The Washington Nationals didn't make the postseason, so their offseason has begun already. Bryce Harper had a fantastic season from a personal standpoint, that's why this may be surprising.
Few managers are successful and popular enough to remain with one franchise for a truly long-term stay.
In searching for Matt Williams’ replacement, Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo intends to place a significant emphasis on candidates with prior experience, particularly in the big leagues.
Two years ago, the Nationals hired a former third baseman with 378 career home runs and five All-Star game appearances under his belt to lead their ball club.
When Jordan Zimmermann made his MLB debut in 2009, it was in a Nationals uniform.