Doug Fister will start the 2014 MLB season on the 15-day disabled list, and Tanner Roark and Taylor Jordan have both been informed they’ve made the Opening Day roster, Bill Ladsen is reporting for MLB.com.
Andrew Cashner went from the Padres’ bullpen to staff ace last season. Can he continue that growth?
Jordan Zimmermann geared up for the season by throwing five innings of shutout ball, striking out four while throwing 71 pitches in his final spring training tune-up as the Nationals shutout the Mets 4-0 on Thursday.
Longtime MLB baseball writer/reporter Mel Antonen picks the Nationals to run away with the NL East in 2014: “I think they’re gonna steamroll through the division.”
PHOTOS: The latest upgrades to Nats Park were revealed on Thursday, which include suite level facelifts, modernized amenities in the common areas (computerized menu boards), and new flooring along the concourse.
The Washington Nationals have signed left-handed pitcher Michael Gonzalez, who the team released on Tuesday, to a minor league contract.
Injuries mean opportunities. Diamondbacks’ Archie Bradley could land a spot in the starting rotation.
Bryce Harper was ejected in the top of the 4th inning of the Nationals spring training game against the Cardinals Wednesday afternoon.
One of the common misconceptions made by baseball fans is to put too much stock in the Opening Day roster. Nationals GM Mike Rizzo explains why that can be misleading.
The Washington Nationals have signed former Phillies infielder Kevin Frandsen to a Major League contract, the team announced on Wednesday.
It’s tough to keep up with all the action in MLB. Here’s your recap for the week ending April 8, 2013.
It’s tough to keep up with all the action in the MLB. Here’s what to look for this year as baseball gets under way.