Reviewing the Washington Nationals’ 2013 Offseason Acquisitions: Rafael Soriano
We’ve already taken a closer look at Denard Span and Dan Haren, who panned out in entirely different ways. Now, let’s take a closer look at how the Rafael Soriano signing worked out for the Washington Nationals in 2013. At […]
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: Gio Gonzalez
The Washington Nationals’ pitching staff is an interesting mix of characters. You’ve got the all-business types like Stephen Strasburg and Jordan Zimmermann, but then you’ve got the goofy and hilarious type like Gio Gonzalez. Gonzalez will be entering his third […]
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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 […]
Can Christian Garcia Crack Washington Nationals’ Roster?
The 2012 Washington Nationals had a lot of surprise returns on their players, especially Minor League call-ups. One of those call-ups was Christian Garcia, a failed New York Yankees prospect who had suffered through three elbow surgeries. The Nationals signed […]
Washington Nationals 2014 Spring Training Profile: Taylor Jordan
The Washington Nationals will be bringing a couple of positional battles to Spring Training. One of those battles will be for the fifth pitching spot and Taylor Jordan will be in the mix for that position. Jordan was drafted by […]
Washington Nationals 2014 Spring Training Profile: Anthony Rendon
As the Washington Nationals head south to sunny Florida for Spring Training, they take with them a handful of interesting positional battles. Anthony Rendon is at the heart of one of the most intriguing battles at second base. Rendon was […]
Taylor Jordan’s Injury Ends Washington Nationals’ Pitching Battle
On Tuesday afternoon, Bill Ladson of MLB.com broke some interesting news that greatly affects the Washington Nationals’ battle for the fifth pitching spot. One of the three candidates for that spot, Taylor Jordan, broke his ankle over the offseason. Jordan […]
Tyler Clippard Will Be Well Worth the Money for Washington Nationals
On Monday afternoon, the Washington Nationals and Tyler Clippard agreed to a one-year deal worth $5.875 million to avoid arbitration. While that was more than the $5.4 million mid-point, Clippard will be well worth his salary in 2014. While the […]
Washington Nationals Rumors: Is A.J. Burnett Really Worth The Risk?
For the past few months following the Doug Fister acquisition, fans and writers alike have seen the Washington Nationals‘ rotation as pretty much set. However, that may change within the next week or so, as the team may have interest […]