Washington Nationals Take Big Risk In Giving Up Key Prospects In Recent Trades
While I reserve that the Washington Nationals have made good moves in their recent trades, the minor league prospects that they gave up matter more to the organization than many people may think. While the Nationals ultimately come out looking [...]
Washington Nationals Rumors: Is Mark Buehrle a Possibility?
The Washington Nationals have had a whirlwind of emotions in the past 24 hours. They lost a game, found out their fifth starter, Ross Detwiler, will miss about another month because of a herniated disc in his back after seeing a [...]
Biggest Name on the Washington Nationals’ Trade-Deadline Radar
While many other teams have plenty of trade rumors swirling about, the Washington Nationals have remained fairly quiet with the exception of speculation from reporters, bloggers and experts. There is, however, one name that always surfaces when the trade deadline [...]
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Washington Nationals Should Have Tried to Keep 2012 Team Together
2012 was magical, and 2013 has been anything but for the Washington Nationals. Is there anything else to say? The Nationals have been the poster child for worst case scenarios in 2013 with every possible “if this guy gets hurt…” [...]
Firing Rick Eckstein Will Not Help Washington Nationals
Yesterday afternoon, the Washington Nationals decided to firing hitting coach Rick Eckstein. While something was needed to help get the bats going, firing your hitting coach won’t change a thing. Much like in the NBA, coaching has very little to [...]
Clayton Kershaw Outstanding, Wins Battle of Aces as Los Angeles Dodgers Sweep Washington Nationals
In a game billed beforehand as a tussle between two ace pitchers, Clayton Kershaw came out on top for the Los Angeles Dodgers against Jordan Zimmerman and the Washington Nationals by a final score of 9-2. Kershaw threw seven innings [...]
Ailing Ross Detwiler Could Force Washington Nationals To Make A Trade
Earlier this afternoon I wrote that the Washington Nationals would be well suited to just stay quiet as the July 31 trade deadline approaches. After the recent reports about starting pitcher Ross Detwiler, the Nationals may be forced to make a [...]
Is Bud Norris Washington Nationals’ Safest Trade Option?
For the Washington Nationals, the trade deadline could be quiet or quite noisy. According to certain media reports, Washington is in on the Matt Garza talks, though their potential acquisition of Garza hinges on the health of Ross Detwiler and the effectiveness of Dan Haren. [...]
Will Washington Nationals’ Mike Rizzo Acquire a Rental?
In 2012, pitching was the key to the Washington Nationals‘ success. In 2013, it’s been just as inconsistent as the offense, and just as much of a reason to why they stand at .500 going into the second half. With [...]
Ian Desmond Hopes To Lead Washington Nationals To Land Of Fulfilled Expectations As First-Half MVP
Exceeding expectations, especially when it comes to the highest levels of professional sports, isn’t easy. To go above and beyond what is expected, however, they first have to be met; and for the Washington Nationals in 2013, the latter has [...]