Author Archives: Andrew Lang

Game #92 It’s a Facebook game as Gio Gonzalez takes the mound!

Gio Gonzalez likes Facebook, but how many people want to watch a baseball game on their device? Well, unless you are at PNC Park or able to project Facebook on your TV — you will have to get creative to watch … Continue reading

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Game #91 Jeremy Hellickson tries to do what Roark and JRod could not do!

Every game is crucial for the Nationals as there is less than 45% of the season remaining, and the Nationals could really use a win tonight and for starter Jeremy Hellickson to go deep into the game. With that said, … Continue reading

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Seth Romero makes his 2018 debut in the Minor Leagues

The collegiate and Spring Training indiscretions by Seth Romero have been discussed before to overkill, and those issues have overshadowed his pitching prowess that he put on display last night in Hagerstown, Maryland’s Municipal Stadium in front of 1,736 fans … Continue reading

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Max Scherzer is the complete ballplayer

With two outs in an inning, you are taught as a baserunner to run on contact. Max Scherzer is a complete baseball player, and he knew about running on contact with two outs. When Wilmer Difo connected in the 14th … Continue reading

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Don’t run on the Nationals catchers! If you do — it’s at your own risk!

The Washington Nationals catchers are blowing away the MLB average for ‘caught stealing’ statistics. As of this morning, MLB catchers have only thrown out 27.96% of attempted base stealers this season. The Nationals catchers have thrown out 44.18% of base … Continue reading

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Happy birthday Gabe Klobosits; P-Nats reliever is learning all the time!

You see the name of this large Texan, Gabe Klobosits, and you know there’s a story behind it. Sure enough, the origins of the Klobosits family name come from Austrian lineage. You know, Austrian like Arnold Schwarzenegger — not Australian … Continue reading

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Routines, confidence, and trust are pillars for top-prospect Carter Kieboom

In the off-season, all of the prospect gurus published their lists of Top Prospects. Baseball America, Keith Law of ESPN and Jonathan Mayo at MLB.com posted their prospect lists, and while the differences vary by each analyst, there is very … Continue reading

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Tripp Keister, manager of the Potomac Nationals, is teaching “The Nationals Way”

When we started our interview with Potomac Nationals manager Tripp Keister, we first talked about the transitions he has seen from top prospect Victor Robles who Keister managed last year to inheriting the Nationals #2 and #3 prospects this year … Continue reading

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Bryce Harper Field will be a standing symbol of youth baseball in Washington, D.C.

Bryce Harper Field was officially dedicated on Saturday morning and will serve as a lasting symbol of youth baseball thanks to DC Parks, the Washington Nationals Dream Foundation, and Bryce and Kayla Harper’s own contributions. The field is situated in … Continue reading

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Game #14 Nats need to find that explosive offense

The past few days it has been Bryce Harper who has been playing in a funk. He struck out three times yesterday chasing off-speed pitches below the zone and in the dirt. Harper is 2-for-his-last-14 and he has not had … Continue reading

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