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  1. Process was a mess, but Baker’s hiring isn’t a mistake

    Nov 3, 2015, 11:58 AM EST


    Had the Nationals simply hired Dusty Baker all along, had they picked him over Bud Black last week and agreed to contract terms, few eyebrows would have been raised. It would have been viewed both here in town and throughout the baseball world as a solid choice, a proven and successful manager taking the reins…

  2. Nats rank 6th in MLB with $163 million payroll

    Apr 8, 2015, 6:00 AM EST

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    The Nationals opened the 2015 season with a club-record $163 million payroll, sixth-highest in Major League Baseball. The Associated Press, in its annual calculations of Opening Day salaries, pegged the Nationals’ exact payroll at $163,264,559. That figure includes the salaries and prorated bonuses given to everyone on the 25-man roster and major-league disabled list. The…

  3. For Scherzer, choosing Nats was about ‘winning’

    Jan 21, 2015, 7:45 PM EST

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    One could look at the Nationals’ signing of Max Scherzer and say the 2013 Cy Young-winner had 210 million reasons to choose the Nats over the other teams who had shown interest this offseason. For Scherzer himself, however, he says it’s not entirely about the money he will earn over the next 14 years. The…

  4. How the ‘unreal’ Scherzer deal came together

    Jan 21, 2015, 5:23 PM EST

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    If the Nationals signing top free agent Max Scherzer to a free agent contract – along with the final contract numbers – came as a surprise, well, you weren’t alone. A common theme at Wednesday’s introductory press conference at Nationals Park was the element of surprise: how the Nats were able to sign a player…

  5. Nats’ owner Ted Lerner part of DC Sports Hall of Fame 2014 class

    Apr 15, 2014, 1:00 PM EST

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    On April 27 at Nationals Park before the Nats play the Padres, seven new members of the Washington, DC Sports Hall of Fame will be enshrined. The inductees will receive a commemorative plaque, and their names will be added to the Hall of Fame display right outside the stadium. Here is the 2014 class: Lefty…





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