Washington Nationals Should Not Tender Ross Ohlendorf
By midnight on Monday night, the Washington Nationals will need to decide on whether or not to tender contracts offers to eight arbitration-eligible players: Jordan Zimmermann, Ian Desmond, Tyler Clippard, Drew Storen, Stephen Strasburg, Ross Detwiler, Wilson Ramos and Ross Ohlendorf. […]
Matt Williams Will Take Washington Nationals Further Than Davey Johnson Could
Since the Washington Nationals to D.C. from Montreal in 2005, they’ve had five managers, including Matt Williams, and just one of them, Davey Johnson, had a record above .500. While Johnson certainly did great things with this team, expect Williams […]
Washington Nationals: Is Ryan Zimmerman’s Contract Already a Mistake?
Back in 2012, the Washington Nationals were able to lock up the face of their franchise in Ryan Zimmerman to a six-year, $100 million contract extension. Zimmerman was due to hit the open market following the 2013 season and could […]
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Washington Nationals’ Stephen Strasburg Will Be Cy Young Contender in 2014
In 2013, it was a sub-.500 record that unfairly dubbed Stephen Strasburg the Washington Nationals’ second best starting pitcher to Jordan Zimmermann. In 2014, expect him to become a front-runner to win the NL Cy Young Award. If you had […]
Washington Nationals: Who Should Fans Be Watching During Spring Training?
Spring Training for the Washington Nationals is entering its second full week of workouts, with their first Grapefruit League game coming this Friday against the New York Mets in Port St. Lucie. Just let that sink in for a moment, Nationals fans […]
Washington Nationals: Is Ross Ohlendorf This Year’s Zach Duke?
Last season, the Washington Nationals‘ expectations going into the season were pretty high, and there was little doubt that things would occur the way they did. One problem that was pretty obvious, however, was that there was no real pitching […]
Matt Williams Impressing Early in Washington Nationals Spring Training
The Washington Nationals have opened Spring Training as pitchers and catchers have reported, as well as a large amount of position players. The first few days of Spring Training are usually pretty dry news-wise as pitchers arrive by mandate, though […]
Washington Nationals 2014 Spring Training Profile: Stephen Strasburg
This season, Washington Nationals pitcher Stephen Strasburg will be entering his third full year since undergoing Tommy Johns Surgery in 2010. He’s been steady and true for Washington ever since his procedure, and I wouldn’t expect anything different this year. […]
Washington Nationals 2014 Spring Training Profile: Bryce Harper
This Spring Training should be an interesting one for Bryce Harper and the Washington Nationals. While he packs a punch with his star power, everyone will be focusing on his left knee. Harper will be entering his third season in […]
Washington Nationals: Mike Rizzo Makes Great Trade for Jose Lobaton
On Thursday morning, reports surfaced out of Tampa and Washington that the Washington Nationals and Tampa Bay Rays have come to an agreement on a trade that will send pitcher Nate Karns to Tampa in exchange for catcher Jose Lobaton […]