San Francisco Giants Make Worst Move in Recent History By Re-Signing Tim Lincecum
The San Francisco Giants had plenty go wrong in 2013 after winning the World Series in convincing fashion in 2012. Their rotation was not as solid as it had been in recent memory, with guys like Ryan Vogelsong and Matt [...]
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 [...]
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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 [...]
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 [...]
Will Winter Ball Help Wilson Ramos With The Washington Nationals In 2014?
Washington Nationals starting catcher Wilson Ramos played in only 78 games last year due to two hamstring injuries that set him back a bit. Many in the Nationals’ front office thought the Ramos would return home to Venezeula and take some [...]
Washington Nationals, Mike Rizzo Win Out in Doug Fister Deal
If there is any doubt that Washington Nationals President of Baseball Operations and GM Mike Rizzo is at the top of his game, the Doug Fister deal should silence all critics. The deal has been a week in the making, [...]
Washington Nationals Acquire Doug Fister For Almost Nothing
The Washington Nationals have acquired 6-foot-8 right-hander Doug Fister from the Detroit Tigers for … well … pretty much nothing. The Nationals will send utility man Steve Lombardozzi, lefty reliever Ian Krol and prospect Robbie Ray to Detroit in exchange for two more years of Fister. In 2013, Fister went 14-9 [...]