I can’t remember who said this, but apparently, when it comes to free-agent signings, January is the new December, which means that hopefully, we’ll see some activity soon.
Here’s the news from D.C.:
The biggest acquisition the Nats could make? A healthy Trea Turner
If Trea Turner comes back healthy, finds his old stroke, and really recaptures what made him so electrifying in 2016 -- and is able to stay healthy for a full season -- then the Nats' offense could be completely changed.
Adam Eaton is healed and ready to play
Adam Eaton's time in center is over (thanks, MAT), but he thinks that a healthy season in left could be the best of his career.
Sean Doolittle talks "The Last Jedi"
Spoiler-free, and SEAN DOOLITTLE HAS SO. MUCH. TO. SAY.
Wander Suero could make an impact come 2018
Wander Suero doesn't seem like he should be performing this well -- he's on the older side for a prospect and isn't even in the Nats' top 30 -- but he could very well crack the big league squad this March.
Goodwin fully healthy after groin strain slowed end of 2017
Brian Goodwin nearly secured a spot on the major league roster last season, but groin problems ultimately kept him from becoming a true regular. This year, he thinks that he's healthy and ready to go.
Looking for a Match in a J.T. Realmuto Trade
The Nats are the most obvious trade partner, and have minor leaguers without obvious paths to the Majors. Will the Nats be able to part with them for a very good -- but not great -- catcher, a player at a position where they're already paying top dollar?
Looking Back at “All-Star Baseball’s” Ballpark Prognostications
"D.C. stadium was, of course, the future stadium for a team in the nation's capital. At the time, major league baseball didn’t have a team in Washington, but rumors had circulated about the Montreal Expos moving there. The stadium itself had a right-field wall that was only 307 feet down the line, but it had a brick wall covered in ivy that was as tall as the Green Monster in Fenway Park. "