Author Archives: Marc Goldstein

Analyzing the Nationals’ prospect haul from the 2022 Trade Deadline

Every day has its inevitable ending, some that strands the occupants of the surrounding world in complete and total darkness. This day can be seen in the Washington Nationals and their era of contending in the MLB. While trading Max … Continue reading

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Nationals’ Minor League Organizational All-Stars 2022

Even though the season has been subpar for the Nationals, that does not mean that everything is terrible for the organization. In fact, the minor league affiliates are far more successful than seasons past and have seen numerous players performing … Continue reading

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Analyzing the Nationals’ Day One of the MLB Draft with Elijah Green and Jake Bennett

Coming off one of the worst seasons in the last decade, the Washington Nationals possessed a top five pick in this 2022 MLB Draft. There were numerous players whom the Nats were mentioned in rumors, but, ultimately, they decided on … Continue reading

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Evaluating options: what can be expected in return for Josh Bell

The calendar sees the Trade Deadline beckoning, and the Washington Nationals have one of the most coveted prizes on the market. Josh Bell is in the midst of one of his best seasons of his career,  and a likely All-Star … Continue reading

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Josiah Gray’s case for being the next Nationals’ ace

The Nationals have been looking for a way to return to the days of constantly being in contention for championships. Their current rebuild has been spearheaded by Mike Rizzo, the same man who brought the organization to new heights in … Continue reading

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The complicated history of Beltway baseball

Even before the Washington Nationals made the move down to Washington, D.C., there has been obvious tension between D.C. and the Baltimore Orioles. Considering how close the teams are geographically, the rivalry is bound to occur. Adding onto that, the … Continue reading

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Players to watch in the College World Series

The Greatest Show on Turf has returned to Omaha for the 72nd iteration. Each of the eight teams that are vying for the National Championship have balanced rosters that have contributors littered within. That being said, some players rise above … Continue reading

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Beyond the rankings: non top 30 prospects that can help the Nats

Every major league team prides themselves on having a strong farm system. The pinnacle of this talented pipeline for young players is seen in consensus lists that include the top 15 to 30 players in a given system. As the … Continue reading

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Top College Prospects Check in: May 20th

As the Washington Nationals hold the fifth pick in the 2022 MLB Draft, there are countless possibilities as to who the team will pick. The front office could choose to select a player from either high school or college; both … Continue reading

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Nats are in Denver to Face Rockies

Last weekend, the Nationals did something no one anticipated: winning a series in San Francisco. Coming into the series, the Nats were suffering through an eight game losing streak, including a sweep at the hands of the Giants in DC. … Continue reading

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