Washington Nationals Were Losers In 2010 Trade
It’s always interesting to look back and see how trades and signings that happened years ago panned out for ball clubs. The most recent trade between the Washington Nationals and the Oakland Athletics that sent Corey Brown to the A’s for [...]
Washington Nationals Won’t Miss Chris Marrero
As reported yesterday by Mark Zuckerman of CSN Washington, the Baltimore Orioles have signed Washington Nationals first-base prospect Chris Marrero. For the Nationals, that’s one player that they shouldn’t be sad to see go. When the Nationals selected Marrero in [...]
Why Are Washington Nationals GM Mike Rizzo and Oakland Athletics GM Billy Beane Such Good Trade Partners?
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Washington Nationals: Matt Williams is Ready to Be a Manager
Washington Nationals manager Matt Williams gets it. It is so obvious, in fact, that Williams almost sounds like he has been managing for years. It’s pretty safe to say he was probably managing in his head when he was coaching [...]
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’ Strong Bench Will Be Key To Winning
The Washington Nationals‘ new manager Matt Williams along with his boss, President of Baseball Operations GM Mike Rizzo, have a plan. They are building a team that has a strong bench so that the team’s everyday stars will get days [...]
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 [...]
Matt Williams’ Player Rest Strategy Could Do Wonders for Washington Nationals
For the most part, the Washington Nationals have been relatively quiet through the early parts of the Winter Meetings. Of course, rumors have been flying regarding players the Nationals could sign and players they could trade. The chances are incredibly [...]
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 Overpay for Nate McLouth, But Still Make a Solid Move
After acquiring a starter earlier this week, the Washington Nationals checked another item off of their winter wishlist as they signed outfielder Nate McLouth to a two-year, $10.75 million deal with an option for a third year. McLouth was quite [...]