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The Washington Nationals came up short again in their World Series quest, so they made a big offseason splash that gives them the best starting rotation in all of baseball, and it really isn't even close.
To add to their embarrassment of riches, the Nationals opened up the checkbook and handed Max Scherzer a big deal. The rotation now features, in some order, Scherzer, Stephen Strasburg, Jordan Zimmerman, Gio Gonzalez and Doug Fister. Wow.
The Nationals did take an offseason hit, losing first baseman Adam LaRoche to the Chicago White Sox. Since they acquired Yunel Escobar, the Nats will simply shift around infield responsibilities and move Ryan Zimmerman to first base.
Anthony Rendon will move to third base after coming off a fantastic season. The Nationals will hope that outfielder Bryce Harper can stay healthy and that this is finally the year where he busts out in a big way.
To acquire Escobar, the Nats did have to trade away Tyler Clippard, which will definitely weaken the bullpen. They already let Rafael Soriano go in free agency after a disappointing season.
The postseason is always somewhat of a crapshoot, but give the Nationals credit for doing everything in their power to tilt the odds in their favor. They are clearly the heavy favorites in the NL East and have a good shot at their first World Series.
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