Washington Nationals Should Give Ubaldo Jimenez a Call
On Friday morning, Cleveland Indians pitcher Ubaldo Jimenez opted out of his $8 million club option to test the free agency waters. At 29, Jimenez is a young arm that has a lot of upside, and the Washington Nationals should […]
Washington Nationals Have Newfound Aggression Under Matt Williams
When Matt Williams was signed to manage the Washington Nationals this past offseason, he spoke of taking a more aggressive approach offensively. As we’ve seen in Spring Training, Williams wasn’t kidding around when discussing that philosophy. In 2013, the Nationals […]
Why Is Washington Nationals’ Bryce Harper So Massive?
It’s no secret that Washington Nationals star Bryce Harper entered Spring Training bigger than most players on the Washington Redskins. Immediately, people pointed to steroids and banned substances as to why he entered camp so big. In an interview on […]
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Jordan Zimmermann in Perfect Form for Washington Nationals
We’re only in Spring Training, but Washington Nationals pitcher Jordan Zimmermann is in mid-season form. He’s off to a hot start this spring, and his latest piece of work was an absolute gem. In four innings of work against the […]
Tyler Clippard’s Workload With Washington Nationals Isn’t Worth Worrying About
When the Washington Nationals acquired Tyler Clippard in 2007 from the New York Yankees for Jonathan Albaladejo, they thought they were getting a starter who would make his mark in their rotation for years to come. Little did they know […]
Bryce Harper: Washington Nationals’ OF Wise To Bulk Up For 2014 Season
First and foremost: Bryce Harper is not dumb enough to take PEDs at this stage in his career. Sure, Harper’s reckless style of play might have earned him a reputation as an overall bonehead, but there is no way this […]
Washington Nationals: What Can Be Expected of Jayson Werth in 2014?
The struggles of the 2013 Washington Nationals have been well documented, probably more so than the positives from the 2013 season. One of the major positives was Jayson Werth‘s season, especially since it was an age-34 season for an outfielder […]
Washington Nationals: Stephen Strasburg’s First Start A Good Sign For The Future
While you certainly want to avoid getting caught up in the Spring Training hoopla, there’s no denying the stuff that Washington Nationals pitcher Stephen Strasburg brought to the mound on Tuesday afternoon against the Atlanta Braves. If it was any […]
Washington Nationals: Ross Detwiler’s Spring Debut a Tale of 2 Innings
The Washington Nationals were dealt their first loss of the spring yesterday, falling 4-2 to the New York Yankees. The loss of course is of no real importance, though the game did mark the fifth starter competition officially starting. Ross […]