Washington Nationals’ Prospects Impress in Arizona Fall League
The depth just keeps on coming for the Washington Nationals, and the Arizona Fall League provided an example of the future pitching excellence that the Nationals currently have. Pitchers Sammy Solis and Matt Purke put together two of the best […]
Handicapping the Washington Nationals’ Fifth Starter Battle After a Full Month of Spring Training
As the Washington Nationals‘ Spring Training officially hits one month, every candidate for the fifth spot in their rotation has appeared in games. Ross Detwiler, who was considered the pre-spring front-runner, has started all three games he has appeared in. […]
Washington Nationals Have Newfound Aggression Under Matt Williams
When Matt Williams was signed to manage the Washington Nationals this past offseason, he spoke of taking a more aggressive approach offensively. As we’ve seen in Spring Training, Williams wasn’t kidding around when discussing that philosophy. In 2013, the Nationals […]
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Why Is Washington Nationals’ Bryce Harper So Massive?
It’s no secret that Washington Nationals star Bryce Harper entered Spring Training bigger than most players on the Washington Redskins. Immediately, people pointed to steroids and banned substances as to why he entered camp so big. In an interview on […]
Washington Nationals: Who Should Be Opening Day Starter?
There are less than 20 days separating the Washington Nationals from Spring Training workouts and their season-opening series against the New York Mets. Needless to say, there are a lot of expectations surrounding the Nationals as they prepare for what […]
Washington Nationals Should Shut Doug Fister Down for Spring Training
On Friday morning, Washington Nationals pitcher Doug Fister was scratched from his second scheduled start due to inflammation in his elbow. Fister will go for an MRI while manager Matt Williams assures that it’s a minor problem. Regardless of the […]
Bryce Harper: Washington Nationals’ OF Wise To Bulk Up For 2014 Season
First and foremost: Bryce Harper is not dumb enough to take PEDs at this stage in his career. Sure, Harper’s reckless style of play might have earned him a reputation as an overall bonehead, but there is no way this […]
Washington Nationals’ Ian Desmond Emerging As Future Silver Slugger Favorite
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: Stephen Strasburg’s First Start A Good Sign For The Future
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 […]