Washington Nationals Should Give Ubaldo Jimenez a Call
On Friday morning, Cleveland Indians pitcher Ubaldo Jimenez opted out of his $8 million club option to test the free agency waters. At 29, Jimenez is a young arm that has a lot of upside, and the Washington Nationals should […]
Washington Nationals Aggression on Basepaths Will Work Against Them
After a solid start with a series sweep, the Washington Nationals were truly tested by the Atlanta Braves in their home opener yesterday. Sure, the MLB season is still in its proverbial embryonic stage, but starting off on the right […]
Washington Nationals: Is Wilson Ramos Injury-Prone Or Just Unlucky?
For the past few seasons, there have been few players with more problems than Washington Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos. The winter of 2011 saw Ramos kidnapped in Venezuela, and after being rescued, he blew out his ACL in the 2012 […]
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Bryce Harper Gets Leg To Face, Concussion Test Minutes Into Opening Day 2014
Bryce Harper has been called an old school player since he entered the big leagues back in 2012. He plays hard and he runs the bases like a madman. That’s not something you can say about all MLB stars. But […]
Washington Nationals Manager Matt Williams Has Difficult Decision for 5th Starter
On Monday, Taylor Jordan threw a significant counter-punch to Tanner Roark on the mound. The pair are locked in a close competition for the Washington Nationals‘ fifth pitcher spot. Now that the two are done for the spring, Matt Williams […]
Washington Nationals: Could Tyler Moore Be Pushed Back To The Minors?
As Spring Training comes to an end, smaller scale roster battles begin to fully reveal themselves. This is no different for the Washington Nationals, who now have two relatively small scale battles going on. One is the battle to round […]
Stephen Strasburg Proves Why He’s Washington Nationals’ Opening Day Starter
Just a day after being named the Opening Day starter for the Washington Nationals, Stephen Strasburg put together a five-inning gem that backs up the decision made by manager Matt Williams. While there are folks in the bloggersphere who thought […]
Ross Detwiler to the Bullpen a Symbol of Early Washington Nationals’ Blunders
For one who has watched the Washington Nationals since they came to D.C. in 2005, it is obscenely easy to say that Washington has come a long way since 2005. That team, led by Frank Robinson, had a hot first […]