Category Archives: Roster

What can’t Trea Turner do?

“There’s Only One Thing In Life You Can Control: Your Own Effort,” said Mark Cuban the billionaire owner of the Dallas Mavericks and Shark Tank star. See it and weep we would say to every coach, scout, evaluator, and analyst … Continue reading

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And they’re back! First 18-gamer of 2017 #Nats

My 18-game posts have a long and sordid history.  For those who are new to this rodeo, check out the first few paragraphs of last year’s first 18-gamer for an explanation of what these posts are all about.  And for links to … Continue reading

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Nationals and their children and fans Hunt Eggs

On Easter Sunday, the Nats played. The Nats won in dramatic walk-off style! The Racing Presidents raced. It was Screech’s birthday. Screech won the Presidents Race with the help of all of his friends.

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Ryan Zimmerman’s 3 run HR ties it in the 9th; #Nats bullpen then falters

Ryan Zimmerman was back to his 9th inning home run heroics taking a 3-0 deficit and tying the game on a 3-run bomb. Dusty Baker went to Koda Glover who struggled with his command and gave up the game winning … Continue reading

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Game #6 Series finale for #Nats in Philly; Roster moves today

Jayson Werth hits another home run The Washington Nationals can look forward to today’s game and put Saturday’s thumping behind them as that is yesterday’s news. Stephen Strasburg starts in the rubber game of this 3-game series in Philadelphia. The … Continue reading

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Trea Turner predictions for tonight!

For those who are into minuscule sample sizes, there are many who are concerned about Trea Turner and four games of progress. His BABIP will turn around as it is at .182 right now, and Trea is every bit of … Continue reading

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It had been 115 days in limbo of not knowing who the new #Nats closer would be…

For 115 days, it has been the daily ‘Who’s the closer’ commentary in Washington, D.C. once it became official on December 5th of 2016 that the Washington Nationals would need to name a new closer as their most recent closer, Mark … Continue reading

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Jeremy Guthrie is the last long-man standing; Stephen Strasburg gets his last tune-up before Opening Day

The last few days of spring training camp feels a little like a dramatic scene from the popular TV show The Bachelor but luckily no video cameras are rolling.  A 20-something-year-old bachelor gets his heart ripped out like A.J. Cole, … Continue reading

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Any room on the roster for an NRI? The picture for the Nats’ last spots is becoming clear

The week was certainly an eventful one for the Washington Nationals. The United States won the World Baseball Classic, with Nats pitcher Tanner Roark and second baseman Daniel Murphy contributing to the effort. Outfielder Michael A. Taylor missed a few … Continue reading

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Max Scherzer makes his Grapefruit League debut; Roark stars in the WBC; Zimmerman is in a groove

What an exciting 24 hours in Nats camp! Team USA is heading to the WBC finals which was all made possible by a four-inning shut-out performance by the Washington Nationals’ own Tanner Roark! Roark spun a 2-hit gem while throwing … Continue reading

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