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The Washington Nationals seemed like the trendy pick to win the World Series in 2013, but it's possible those expectations became too much and the team came up well short. However, that doesn't mean the Nationals won't be a World Series threat in 2014.
They have a quality lineup and a starting rotation that can match up against just about anyone in baseball. The return of a healthy Wilson Ramos for a full season will certainly help, as would a healthy Ryan Zimmerman. Ditto for Bryce Harper, who would do well to play a little less recklessly for the sake of his chances to stay on the field for a full season.
At the end of the day, it all comes down to the starting pitching. Stephen Strasburg struggled at times last year and still hasn't realized his full potential. Gio Gonzalez is one of the best No. 2's in the game, and it's hard to go wrong with Jordan Zimmerman in the middle of the rotation.
The Nationals acquired Doug Fister in the offseason, one the more shrewd moves by any team. Fister will be an upgrade over Dan Haren, who never seemed himself.
The Nationals and Braves are clearly the class of the NL East and both have a decent chance at reaching the playoffs, but it should be a fun pennant chase to follow throughout the season.
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