The Nationals won a wild game against the Twins in 16 innings Sunday afternoon. Let's look at how all the craziness unfolded.
Who said old left fielders can't jump?
One of the most lopsided division in baseball includes two of the best teams in the league (the Mets and Nationals), and two of the worst (Braves and Phillies). Meanwhile the talented but flawed Marlins look poised for a 13th straight season somewhere in the vast middle.
Can the Nationals rebound from their extremely disappointing 2015 season? Let's preview their 2016 campaign.
Bryce Harper's free agency is already highly anticipated even though it is three years away.
Injuries sapped Anthony Rendon's production in 2015. If the Nats are to rebound in 2016, then they'll need Rendon to be in top form.
A three-headed monster sits atop our LF rankings. Who is first? Check it out.
Bryce Harper and Max Scherzer aside, the Nationals as a group let their Fantasy owners down in 2015. Al Melchior takes stock of their 2016 roster from a Fantasy perspective.
Bryce Harper got choked up while thanking his parents during his NL MVP acceptance speech Saturday night.
The Nats also have Michael Taylor to play center field with Denard Span leaving for San Francisco via free agency.

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