Category Archives: SpringTraining

What impact moves can new #Nats manager Dave(y) Martinez make?

It’s Hot Stove season, and when it’s Hot Stove season, we tend to spend a lot of time talking about the business side of baseball. The Washington Nationals will surely seek to add pieces through trades or free agent signings … Continue reading

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The Winter Meetings start in exactly 3 weeks from today, Rule 5 decisions on Monday

On December 10th, the Winter Meetings will officially kick-off at 7am in Orlando with the annual job fair. It is not your usual Sunday morning for the thousands of job seekers with much hope and yearning for a career in … Continue reading

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What do the #Nats need to do this off-season?

The off-season has officially arrived, and the first news of free agents signing with teams and trades being made is expected to start breaking within days. It’s a time of the year fondly (and not-so-fondly) called “Hot Stove season”, as … Continue reading

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The Off-Season Calendar and Deadlines and #Nats Free Agents

The off-season calendar officially began yesterday.  Below are some important dates for your off-season calendar which began in rapid fire yesterday as the Nationals watched 11 of their current players file for free agency and a 12th was added when … Continue reading

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Navy hosts an exhibition game for the Red Sox and Nationals in Annapolis

There is no room for April Fools as today there is baseball to be played amid some pomp and circumstance for the U.S. Navy in the inaugural Naval Academy Baseball Classic which will feature the Washington Nationals for at least … 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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The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches – First Spring in Review

Talk Nats has led the way in coverage of the new Ballpark of the Palm Beaches with reviews of the new facility (TBOTPB and BPPB). This article looks at attendance during the first spring and what can be done to entice … Continue reading

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Tonight marks the #Nats last game of 2017 at The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches

At this point in the baseball calendar, we look back to say time flew by! The Washington Nationals have a 6:35pm televised game from The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches that will mark their last game there for the 2017 … Continue reading

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The Cy Young vs. The Heisman; Nats travel to Port St. Lucie; One week until Opening Day

Cy Young was a great baseball pitcher and John Heisman was a pitcher himself growing up. They grew up near each other in rural Ohio. Cy Young was two years older. Heisman played all the sports growing up and preferred … Continue reading

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The Nats have less than a week left on the Grapefruit League schedule

Exactly a week from today, the Washington Nationals will be hosting the Boston Red Sox in Nationals Park. Today marks the last of 3 games remaining for the Nationals in The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches, and today the Nats … Continue reading

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