Washington Nationals Still Learning From St. Louis Cardinals
How the uber-hyped Bryce Harper responded after being benched for not running out a groundball Saturday had to be a footnote to the larger story facing Washington Nationals manager Matt Williams. The same goes for the equally-hyped Stephen Strasburg, whose […]
St. Louis Cardinals vs. Washington Nationals Possible NLCS Preview?
Game 1 of this three-game regular season series between the St. Louis Cardinals and Washington Nationals belonged to the home team. The Nationals, behind their best starting pitcher so far this season, Gio Gonzalez, beat the defending NLCS champion Cardinals, […]
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Washington Nationals Look Like Geniuses in Jayson Werth Deal
Even before he donned their uniform, the Washington Nationals were widely criticized for their acquisition of Jayson Werth. Why would a team of such low caliber like Washington give $126 million over seven years to a 31-year-old outfielder with a […]
Washington Nationals’ Struggles Against Atlanta Braves are Meaningless
One of the hardest things to do during a baseball season is keep a level head. Teams play 162 games stretched over six months, playing weeks on end with twists and turns galore. So when the Washington Nationals lose five […]
Stephen Strasburg Content with Going Straight After Batters
The Washington Nationals have high hopes for the 2014 Major League Baseball season, but the only way they are going to be successful is if ace Stephen Strasburg pitches lights out. Unfortunately, that was not the case in his first […]
Washington Nationals: Ryan Zimmerman’s Shoulder Will Force Move to First
When asking who the face of the Washington Nationals franchise is, it’s pretty hard to argue against it being Ryan Zimmerman. Being the team’s first ever draft pick, Zimmerman has seen the Nationals grow from a Major League punchline to […]