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 […]
Tyler Clippard’s Workload With Washington Nationals Isn’t Worth Worrying About
When the Washington Nationals acquired Tyler Clippard in 2007 from the New York Yankees for Jonathan Albaladejo, they thought they were getting a starter who would make his mark in their rotation for years to come. Little did they know […]
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Bryce Harper Says He’s PED Free, But New Photo Will Raise Questions
Sup bro? You work out? Those words may have been uttered by Bryce Harper over the last couple of months. In case you missed it, the Washington Nationals outfielder has people across the internet talking because of this photo: It’s […]
Washington Nationals: What Can Be Expected of Jayson Werth in 2014?
The struggles of the 2013 Washington Nationals have been well documented, probably more so than the positives from the 2013 season. One of the major positives was Jayson Werth‘s season, especially since it was an age-34 season for an outfielder […]
Can Stephen Strasburg Reach Next Level For Washington Nationals?
Stephen Strasburg made his 2014 Spring Training debut for the Washington Nationals on Tuesday against an NL East foe, the Atlanta Braves. This year will be the fifth season for Strasburg at the big league level, and he has yet […]
Washington Nationals: Ross Detwiler’s Spring Debut a Tale of 2 Innings
The Washington Nationals were dealt their first loss of the spring yesterday, falling 4-2 to the New York Yankees. The loss of course is of no real importance, though the game did mark the fifth starter competition officially starting. Ross […]
Washington Nationals: Could Doug Fister Win the NL Cy Young in 2014?
When the Washington Nationals acquired Doug Fister from the Detroit Tigers for basically nothing, many people were baffled as to how the Nationals could have acquired such a solid pitcher for such a small loss on their own roster. Throw […]
Washington Nationals’ Danny Espinosa Already Making Strides at the Plate
One of the more compelling competitions to watch this spring for the Washington Nationals will easily be the second base competition between Anthony Rendon and Danny Espinosa. Espinosa came up in 2010 and opened eyes, showing power and some stellar […]
Expect Nothing Less Than NLCS From Washington Nationals in 2014
On Wednesday afternoon, Bovada released its initial odds for teams to win the World Series and their respective pennants. For the Washington Nationals, the website predicted them to finished with 86 wins, and they are a 12-1 favorite to win […]