Yunel Escobar hasn’t played at second base since 2007, but looks to make the transition from shortstop before Opening Day.
Ryan Zimmerman hoping for the best in 2015, “the end of an era for a core group” of Nationals players.
The Hot Stove is dead. Long live real baseball! The biggest storylines as the Washington Nationals enter another season of great expectations.
The Washington Nationals’ Jayson Werth is back on the field, just not 100 percent yet.
Bryce Harper, asked about his long-term future, says he won’t leave the Nationals without first winning a World Series title: “I don’t care how long it takes me.”
Don’t talk to Gio Gonzalez about ‘World Series or Bust.’ He doesn’t want to hear it, and neither do the Nationals, he says.
Tanner Roark, who may be bumped to the bullpen with Scherzer’s addition, is here to do his job – whatever that job is – to help the Nationals win in 2015.
Ian Desmond addresses offseason trade rumors, and promises to enjoy “every single day” if this is his final season in Washington.
Nationals relievers Jerry Blevins and Aaron Barrett live-tweeted their Oscars predictions with witty banter. Here are the highlights.
The Washington Nationals have the highest projected win total in 2015, according to the first sportsbook to release MLB regular season win total odds.