Do the Nationals have a depth problem on the major league roster? Fangraphs.com's Dave Cameron looked at the 25-man roster and the results weren't pretty. See below for results...
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The Nationals Have a Depth Problem
"In fact, it’s hard to find a legitimate contender with as weak a group of reserves as the Nationals." - Dave Cameron
Sources: Romo choosing between #Dodgers and second, unidentified club. LAD also talking to other relievers, including Blanton.— Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) February 3, 2017
A brief history of the Nats' ever-changing closer identity
"We don’t know yet who will serve as the Nationals closer come opening day, but we do know it will be someone new."
There's mystery team besides dodgers on romo (via @Ken_Rosenthal ) hear nats have discussed; jays/mets/maybe rays make sense— Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) February 3, 2017
Four underrated MLB teams to keep an eye on
"Danny Espinosa is of course no Trea Turner, which is why the Nationals traded him. But he's always hit lefties..."
Kolko/Werth bobblehead gets nod in P-Nats fan vote
"This is the second consecutive year that the P-Nats have planned a bobblehead giveaway based on suggestions from their loyal fans."
It's moving day for Washington Nationals at new West Palm Beach digs
"Called a 'bat bone,' it might be the most unusual baseball tool in the clubhouse."
FBB Curbed Section: New York-style luxury apartments come to Nationals Park area
"The rooftop includes a swimming pool, hot tub, cabanas, fire pits, grilling areas and views of the Capitol and Nationals Park."