Lack of Depth, Wilson Ramos Injuries Should Concern Washington Nationals
Other than figuring out contract extensions with Ian Desmond (yes!) and Jordan Zimmermann (maybe not…), the Washington Nationals still have an area or two that need examining. The position behind home plate is one of those areas. Currently, the Nationals […]
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 […]
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 […]
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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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 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: 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 […]
Washington Nationals 2014 Spring Training Profile: Matt Skole
Spring Training is right around the corner and this year should be exciting for the Washington Nationals. They are bringing numerous talented young prospects with them and infielder Matt Skole is definitely a part of that group. Skole was drafted […]