Washington Nationals’ Ian Desmond Emerging As Future Silver Slugger Favorite

Ian Desmond Silver Slugger

Two-time defending Silver Slugger Award winner Ian Desmond is off to a strong start in Spring Training for the Washington Nationals. If his beginning to Spring Training is any indication for the regular season, then he’ll be the favorite to […]

Washington Nationals’ Top Prospects Not Disappointing in Spring Training

Brian Goodwin Spring Training

The Washington Nationals brought with them numerous prospects to Viera, Florida for Spring Training. Of them, pitcher A.J. Cole, infielder Matt Skole and outfielder Brian Goodwin are the most notable. Now that all three have had fairly significant playing times, […]

Washington Nationals: Stephen Strasburg’s First Start A Good Sign For The Future

Stephen Strasburg Spring Training

While you certainly want to avoid getting caught up in the Spring Training hoopla, there’s no denying the stuff that Washington Nationals pitcher Stephen Strasburg brought to the mound on Tuesday afternoon against the Atlanta Braves. If it was any […]

Signing Mike Gonzalez Says A Lot About Washington Nationals’ Pitching Situation

Mike Gonzalez Spring Training

On Tuesday morning, the Washington Nationals signed left-handed reliever Mike Gonzalez to a minor league contract with a Spring Training invite. While it may not seem like that big of a signing, it does shed some light on the Nationals’ […]

Zach Walters’ Hot Bat Will Land Him on the Washington Nationals Come Opening Day

Zach Walters Spring Training

The Washington Nationals may have their starters figured out in the field, but there are several spots on the bench up for grabs. With the hot bat that infielder Zach Walters is been swinging, he’s looking like a front-runner for […]

Ross Detwiler Will Be A Pleasant Surprise for Washington Nationals

Ross Detwiler Spring Training

While his box score wasn’t that great, Ross Detwiler’s first Spring Training outing for the Washington Nationals showed why he will be a pleasant surprise this year in the fifth starter spot. Detwiler went 1.1 innings and gave up four […]

Expect Nothing Less Than NLCS From Washington Nationals in 2014

Washington Nationals' Season Preview

On Wednesday afternoon, Bovada released its initial odds for teams to win the World Series and their respective pennants. For the Washington Nationals, the website predicted them to finished with 86 wins, and they are a 12-1 favorite to win […]

Matt Williams Will Take Washington Nationals Further Than Davey Johnson Could

Matt Williams Spring Training

Since the Washington Nationals to D.C. from Montreal in 2005, they’ve had five managers, including Matt Williams, and just one of them, Davey Johnson, had a record above .500. While Johnson certainly did great things with this team, expect Williams […]

Predicting the Washington Nationals’ 2014 Starting Rotation

Atlanta Braves v Washington Nationals

Ryan Mattheus’ Injury Will Cost Him Spot in Washington Nationals’ Bullpen

Ryan Mattheus Spring Training Injury

Over the weekend, reports surfaced out of Spring Training that Washington Nationals right-handed reliever Ryan Mattheus would be shutdown due to chest discomfort. While the results of a Monday MRI were not made public, don’t expect to see Mattheus for […]

Washington Nationals’ Stephen Strasburg Will Be Cy Young Contender in 2014

Stephen Strasburg Cy Young

In 2013, it was a sub-.500 record that unfairly dubbed Stephen Strasburg the Washington Nationals’ second best starting pitcher to Jordan Zimmermann. In 2014, expect him to become a front-runner to win the NL Cy Young Award. If you had […]

Washington Nationals: Mike Trout Rumors Means Big Payday For Bryce Harper

Bryce Harper Contract

On Sunday morning, reports began to surface that the Los Angeles Angels entered discussions with outfielder Mike Trout on a contract extension worth $152 million over six years. In D.C, there’s another young outfielder who will soon be needing a […]