Washington Nationals rumors
The Cardinals add a pair of former All-Star lefties who have struggled in 2021.
The Dodgers could acquire a future Hall of Fame pitcher and a star shortstop for the stretch run.
Turner, a frequently discussed trade candidate, will almost certainly be out until after the deadline.
The Nets take a high school shortstop with their first pick.
The Nationals’ best player goes down with a shoulder injury.
The Mets will have to wait until next week for their Opening Day, while no one really knows when the Nationals will get back on the field.
COVID postponements will carry into the 2021 season.
Nationals player tests positive for COVID-19; Opening Day roster to be affected due to contact tracing
An early reminder that the COVID-19 pandemic will remain an issue for baseball in 2021.
Even with the Nats in last place, Martinez gets rewarded for last season’s World Series victory.
The Nationals take the big righty from Oklahoma with their first-round pick.
The Nationals add a powerful platoon option at first base while bringing back their closer from their 2019 stretch run.
Castro joins an NL East rival as the Nationals fill their hole at second base.
After opting out of his previous contract, Strasburg returns to the only organization he’s ever played for.
The NLCS MVP and World Series hero returns to D.C.
Strasburg opts out with four years and $100 million remaining on his contract.
It appears that Mike Rizzo is willing to overlook the Nationals’ past controversial run-ins with the reliever.
The Nationals take a massive right-hander with their first pick.
Last year’s NL Rookie of the Year runner-up will be sidelined for a little while.
There will only be a non-waiver deadline of July 31, which means goodbye to August trades.
After a stellar bounce-back season, the lefty settles for a cheap one-year deal in D.C.
The star outfielder still has plenty of suitors, but will they pay him the richest contract in baseball history?
The star outfielder may have his eyes on earning the biggest contract in MLB history.
The star outfielder has recently met with San Francisco about the possibility of inking a deal with the club by the bay.
Hellickson returns to D.C. after a bounce-back 2018 campaign.