Former Nationals pitcher Doug Fister has found a new home, as the right-hander has agreed to a one-year deal with the Houston Astros.
The New York Mets' offseason is looking a whole lot better after the retention of outfielder Yoenis Cespedes, who turned down the Nationals - among others - to re-sign for a three-year deal.
Age on Opening Day 2016: 31
How acquired: Drafted in 1st round, 2005
2016 salary: $14 million
Major League Baseball is hoping to bring in the U.S.
In a move to add experienced depth to their pitching staff, the Nationals have signed veteran starter Bronson Arroyo, CSN Mid-Atlantic has confirmed.