Kevin Frandsen A Strategic Signing By Washington Nationals
Well, it doesn’t mean too much, but it means something. On Wednesday morning, the Washington Nationals signed former Philadelphia Phillies infielder Kevin Frandsen to a one-year deal worth up to $1.6 million. While this does seem like a very small […]
Tanner Roark Makes Strong Case for Washington Nationals’ Fifth Starter Spot
On Sunday afternoon in his first start since being named a finalist for the Washington Nationals‘ fifth starter spot, Tanner Roark made quite a case in his start against the New York Mets. In 5.2 innings of work, Roark give […]
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Washington Nationals: Is Doug Fister’s Elbow Issue Worth Worrying About?
One of the Washington Nationals‘ key offseason acquisitions is facing a small setback during the spring. Doug Fister has been suffering from some elbow inflammation, and it has caused him to miss a few weeks worth of work, thus endangering […]
Washington Nationals’ Pitching Staff Changes Make Sense, Open Options
According to Pete Kerzel of MASN, the Washington Nationals will send Ross Detwiler to the bullpen for the 2014 season and start either Taylor Jordan or Tanner Roark in the fifth spot. Kerzel reported the news as told to him […]
Battle of Cy Young Candidates Showcased in Washington Nationals Victory Over Miami Marlins
One just had to look at Saturday’s Spring Training pitching matchups in order to feel those opening day chills. The afternoon tilt between the Washington Nationals and Miami Marlins showcased the battle of two future perennial Cy Young Award nominees. […]
Washington Nationals’ Adam LaRoche Should Be Feeling Heat at First Base
His name is Brock Peterson. The first baseman has been quietly making a name for himself at Spring Training for the Washington Nationals – so much so that current first baseman Adam LaRoche should be feeling some heat. The 30-year-old Peterson was originally […]