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Nats Release Jamey Carroll, Chris Young

The Washington Nationals have released veteran infielder Jamey Carroll, Mark Zuckerman of CSNWashington.com tweets. They have also released pitcher Chris Young, tweets MASNsports.com’s Dan Kolko. Carroll, 40, collected 249 plate apppearances with the Twins and Royals last season, hitting

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Nats Release Left-Hander Gonzalez

Michael Gonzalez didn't make the cut for the Nationals.

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Nationals Give Strasburg Opening Day Start For Third Year

For the third straight season the Nationals have turned to Stephen Strasburg as their Opening Day starter, choosing him over Gio Gonzalez and Jordan Zimmermann

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Jays staying put while the Nats and Astros like Lake Worth

The game of musical training sites just seems to be getting more and more interesting.  It seems that the Toronto Blue Jays  have informed Palm Beach County leaders that they’re no longer interested in relocating their spring training camp to

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Nationals Sign Mike Gonzalez To Minor League Deal

The Nationals announced that they have signed lefty Mike Gonzalez to a minor league deal with an invitation

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Jose Lobaton “Making Himself At Home” In DC

It looks like Loby made it to the nation's capitol okay as he's in a store stocking up on ice cream

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Nationals, Josh Roenicke Agree To Terms

The Nationals announced that they have agreed to a minor league contract and an invitation

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Tampa Bay Rays Trade Jose Lobaton To Washington Nationals

Jose Lobaton along with two minor leaguers has reportedly been traded to the Washington Nationals in exchange for right handed minor league starting pitcher Nate Karns.

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Rays Acquire Nate Karns For Jose Lobaton

Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times twets that the Rays have traded catcher

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Nationals, Tyler Clippard Avoid Arbitration

Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com reports that the Nationals and reliever Tyler Clippard have avoided the process by agreeing to a one-year, $5.875 million deal.