Washington Nationals Rumors: Jeff Samardzija Is a Fallback Option
As the GM Meetings come to a close today, there has been a lot of conversation regarding what the Washington Nationals will do with their rotation, bench and other specific backup roles. As we know, the Nationals are rumored to […]
Washington Nationals 2014 Spring Training Profile: Brian Goodwin
As the Washington Nationals head down to Spring Training in Viera, Fla., they bring with them a slew of talented young prospects waiting to make a splash. Expect outfielder Brian Goodwin to create some buzz. A first-round draft pick the […]
MLB Starting Pitchers: High Return and High Risk
In a recent article, I wrote about the high return but high risk of NFL quarterbacks. This got me thinking about MLB pitchers, especially with injuries to young phenoms like New York Mets pitcher Matt Harvey and Washington Nationals pitcher […]
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Washington Nationals: Where is Ross Detwiler Best Utilized?
Since the Washington Nationals drafted Ross Detwiler sixth overall in 2007, expectations have been high for the left-hander. He was brought up the same year he was drafted after pitching to a solid, though unspectacular 3.51 ERA in two levels […]
Washington Nationals: Who’s On Second?
Spring Training is right around the corner for the Washington Nationals, as only four days separate them from pitchers and catchers reporting to Viera to begin one of the most compelling seasons in the franchise’s history. There will be a […]
Washington Nationals Boost Bullpen With Addition of Luis Ayala
Welcome home, Luis Ayala. On Friday, the Washington Nationals reportedly signed a minor league deal with former National and Expo Luis Ayala with an invite to Spring Training (according to CBSSports.com). In his contract, there is a clause that will give […]
Washington Nationals: What Freddie Freeman’s Contract Means for Bryce Harper
It is pretty safe to say that, for years to come, the Atlanta Braves and Washington Nationals will be duking it out for the NL East, going blow for blow every year in what has become a top-heavy division. The […]
Is NL East Washington Nationals’ to Lose?
This winter, the Washington Nationals have essentially done everything they had not done the winter previous by addressing every major need they had after the 2012 season. This was probably because of their 98 wins in 2012 which easily led […]