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The Nationals have all but wrapped up the Winter Meetings in Nashville but are still looking to add another left handed pitcher. But re-signing first baseman Adam LaRoche remains a priority for the team.
The Washington Nationals upgraded their starting rotation by agreeing in principle to a one-year, $13 million deal with free-agent right-hander Dan Haren, pending a physical.
The Nationals headed into the Winter Meetings knowing their top priority is to try and sign first baseman Adam LaRoche.
Ahead of the start of the winter meetings, WTOP's Craig Heist talks with MLB.com's Nationals beat writer Bill Ladson discuss the impact of a trade and how new players will affect the team.
Forest City Washington, the developer of The Yards, says the owners of Capitol Hill's Zest Bistro have signed a lease for a Mexican restaurant called Agua 301.
Superstorm Sandy victims in New Jersey will be getting a truckload of supplies thanks to a Washington Nationals infielder and his dad.
What went wrong in the series and what the Nats have to do now going forward is on the minds of both WTOP Nats beat reporter Craig Heist and MLB.com's Nats beat reporter Bill Ladson.
Shortly after Teddy's unexpected success, the Nationals' victorious season came to a quick end with a loss to St. Louis Cardinals Saturday night. Was it Teddy's curse? WTOP asked Nats fans what they thought.
Acts of Natitude are pretty common during Nationals games, but rarely do they bring baseball fans to tears.
Nats fans lucky enough to go to the playoff games in Washington can take home more than a hat and a foam finger from the ballpark, a new feature on MLB.com is letting you find yourself in the stands.