Washington Nationals outfielder Jayson Werth will reportedly spend five days in jail for reckless driving, per Justin Jouvenal of the Washington Post.
WASHINGTON — On a snowy afternoon at Nationals Park a press conference was held to introduce Max Scherzer, who agreed to terms on a seven-year, $210 million deal. The contract puts the new Nationals pitcher behind only Clayton Kershaw,
The Power Hour host Matthew Sardo spoke with Sports Talk Florida MLB insider Steve Kinsella about the latest trades and rumors in MLB this offseason
The Nationals got their guy in former Tigers RHP Max Scherzer. Now, they're willing to trade another key member of their lineup.
Washington - Credit Jon Heyman of CBS Sports, who was the first to break the news, that the Washington Nationals, added the prize pitcher of the 2014 off season, right hander Max Scherzer. The 2013 Cy Young winner is now
The rest of the starting pitching market can start to take shape now, as Max Scherzer has reportedly agreed to a seven-year deal with the Nationals.
Stephen Strasburg and the Washington Nationals have agreed to a $7.4 million, one-year contract and avoided salary arbitration.
The rumors of the Rays trading Ben Zobrist have been swirling but what if the team doesn't trade him?
The Nationals have been chasing Rays Ben Zobrist since the Winter Meetings but have balked at the Rays asking price. With surgery to Werth will this change?
The Front Office host Tom Veit, aka The GM, spoke to Sports Talk Florida MLB insider Steve Kinsella about a plethora of Rays topics including the recent trade involving Wil Myers.