Is Matt Williams the Front-Runner For Washington Nationals’ Manager Job?
Earlier today, ESPN’s Buster Olney tweeted quite the Tweet concerning the Washington Nationals’ search for Davey Johnson’s replacement at manager. Just one opinion: An evaluator with knowledge of the Nationals’ managerial search says he’d be shocked if Matt Williams doesn’t […]
Ryan Mattheus’ Injury Will Cost Him Spot in Washington Nationals’ Bullpen
Over the weekend, reports surfaced out of Spring Training that Washington Nationals right-handed reliever Ryan Mattheus would be shutdown due to chest discomfort. While the results of a Monday MRI were not made public, don’t expect to see Mattheus for […]
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Who Are The Young Pitchers To Watch For Washington Nationals This Spring?
The Washington Nationals‘ first Spring Training game is this Friday against the New York Mets, and it will be the first time the Nationals pitchers will see live hitters in a different uniform. Early on, there will be less of […]
Washington Nationals: Mike Trout Rumors Means Big Payday For Bryce Harper
On Sunday morning, reports began to surface that the Los Angeles Angels entered discussions with outfielder Mike Trout on a contract extension worth $152 million over six years. In D.C, there’s another young outfielder who will soon be needing a […]
Bryce Harper Hitting Fifth Makes Sense For Washington Nationals
The Washington Nationals have their first full team workout today. Following pitchers and catchers reporting, position players have also trickled into camp, and now everyone else has arrived. Of course, the most interesting name showing up is Bryce Harper after […]
Washington Nationals 2014 Spring Training Profile: Doug Fister
Spring Training is a great opportunity for teams to evaluate new talent. For the Washington Nationals, the spring they’ll get to evaluate one of their newest talented pitchers in Doug Fister. Originally a seventh round draft pick of the Seattle […]
Arizona Diamondbacks and Washington Nationals Will Win NL Wild Cards
Last season in the National League, the Central Division dominated by having three teams make the playoffs. With wild cards from a season ago — the Pittsburgh Pirates and Cincinnati Reds – getting worse, don’t expect the same result in 2014. In fact, […]
Washington Nationals RP Rafael Soriano’s Weight Loss Is A Good Thing
Rafael Soriano had a solid season in 2013 with the Washington Nationals, though it was not without its blemishes as Soriano saved 43 games in 49 chances. Soriano, 34, was pulled from certain situations, mostly ones in which he was […]
Washington Nationals Rumors: Jose Lobaton Deal Makes Perfect Sense, But Isn’t a Must
Spring Training for Washington Nationals‘ pitchers and catchers opens today, and the team does not have many holes left to fill. The most compelling competitions this spring will most likely be for the fifth starter spot, the last couple spots […]