Author Archives: Andrew Lang

What’s the Ceiling for CJ Abrams

One of the highlights for the Washington Nationals early in the 2024 season has been the play of shortstop CJ Abrams. The centerpiece of the Juan Soto trade has continued to build off of a promising end to the 2023 … Continue reading

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Mitchell Parker, Stephen Strasburg, and Jordan Zimmermann all have notched an elusive Curly W in a debut

The scouting report on Mitchell Parker was that he lacked pinpoint control on his fastball, and walked too many batters. So what did Parker do in his MLB debut against an offense featuring Mookie Betts, Shohei Ohtani, and Freddie Freeman? … Continue reading

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UPDATED: The Washington Nationals announced their 2024 International Free Agent class of 20 players today!

Here (pictured above) were 11 of the 14 new Washington Nationals prospects signed officially one year ago today as part of this International Free Agency (IFA) class of 2023 as reported by Anthony Puesán and @NationalsSource. Today, the Nats will announce … Continue reading

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Is Top Prospect Dylan Crews from LSU going to make the Nationals a Postseason Team in 2024?

As the dust of the 2023 MLB Draft settles, Washington Nationals fans will spend the offseason on free agency and will turns their attention to the promising minor league top prospects hoping to revitalize and redefine this team. One such … Continue reading

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Washington Nationals and Commanders collaborate for the first time!

For the first time in the Washington Nationals 18+ year existence, they have an official collaboration with the Washington Commanders football team. Both teams will have crossover games with players in attendance and special tailgate packages. The Nats will have … Continue reading

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The future of the Nats’ ownership!

Today marks the 10th month since the Lerner ownership group announced that they would be exploring a sale of the Washington Nationals. It also marks 10 full months that the Lerner ownership group has spoken publicly on their future plans. … Continue reading

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War On the Diamond is a new documentary to watch!

In a way, it is the history of Cleveland baseball and all of the disrespect, and this documentary is carefully crafted around a beanball that killed a Cleveland Indians’ player named Ray Chapman in 1920. The pitch that killed Chapman … Continue reading

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Game #143 Patrick Corbin wants to even the foursome with the O’s

The Washington Nationals and the Baltimore Orioles, as geographical rivals, face each other four times a year, in separate home/road two-game series. Tonight will be the final of the four and the Nats need to win this game to square … Continue reading

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Game #122 Nats going for the series win tonight!

Washington Nationals vs. San Diego Padres  Stadium:  Petco Park, San Diego, California 1st Pitch:  8:40 pm EDT TV: MASN2; Bally Sports Network; MLB App (out-of-network only) Nats Radio: 106.7 The Fan and via the MLB app Lineups (subject to change without … Continue reading

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Nats Give Away Commemorative NFT of Ryan Zimmerman’s retirement!

If you haven’t heard, the Washington Nationals gave away commemorative non-fungible tokens (NFTs) during Ryan Zimmerman‘s retirement celebration. Ryan Zimmerman, also known as Mr. National and Mr. Walk-Off, was part of the Nats since their inaugural season in 2005 and … Continue reading

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