Category Archives: Prospects

The Nationals have some interesting farmhands. Who could make a difference for them this season?

The 2017 baseball season has really flown by, and we now stand less than a month away from September 1, the magical date upon which rosters expand and games become 45 minutes longer because of all the extra pitching changes. … Continue reading

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Mike Rizzo pulls off a blockbuster trade for Ryan Madson/Sean Doolittle

“We made a trade we think shortens the game,” General Manager Mike Rizzo said. Ryan Madson turns 37-years-old next month, and Sean Doolittle turns 31-years-old in September. The pair was traded by Oakland A’s general manager Billy Beane to the Nationals … Continue reading

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The trade winds are blowing amidst the hot July sun for the #Nats

Many contending teams will be making trades starting today, will the Nationals be one of them? Last year at this time, the Nationals were not in a hurry to make trades although the need for a lefty man in the … 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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P-Nats star Victor Robles: Better than advertised!

Victor Robles is a young man with immense talent and potential on the baseball field, and a man of few words off of it. We had the chance to sit down with him prior to the Potomac Nationals game on … Continue reading

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A Night with the P-Nats and Top Prospect Victor Robles and Manager Tripp Keister

Last night was the perfect opportunity to see Joan Baez pitch for the Potomac Nationals at Pfitzner Stadium in Woodbridge, Virginia. Baez worked at a good pace and turned in a good outing and worked himself out of some jams … Continue reading

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Blake Perkins pulled off the rare walk-off in both ends of a doubleheader!

Blake Perkins (#2) mobbed at home plate after launching game-winning, three-run homer in the opening game of Sunday’s doubleheader with Delmarva. (Photo courtesy: Patrick Cavey) If you followed what happened Sunday at the Hagerstown Suns doubleheader, you know that Blake … Continue reading

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Roster Analysis of the current #Nats

When analyzing the 2017 Washington Nationals roster, we turned to FanGraphs to analyze how they projected 90 wins for the 2017 Nationals team. FanGraphs compiles their win totals from cumulative WAR based on the 40 man roster players and projecting … Continue reading

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Juan Soto went from GCL MVP to the #3 Baseball America Prospect

At the conclusion of the Minor League season, the Gulf Coast League (GCL) named Juan Soto as their  MVP for the 2016 season, and he was also named an All-Star. In July of 2015, the Nationals signed Juan Soto to … Continue reading

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A Thanksgiving journey for #Nats prospect Andrew Stevenson

This is a long story.  Some might think it begins on the fields of Williamsport, Pennsylvania in the Little League World Series. It actually begins when Andrew Stevenson was growing up in Youngsville, Louisiana near Lafayette. Many people give thanks … Continue reading

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