Coming off a historically great season that saw the Nationals dominate their division and usher manager Davey Johnson off into retirement with a World Series ring... oh, no, wait, that's what was
to happen in 2013. Despite an impressive core of young and veteran players that seemed to be a dynasty in the making, last season didn't go according to script. Injuries and bad luck held back a number of key players, including two pillars of the franchise in Stephen Strasburg and Bryce Harper, and while the club's eventual record wasn't bad (86-76), it fell far short of expectations and was not good enough to qualify for the postseason.
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