The defending World Series Champions were an integral part of two of the three biggest stories to emerge from the 2019 Winter Meetings in San Diego (if you thought the third one was Gerrit Cole, you thought wrong ;-).
Originally published on NationalsProspects.com I think the “WKRP to Cincinnati” trade is it for 2018, which means it’s safe to put the finishing touches on the Washington Nationals 2019 Watchlist. It feels like this was one of the most difficult … Continue reading →
Our final look at the leaders, trailers, and outliers in the Washington Nationals minor leagues. Repeats from 2017 are in italics
Our monthly look at the leaders, trailers, and outliers in the Washington Nationals minor leagues. SYRACUSE CHIEFS – 33-46, 6th Place I.L. North, 13 games behind Good Jacob Wilson .298/.364/.442 Jimmy Cordero 0HR in 33IP Bad Andrew Stevenson .535 OPS … Continue reading →
Happy Father’s Day! For those unfamiliar with the rhythm of the minor-league season, this is usually when first half ends for the “A” teams and roughly when the domestic “shorties” start up. The DSL just finished up its second week, … Continue reading →
Our monthly look at the leaders, trailers, and outliers in the Washington Nationals minor leagues. [Originally published on NationalsProspects.com; statisics/standings as of May 25, 2018. Do not taunt Happy Fun Ball.] SYRACUSE CHIEFS 22-23, 4th place I.L. North, 4 games … Continue reading →
By now, you may have heard about Juan Soto. But if you haven’t you may be F.P. Santangelo, here’s a quick summary: Believe the hype.
Welcome to our monthly look at who’s hot, who’s not, and who’s (or what’s) surprising in the Nationals minors. For those not familiar with this feature at NationalsProspects.com… This is something stolen from named after comedian Demetri Martin’s segment of … Continue reading →
We’re now ten days in for the minors and we have that lovely convergence of our #1 prospect getting hurt [Forrest Gump voice] again while our #2 guy is filling the void and raising expectations, which is almost always inversely proportional … Continue reading →
Originally published on… wait for it…. NationalsProspects.com Thanks to a lot of thoughtful comments last month—and more time spent following the GCL last summer—this was easier to put together than last year. One thing I did do this time around … Continue reading →