Author Archives: Andrew Lang

We have baseball today! Top #Nats prospects in Arizona Fall League championship game!

It was just 37 days ago that Washington Nationals top-prospect Victor Robles was playing against the Chicago Cubs in the post-season, and today Robles is leading-off in the Arizona Fall League championship game at 3pm EDT on MLB Network. Two … Continue reading

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Analysis: Scherzer vs. Zobrist; The at-bat that changed Game #5

The smallest details lead to impactful results. Max Scherzer entered the NLDS elimination game #5 finale as a relief pitcher in the 5th innings with a Nats 4-to-3 lead and would face the meat of the Cubs order: Kris Bryant, … Continue reading

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Will Metro and the Nats playoff schedule collide again #NatsRide

For a week before last year’s NLDS, we were inundated by the media’s coverage about the disaster that would ensue if the Nationals had a late night game with an early Metro service closing. Last year, Metro was on early … Continue reading

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Little Big Leaguer returns back to Williamsport as part of his historic week

At the age of 12, the 4’11” 89 pound shortstop¬†Max Moroff was part of the Maitland, Florida team competing in the Little League World Series and dreaming of being a big leaguer one day.¬†And 12 years later Moroff fulfilled that … Continue reading

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Observations of Jayson Werth and Trea Turner from their rehab assignment

When players head to rehab assignments, they are not always familiar with the stadiums, their new teammates, and the way things are done. Jayson Werth had been to the Pfitzner Stadium before to rehab with the Potomac Nationals. They love … Continue reading

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The PNats have location, location, location

A real estate agent learns quickly about the key to location, location location. The Potomac Nationals would make Mister Rogers proud with his “It’s a beautiful day in this neighborhood” as the PNats were conceived from the original 1978 Alexandria … Continue reading

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A slippery slope on-base changes the course of Bryce Harper’s season

Before Bryce Harper‘s unfortunate slip and fall in the 1st inning of Saturday’s 3 hour 1 minute rain delayed game that actually got underway at 10:06 pm while rain was falling, he had aspirations for another great full-season leading his … Continue reading

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Carter Kieboom was touched by a baseball card!

On May 11th, Carter Kieboom’s future was looking up as a top prospect for the Washington Nationals Single-A affiliate Hagerstown Suns. Kieboom was exceeding expectations with the bat and glove and showing off some surprising power and a big .984 … Continue reading

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Seth Romero is the #Nats 1st round pick; Prospects galore in Hagerstown podcast!

The first year MLB amateur draft began last night, and the Washington Nationals had the 25th pick in the 1st round. That spot in the draft will forever be known as the “Mike Trout” spot, and over the years has … Continue reading

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New venue hosts Pups In The Park pre-game event at DC’s largest dog park behind #Nats Park

The Washington Nationals have 6 of their Pups In The Park events this season, and today is the second of the six events. Head down to Nats Park early with your dog(s) today at 3 pm, and enjoy a great … Continue reading

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