Tres Barrera Enjoys His First Big League Camp
The 24-year-old catcher said Nationals pitchers Max Scherzer and Stephen Strasburg have been "very welcoming" to the non-roster invitee.
Victor Robles Aims For Full-Time Role
A September callup in each of the past two seasons, Robles could break camp with the Nationals and make an immediate impact in 2019.
Tanner Rainey Excited For His New Opportunity
Traded to the Nationals this offseason in exchange for righthander Tanner Roark, Rainey has an electric arm and could contribute at the major league level in 2019.
James Bourque Adapts To Life In Bullpen
Following two years as a starter at low Class A, Bourque reaches Double-A after a move to the bullpen and is rewarded with a 40-man roster spot.
Ben Braymer Adapts To Life In Bullpen
After working as a starter in college and initially in pro ball, Braymer has learned to port his rotation routine to his current bullpen role.
Tim Cate Learns New Ways To Attack Hitters
Cate used a big curveball to set the UConn strikeout record. Now the 2018 second-rounder must unlearn what he has learned.
Austen Williams Feels At Home In The Pen
Converted to the bullpen full time this season, Williams showed better command of a sharp two-pitch arsenal.
Luis Garcia Shows Precocious Feel For Hitting
The 18-year-old shortstop got to play in a big league ballpark at the Futures Game. His time as a for-real big leaguer will come.
Nationals Ready To Leave Potomac
The Washington Nationals will move to Fredericksburg, Va.
Teenager Juan Soto Shows Uncommon Maturity
Unlike many young power hitters, Soto is not content to settle for strikeouts as a trade-off for extra-base hits.