Yes, the Nationals’ bullpen is really bad, but it hasn’t always been this way. What happened to the effective relievers who used to wear the Curly W, and where are they now?
Teams trying to make a push for the postseason are always looking to add new arms. There’s some big names available on the trade market who can make a difference in the starting rotation or bullpen.
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.
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