Despite their 83-79 record and well-documented failings in 2015, the Nationals' managerial opening remained an attractive one this offseason.
Just days after being introduced by the Nationals as their newest manager, Dusty Baker returned to Cincinnati for the first time since being fired by the Reds in 2013.
Last week when media reports had Bud Black penciled in as the Nationals' new manager, Dusty Baker gave an interview with the San Francisco Chronicle at a book signing in which he lamented losing o
It has been just over 24 hours since Dusty Baker was introduced as the Nationals' new manager and three-and-a-half months remain until pitchers and catchers report for 2016 spring training.
The mere mention of Dusty Baker's name when candidates began surfacing in the Nationals' managerial search brought strong reactions from all around.