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Wire Taps: Some ways to improve the Nationals; Chris Heisey re-signs with Nats; Mike Rizzo has only one worry about Koda Glover

Catch up on the latest Nationals news while we wait for the next bit of actual baseball news out of Washington, D.C.

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Here's the latest from Nationals Park.

A few ways to improve the Nats this offseason
The free-agent market is weak, but there are still quite a few options for the Nationals to improve their team (including Dexter Fowler, Andrew McCutchen, and a few others).

Mike Rizzo has only one worry about Koda Glover
Glover struggled with a little hip trouble at the end of last season, but Rizzo and the Nats still think very highly of Glover -- and have high hopes for his future with the club.

Nationals reportedly offered Stephen Strasburg for Corey Seager to the Dodgers
The Nats reportedly offered Strasburg for Seager (who is expected to win the NL Rookie of the Year award) straight-up last winter.

Nationals are potential suitor for Edwin Encarnacion
The Nats have struggled mightily with offensive production out of the first base position in the last few seasons, which would make Edwin Encarnacion an interesting fit for them.

Chris Heisey re-signs with Nationals
The pinch-hitting slugger is returning to the Nats on a 1-year, $1.4 million contract.