Though they already acquired Doug Fister and Nate McLouth, the Nationals still have a few items left on their wish list entering the Winter Meetings.
Nats Insider | CSN Washington 2 hours ago
The Nationals have already addressed their need for another starting pitcher, trading for Doug Fister on Monday night. Then they closed out the week by bolstering their bench with the signing of Nate McLouth late Friday afternoon. So, what’s left for Mike Rizzo and Co. to do once they arrive in Orlando on Sunday for…
The All-Star outfielder and the Yankees agreed Friday to a $45 million, three-year contract, two people familiar with the deal said.
Nationals Journal | Washington Post 16 hours ago
The Nationals probably overpaid Nate McLouth, but not by much, and they were smart to do so. McLouth’s deal – which has not yet been finalized and will not be announced tonight – calls for him to make $10.75 million over the next two years and includes a club option for 2016. More than $5 […]