Davey Johnson

Diamondbacks third base coach Matt Williams #9 while standing on base against the Baltimore Orioles at Chase Field on August 14, 2013 in Phoenix, Arizona. (Credit: Norm Hall/Getty Images)

Report: Nationals Plan to Hire Matt Williams as Next Manager

The Nationals plan to hire Matt Williams as the organization’s next manager, sources tell Ken Rosenthal of MLB on Fox, with hopes of keeping Randy Knorr on staff as the team’s bench coach.


Adam LaRoche #25 of the Washington Nationals celebrates at the top of the dugout with coach Randy Knorr. (Credit: Justin Edmonds/Getty Images)

Storen Endorses Randy Knorr as Nats Next Manager; Explains Why

Drew Storen made his case for why Nats’ bench coach Randy Knorr should be the organization’s next manager, in an interview with Holden and Danny on Wednesday. He gave an impassioned response about what the team is looking for, and why Knorr fits the bill perfectly.


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Nats Fall to D-Backs As Davey Johnson Enters Retirement

The Arizona Diamondbacks sent Davey Johnson into retirement with a loss by beating the Washington Nationals 3-2 on Sunday.


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Haren Pitches Nationals Past Diamondbacks

Dan Haren knows there is little chance he will be back with the Washington Nationals.


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Feinstein on Being Called ‘an Idiot’: ‘Bob Knight Called Me a Pimp and a Whore’

In response to Davey Johnson calling him “an idiot” for suggesting Stephen Strasburg’s shutdown in 2012 is still haunting the Nats in his latest column, John Feinstein of the Washington Post said, “Bob Knight called me a pimp and whore twenty-seven years ago, so everything is sort of mild by comparison.”


Stephen Strasburg  pitches against the Miami Marlins in the first inning of game 2 of their day-night doubleheader at Nationals Park on September 22, 2013 in Washington, DC. (credit: Jonathan Ernst/Getty Images)

Johnson: Nats ‘Probably’ would have Won 2012 World Series with Strasburg

In his final weekly appearance with the Junkies, retiring Nats manager Davey Johnson dropped the bombshell that he thinks his team “probably” would have won the World Series in 2012 with Stephen Strasburg on the roster.


Manager Davey Johnson doffs his hat to the crowd as he is honored on the field prior to his final regular-season home games, a day-night doubleheader against the Miami Marlins, at Nationals Park. (credit: Jonathan Ernst/Getty Images)

Boomer Esiason Thanks Retiring Nats’ Manager Davey Johnson

Boomer Esiason used one of his daily CBS Sports Minutes – which run over 106.7 The Fan airwaves and CBS-owned sports stations across the country every half hour – to pay respects to retiring Nationals manager Davey Johnson on Tuesday.


Davey Johnson (credit: Jonathan Ernst)

‘Steady Hand’ Davey Johnson Leaving Nats In Far Better Shape

Five days from now, Davey Johnson will manage his final game for the Nationals before heading back to Florida retirement at age 70.


Manager Davey Johnson (L) of the Washington Nationals is honored on the field by general manager Mike Rizzo (R) prior to his final regular-season home games, a day-night doubleheader against the Miami Marlins, at Nationals Park on September 22, 2013 in Washington, DC. (Credit: Jonathan Ernst/Getty Images)

Mike Rizzo’s Touching Farewell to Nats Manager Davey Johnson

Mike Rizzo delivered a fitting tribute to Davey Johnson prior to his final regular season home game as manager of the Nats. Listen to that tribute here and try not to weep.


Shortstop Ian Desmond #20 of the Washington Nationals celebrates with teammate Denard Span #2 after Span's hit drove in the game-winning run against the Atlanta Braves in the ninth inning at Nationals Park on September 17, 2013 in Washington, DC. The Washington Nationals won, 6-5. (Credit: Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

Davey Johnson: ‘Anything Can Happen’

Davey Johnson was lively in his weekly appearance with the Junkies Wednesday morning, after against all odds, his Nats took two-of-two against the Braves yesterday, including one 9th-inning comeback. Still a longshot to make the playoffs, “anything can happen.”