons, but he could be the eighth-inning setup man for the Nationals.See More: Nationals Report
Despite his looming free agency, keeping shortstop Ian Desmond in place may be the Nationals' best option of making it to the World Series in 2015.See More: Nationals Report
A.J. Cole has been acquired twice by the Nationals, but there's more to know about this right-hander who's close to the big leagues.See More: MLB
"I don't play the game for money," new Nationals pitcher Max Scherzer said Jan. 21. "But when you have an offer like that, you go 'Wow.'"See More: Nationals Report
While Jayson Werth is slated to be the Nationals' regular left fielder in 2015, offseason shoulder surgery means he may not be ready for Opening Day.See More: Nationals Report
With the addition of Max Scherzer to an already stocked rotation, Rick Snider says there's no reason why the Nationals can't win the World Series.See More: On Washington Sports By Rick Snider
According to reports, the Washington Nationals and free-agent pitcher Max Scherzer have reached an agreement on a seven-year deal. See More: Nationals Report
Nationals prospect Wilmer Difo has split his time between shortstop and second base, but figures to be better suited at second for the long haul.See More: MLB
The Washington Nationals came to a 2015 salary agreement for right-handed pitchers Stephen Strasburg and Drew Storen, avoiding arbitration.See More: Nationals Report
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