Sep 27, 2013, 12:07 PM EDT
With their entire starting lineup under contract for next season, the Nationals are unlikely to do any major overhauls to their roster this winter. They do, however, have several areas that need improvement and will surely make at least some changes.
On Thursday’s Baseball Show, Mark, Jim Duquette and Rob Carlin looked ahead to this offseason to see where exactly the Nats may improve. They discussed which players will likely be gone and how the Nationals can fill those spots, as well as the Nats’ upcoming managerial search.
There will be months and months of signings, trades and rumors as the Nats try and return better in 2014, but here is an early look at the road ahead:
COUNTDOWN TO OPENING DAY
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