Blake Treinen doesn't know what role the Nationals have in mind for him in 2015, but the right-hander is eager for the opportunity.
Nate McLouth suffered through a miserable 2014. The veteran outfielder expects to be healthy in 2015, but he doesn't know how much playing time the Nationals plan to give him.
D.C. stepped up to the plate with a flawless performance Thursday. And this felt like only the first of many big-time sporting events to come here.
The Nationals had a great 2014 season, but there is always room for each player to improve heading into another season.