Miguel Cabrera’s Injury Demands Surgery, Is be Best Option for Future
It’s been a tough couple of days for the Detroit Tigers. After losing to the Boston Red Sox in the ALCS on Saturday night, the Tigers’ season ended just short of a World Series title for the third straight season. […]
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 […]
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Washington Nationals Rumors: Is Rafael Soriano Gone By the Trade Deadline?
It was quite a shock when the Washington Nationals signed Rafael Soriano before the 2012 season. They had two closers on their roster in Drew Storen and Tyler Clippard, and Soriano was known for being a prickly teammate who mostly […]
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 […]
Will Doug Fister Be Around Long Term for Washington Nationals?
Over the past few seasons, the Washington Nationals have had a small problem in their rotation when it came to the back end of it. GM Mike Rizzo tried his hand at signing veteran, innings-eating pitchers to fill the fourth […]
Washington Nationals Signing Koyie Hill Means Very Little in Grand Scheme
On Wednesday morning, the Washington Nationals‘ Twitter account tweeted that the team signed veteran catcher Koyie Hill to a minor league contract with an invitation to Spring Training. The move isn’t that surprising as they have been on the lookout […]
Washington Nationals: Stephen Strasburg Poised For A Breakout Year
After having surgery to take bone chips out of his elbow this winter, Washington Nationals ace Stephen Strasburg has officially been labeled as injury-prone by most. Many also tagged 2013 as a down year for Strasburg, which is pretty much […]