Francisco Liriano Wins Much Deserved National League Comeback Player of the Year
To be the favorite to win Comeback Player of the Year is surely a bit bittersweet. Nonetheless, Pittsburgh Pirates lefty Francisco Liriano was declared the winner today of the Sporting News National League Comeback Player of the Year award. Liriano [...]
Jerry Blevins Trade Makes Financial Sense for the Washington Nationals
While the Washington Nationals gave up a top prospect in Billy Burns to get left-hander Jerry Blevins from the Oakland Athletics, it’s a trade that makes more and more sense with each passing deal reached by free agent arms the [...]
Why Are Washington Nationals GM Mike Rizzo and Oakland Athletics GM Billy Beane Such Good Trade Partners?
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Bryce Harper, Mike Trout: Only Players Worth Ten-Year Contracts
The Seattle Mariners, Los Angeles Angels and Cincinnati Reds will perpetually be criticized for doling out ten year contracts worth a total of $705 million to Albert Pujols (31 at time of contract), Robinson Cano (31) and Joey Votto (30), [...]
Washington Nationals Smart To Give Ryan Zimmerman A Chance At First Base
In case you were at Tyson Corner’s Mall Christmas shopping the other day and saw Washington Nationals star third baseman Ryan Zimmerman at Model’s sporting goods looking at first base mitts, not too worry. New manager Matt Williams spoke to him [...]
Should Ross Detwiler Be Front-Runner for Washington Nationals’ Rotation?
After acquiring Doug Fister a couple weeks ago and Jerry Blevins yesterday, combined with their acquisition of Nate McLouth the Washington Nationals have more or less checked off every major point on their list. They finally acquired a left handed [...]
Washington Nationals Are Serious About Trading Tyler Clippard, Drew Storen
The Washington Nationals are reportedly interested in the possible trade of relievers Tyler Clippard and Drew Storen. Sources indicate that Storen is more likely to be traded than Clippard. However, both players are said to be available for offers. “It [...]
Washington Nationals: Steve Lombardozzi Is Majorly Overrated
Any time a team makes a major deal for a big-name player, the first thought that comes to a fan’s mind is, “who did my favorite team give up?” So, when the Washington Nationals acquired Doug Fister from the Detroit [...]
Washington Nationals Must Focus All Attention on Lefty Reliever
After making the major trade to acquire Doug Fister from the Detroit Tigers, the Washington Nationals now find themselves down yet another arm in the bullpen as they sent left-hander Ian Krol to Detroit in the deal. Just a few weeks [...]