Denard Span Fulfills Promise to Young Nats FanIt doesn't get much better than this. Except for that benches-clearing brawl thing.
Denard Span Agrees to Three-Year Deal with GiantsDenard Span agrees to a three-year deal with the San Francisco Giants.
Span: It's Unfortunate Matt Williams Had to Take the Fall for Our ShortcomingsImpending free agent Denard Span popped up to talk about his recovery from hip surgery and what went wrong for the Nationals.
Report: Span to Have Season-Ending SurgeryAs feared, Nationals CF Denard Span will need season-ending surgery to repair his ailing hip. He appeared in just 61 games in 2015.
Denard Span Heads Back to Disabled List, His Return in DoubtDenard Span is headed back to the disabled list and his return this season is in doubt.
With Span Expected to Return, Nats Can Finally Field Projected Opening Day LineupDenard Span is expected to return, meaning for the first time, in August, the Nationals may finally field the team they were designed to be.
Denard Span Looks in Peak Form on Latest Rehab AssignmentDenard Span appears to be close to MLB ready, if his latest rehab assignment is any indicator.
Nationals OF Span Out Until All-Star Break With Back SpasmsNationals center fielder Denard Span will be sidelined through the All-Star break because of lingering back spasms.
Mike Rizzo Explains Catalyst for Denard Span's Sudden Burst of PowerSince Bryce Harper's infamous lineup omission of 2014, Denard Span has been an All-Star-caliber center fielder. Something changed. Mike Rizzo explains.
Nationals Werth, Rendon, Span Headed For DLGeneral manager Mike Rizzo broke the news that Jayson Werth, Anthony Rendon and Denard Span will begin the 2015 season on the disabled list.
Denard Span Undergoes 'Core Muscle' Surgery, Could Miss Nationals' Season OpenerDenard Span underwent surgery Monday morning to repair a "right core muscle injury," the Nationals announced, and start the season on the DL.
Nationals Exercise Denard Span's Option for 2015The Nationals have reportedly exercised Denard Span's $9 million option, according to Adam Kilgore, ensuring he'll remain in center field in Washington through the 2015 season.