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The Nats Blog: Washington Nationals Winter Meeting Review.

Will Yoder of The Nats Blog.com wrote to writers from each of the NL East's teams asking them to sum up their respective franchise's actions at the recently concluded Indianapolis Winter Meetings. I contributed a quick capsule of the Washington Nationals' attempts to improve their roster in advance of the 2010 season.

Washington Nationals: Rule 5 Draft/Winter Meetings Wrap.

Washington Nationals: Late Winter Meetings Report.

Winter Meetings Day Four & Rule 5 Draft Open Thread

And please, everyone remember your Rob Neyer here: its the Rule 5 Draft not the Rule V Draft. Fight against needless roman numeralization.   Royals: Looking ahead to 2010 season, Hillman assesses...

Winter Meetings Day Three Open Thread

Guess Jason Kendall's contract: winner gets nothing. Royals: Crisp, Royals both waiting for answers | royals.com: News Royals’ search for a veteran catcher continues - KansasCity.com Crown Gems:...

Washington Nationals: Winter Meetings Day Two - Bruney, Pudge And Smoltz?

Washington Nationals: Winter Meetings Day Two - Bruney, Pudge And Smoltz?

Tuesday's Frosty Mug

Today's topics cover all things Brewers happening at the Winter Meetings.

Winter Meetings Day Two Open Thread

We had plenty of Royals rumors yesterday, but nothing came to fruition. Seemed like mostly recycled stuff to me: random Meche rumors, a half-baked Royals-Bradley-Guillen whisper (too bad everyone k...

Brad Thomas in Korea. 20-3 with 200+ Ks and a 2.89 ERA. He looks good in this video.

Brad Thomas in Korea. 20-3 with 200+ Ks and a 2.89 ERA. He looks good in this video.

Winter Meetings Catch-Up 12/07/09

Catching up on what the Detroit Tigers have been up to during the first day of baseball's Winter Meetings, including re-signing Adam Everett and fielding trade offers for Edwin Jackson.

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