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Nationals Discouraged On Dunn, Hudson, Wolf

According to Bill Ladson of MLB.com, the Nationals will not sign any major free agents this offseason.

The Nats have fallen short on offers to Mark Teixeira and Milton Bradley, and aren't intrigued enough by Adam Dunn or Orlando Hudson.  Ladson claims the organization will instead focus on their minor league system and look to trade for some young players.

Chico Harlan of the Washington Post says the Nationals are not out on Dunn, Hudson, and Randy Wolf, but they are discouraged about their chances given the players' demands.  Harlan shoots down the idea of the Nats pursuing Derek LoweIn another post, Harlan says the Nationals have not had any formal talks with Tom Glavine's agent.


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