3:23 PM EST, Thu January 29, 2015
CSN Washington 3 hours ago

Jayson Werth to serve jail time for reckless driving charge

Nationals left fielder Jayson Werth will serve five days in jail after pleading guilty to a reckless driving charge on Thursday.
Nats Insider | CSN Washington 1 hour ago

Werth pleads guilty, accepts 5-day jail sentence

Nationals outfielder Jayson Werth pleaded guilty Thursday to reckless driving in a Fairfax County court and agreed to a 5-day jail sentence. Werth, 35, was scheduled to go to trial Tuesday but dropped his appeal of a December conviction in Fairfax County General District Court, in which he was sentenced to 10 days in jail…
KFFL 5 hours ago

Nationals | Jayson Werth to spend time in jail

Washington Nationals OF Jayson Werth will spend five days in jail after pleading guilty to ...
CSN Washington 5 hours ago

Marlins introduce Ichiro in Japan: 'His body says he’s 30 or less'

The Marlins introduced new free agent acquisition Ichiro Suzuki on Wednesday in Tokyo, Japan and said he has plenty left in the tank.

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CSN Washington 3 hours ago

Williams to host Super Bowl party with Mark Wahlberg & Michael Bay

Matt Williams and his wife Erica are teaming up for a good cause with none other than Hollywood actor Mark Wahlberg and director Michael Bay for this weekend's Super Bowl.
CSN Washington 13 hours ago

Nats roster preview: Wilson Ramos

It's an all too-familiar story for Wilson Ramos: If he can simply avoid the DL, he has the potential to be among baseball's best catchers.
CSN Washington 21 hours ago

Phillies adjust front office as Gillick becomes full-time team president

Pat Gillick, one of the most accomplished executives in recent baseball history, will take on a full-time role with the Phillies.
Washington Post 23 hours ago

Nats Journal: Nationals’ spring training hopes in Palm Beach County have another hurdle

The Nationals’ search for a future spring training home has been filled with more roadblocks than victories. But the Nationals’ recent progress in Palm Beach County has brought more optimism than ever. Earlier this month, the Nationals secured another incremental triumph, as the mayor of West Palm Beach, home to the most viable site in Palm Beach County, declared the city was open to negotiating with the county about a needed land swap.Read full article >>

Nationals’ spring training hopes in Palm Beach County have another hurdle

The Nationals’ search for a future spring training home has been filled with more roadblocks than victories. But the Nationals’ recent progress in Palm Beach County has brought more optimism than ever. Earlier this month, the Nationals secured another incremental triumph, as the mayor of West Palm Beach, home to the most viable site in […]
CSN Washington Jan 28, 2015

2015 MLB roster outlook: Houston Astros

The Astros enter 2015 with considerable power in their lineup, but questions in both their starting rotation and bullpen.

2015 outlook: Houston Astros

2014 record: 70-92, 4th place in AL West Manager: A.J. Hinch, 1st season Estimated 2015 payroll: $71 million Key additions: C/OF Evan Gattis, OF Colby Rasmus, SS Jed Lowrie, 3B Luis Valbuena, SP Dan Straily, RP Luke Gregerson Key losses: OF Dexter Fowler, C Carlos Corporan, RP Matt Albers, OF Delino DeShields Projected lineup 2B Jose Altuve 3B Luis Valbuena RF George Springer…
Washington Post Jan 28, 2015

Nats Journal: Nationals sign veteran reliever Casey Janssen

The Nationals have agreed to terms with veteran reliever Casey Janssen on a one-year, $3.5-million deal that includes a mutual option for 2016, a person familiar with the situation said. The deal adds a former closer to a bullpen that lost several key arms this winter. With the departures of Ross Detwiler, Rafael Soriano and Tyler Clippard, the Nationals needed an experienced and versatile reliever.Read full article >>

Nationals sign veteran reliever Casey Janssen

The Nationals have agreed to terms with veteran reliever Casey Janssen on a one-year, $3.5-million deal that includes a mutual option for 2016, a person familiar with the situation said. The deal adds a former closer to a bullpen that lost several key arms this winter. With the departures of Ross Detwiler, Rafael Soriano and Tyler […]
CSN Washington Jan 28, 2015

Nats sign veteran Janssen to bolster bullpen

The Nationals have signed veteran Casey Janssen to take over Tyler Clippard's setup role and provide insurance for closer Drew Storen.

Nats sign Janssen to bolster back of bullpen

Needing to bolster the back end of a bullpen that no longer features Tyler Clippard or Rafael Soriano, the Nationals on Wednesday signed veteran right-hander and former Blue Jays closer Casey Janssen. The contract — a 1-year deal with a mutual option for 2016 that includes $5 million in guaranteed money — hasn’t been made…

DC Sports Bog: Nats will reveal 10th anniversary promotional items with ’10 Days of Teddy’ campaign

The Nats have previously announced their intention to celebrate the franchise’s 10th anniversary in Washington this season, with a commemorative patch that will be worn on uniforms, for example. Next week the team will begin unveiling more of its anniversary plans, which include 13 different 10th anniversary giveaway items.Read full article >>
MASN Sports Jan 28, 2015

Baseball America No. 2 Nats prospect: Trea Turner - Byron Kerr

Shortstop Turner will slot as Nats' second-best prospect when he arrives from Padres

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