The 2019 London Series is great, but 2020 should be elsewhere

The 2019 series in London should be fun, but the 2020 series should be elsewhere.

Three Nationals players recognized in MLB’s Top 100 Prospects

Victor Robles
The Nationals will likely provide prospect Victor Robles the chance to play every day in the outfield, as long as they don’t emerge victorious in their pursuit of Bryce Harper.

What does the signing of Brian Dozier mean for the Nationals?

The Nationals hope that Brian Dozier provides pop and a stable presence from second base.

Boring Minor League team names are a waste of an opportunity; how to be better

There’s nothing more disappointing than a Minor League affiliate with the same name as the parent team, unless its cliche like "Bulldogs" or "Cougars."

Nationals reportedly in the mix on Bryce Harper’s sweepstakes

MLB Network Radio’s Jim Bowden reports that the Nationals and Bryce Harper met during the holiday break. There may yet be a chance that he stays in Washington.

Nationals trade for Yan Gomes, add production from backstop

Washington made the move in hopes that Gomes can provide the offensive spark from the catcher position that they have been missing since Wilson Ramos’ free-agency departure

Nationals bring back Kurt Suzuki on two-year deal

The 35-year-old veteran Suzuki signed a two-year deal with Washington, who badly needs offensive production from the catcher position.

The Nationals signing of Kurt Suzuki emphasizes need of catching prospect

On Tuesday afternoon, the Washington Nationals confirmed their deal with free agent catcher Kurt Suzuki. Suzuki, 35, is setting up for his second stint at Nationals Park. He formerly caught here in 2012 and 2013 before being traded back the Oakland Athletics for Dakota Bacus, a right-handed pitcher in the low minors at the time.  That was after a...

Nationals Juan Soto lands in second place in NL ROY race

Juan Soto
Nationals rookie Juan Soto could be key in stabilizing Washington's outfield in a potential future without star Bryce Harper.

Bryce Harper declined $300 million long-term contract from Nationals

The Washington Post reported that the Nats made the offer to Harper before the final day of the regular season—what does his decision mean for the Nationals and the rest of the league?