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There's a lot to like about the Nationals heading into 2014, though we did say the same thing last year.
Time to preview the Washington Nationals as part of our 30-team series. Is the theme this season "better late than never?"
The Nationals have Fantasy talent up and down their lineup and in the rotation as well, so who should you specifically target? Our Scott White looks for Draft Day gems in Washington.
Why should holds be considered when evaluating relievers, even for those owners who don't need to address the statistic in their leagues? Nando Di Fino provides a clear explanation in his Bullpen Report.
Chris and Matt preview the Athletics and the Nationals and talk about their expectations for both teams. Can the Athletics contend again? Are the Nationals the best team in baseball?
What I like (a lot), and dislike (not much), about the Nationals. ...
Owners familiar with both Rotisserie and Head-to-Head formats are familiar with the subtle differences. Even so, our Al Melchior shares some Draft Day tips for those assembling a winning H2H roster.
With a possibility of a suspension looming for Gio Gonzalez over the Biogenesis records, Kyle Lohse could make sense in Washington.
The two teams that could be most affected by MLB's drug investigation in South Florida are the Nationals and Rangers, and sources say both teams are very concerned that they could lose Gio Gonzalez and Nelson Cruz to 50-game suspensions at some point this season. What can they do to prepare?
Friday at 1 p.m. ET was the deadline for eligible players to avoid the need to exchange arbitration figures with their current ballclub, so there was an unbelievable mass of signings that took place. The biggest payday went to Hunter Pence of the Giants, as he agreed to a one-year, $13.8-million deal.

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