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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 Nationals have made some moves to help bolster the club during the Winter Meetings.
Two days into the Winter Meetings, the Nationals' situation with first baseman Adam LaRoche hasn't changed much.
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.
From general managers' meetings in California to end-of-season awards, WTOP's Craig Heist breaks down the Hot Stove League in this month's podcast.
The Carolina Panthers were fired up before they even walked onto the turf at FedEx Field to take on the Redskins, who were celebrating the team's 80th anniversary Sunday.
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.
As postseason baseball returned to Washington for the first time in 79 years on Wednesday, the first manager in Nationals history was on hand to throw out the first pitch.