07:10 AM ET 06.27 | With baseball's trade deadline looming, Nationals GM Mike Rizzo mapped out the club's plans over the near term. "We'd like to get a big, left-handed bat. His name is Harper," Rizzo said. "He's on the horizon. We'd like to get a right-handed hitting catcher named Ramos. He's on the horizon." That's a pretty good line, but Rizzo had a deeper point. He wants to gauge how the Nationals' perform as a full, healthy unit before he pulls the trigger on any trades. The Nationals could use a starting pitcher for extra depth (and a possible replacement for Dan Haren), along with a right-handed bat good enough to start occasionally. But before the Nationals do anything, Rizzo wants to evaluate the Nationals at full strength, with Bryce Harper and Wilson Ramos.