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Bryce Harper wins the off-season glove game with his custom Rawlings leather!

Every off-season, fans of Bryce Harper have begun to enjoy the unveiling of his new swag for the coming season. Some get giddy waiting for sneak peaks of his new Rawlings gloves, his Under Armour spikes, his Chandler and Victus … Continue reading

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Official: Howie Kendrick has passed his physical; Added to #Nats roster

It is official! Howie Kendrick has been added to the Washington Nationals roster on a new 2-year free agent signing. Kendrick was part of the 2017 Washington Nationals team  after the Nationals acquired him in a trade with the Philadelphia Phillies on … Continue reading

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Mike Rizzo’s actions speak louder than his words!

The photo above was taken of Mike Rizzo at the Nats WinterFest. Rizzo had just said, “We like the team we have.” Many Nats fans in attendance let out a spontaneous giggle as we knew when Mike Rizzo says those … Continue reading

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MLB Network begins their 10-part series of the best players by position

MLB Network’s TOP 10 RIGHT NOW! Series returns for their 8th SEASON tonight at 9:00 P.M. ET With Spring Training camps opening in exactly a month from tomorrow, MLB Network gets to work on their Top 10 Right Now! series which ranks Major League … Continue reading

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#Nats Position Player upgrades: Yelich, Realmuto, Avila, Lucroy, Ramos

If you are a free agent or a player who has demanded a trade, it has to be difficult to watch the days tick off the calendar with no activity. The hot stove has gone cold. Many teams have chopped … Continue reading

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#Nats Pitchers & Catchers report on Valentine’s Day

We learned today that the date is finally set for the Washington Nationals pitchers and catchers to report to Spring Training camp is on Valentine’s Day. H/T to Laura Peebles on noticing that February 14th was marked as -the- day. … Continue reading

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Who should bat lead-off for the #Nats?

Newly minted Nationals’ manager Dave Martinez made it clear that he is already considering his line-up construction. Martinez wants to take advantage of Adam Eaton’s prowess for getting on-base followed by the speedy and pesky Trea Turner who can be a dynamic … Continue reading

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The off-season continues; What work does Mike Rizzo have to complete?

The off-season continues although the six days between Christmas and New Year’s day is usually slow. There has not been one Top-10 free agent signed to this point. As a matter of fact, only 22 of the top 80 free … Continue reading

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Holiday Gift Guide for those who did not get that perfect baseball gift!

We somehow forgot to do our Holiday Gift Guide so here it is in a belated form. Most of these are new items, and there are a few from last year like the baseball-themed Jeep. We start off with a … Continue reading

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Matt Adams signing is now official; Bench could be complete

While the Matt Adams signing is now official, it is that familiar situation of one-door opening and another one closing. It essentially closes the book on the popular Adam Lind. When Adam Lind was signed as training camp opened on February … Continue reading

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