Washington Nationals: What Could an Ian Desmond Contract Extension Cost?
Not too long ago, it was not out of the realm of possibility that the Washington Nationals could be in the market for an everyday shortstop. They had this kid Ian Desmond come up and play like someone who was […]
Future of Washington Nationals’ Pitching in Good Hands With A.J. Cole
In just a few years time, the Washington Nationals’ pitching staff will look very different. Mike Rizzo will be working to negotiate contracts with many star players, several on the starting pitching rotation. While stars will be lost, A.J. Cole […]
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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’ Top Prospects Not Disappointing in Spring Training
The Washington Nationals brought with them numerous prospects to Viera, Florida for Spring Training. Of them, pitcher A.J. Cole, infielder Matt Skole and outfielder Brian Goodwin are the most notable. Now that all three have had fairly significant playing times, […]
Signing Mike Gonzalez Says A Lot About Washington Nationals’ Pitching Situation
On Tuesday morning, the Washington Nationals signed left-handed reliever Mike Gonzalez to a minor league contract with a Spring Training invite. While it may not seem like that big of a signing, it does shed some light on the Nationals’ […]
Zach Walters’ Hot Bat Will Land Him on the Washington Nationals Come Opening Day
The Washington Nationals may have their starters figured out in the field, but there are several spots on the bench up for grabs. With the hot bat that infielder Zach Walters is been swinging, he’s looking like a front-runner for […]
Doug Fister Solid but Not Great in Washington Nationals’ Debut
The much anticipated Spring Training debut of Doug Fister with the Washington Nationals went by with a bit of an average feel. Fister did strike out a couple of guys but he also gave up a run on two hits. […]
Washington Nationals: What To Take From Friday’s Spring Opener
This spring, storylines for the Washington Nationals will most likely be pretty scarce, as there are very few jobs that need to be won, and most of the Nationals’ roster is set. However, it is always fun to watch spring […]
Washington Nationals: What Does Taylor Jordan’s Spring Start Mean?
The Washington Nationals first spring game is now merely days away, and as they prepare to face the New York Mets Friday, their lineup and pitching lineup is set. Taylor Jordan will lead off a day that will also see […]