Author Archives: Phillip Shnaider

Is there a ‘new’ Andrew Stevenson?

Personally, I absolutely love prospects. And in particular there are a couple of types of prospects who I consistently find myself gravitating toward. On the offensive side, some of my favorites are the prospects who are great defenders, with plus … Continue reading

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Michael Taylor in south Florida is a very good Michael Taylor!

What would Spring be without (a bit of snow apparently in the North) and a heated discussion on Michael Taylor within southern Florida where he scorches the ball in the regular season and Spring Training.

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The future of Joe Ross and his development!

Spring Training is at the halfway point, and I am sure that I am not the only one who has been tuning in to watch the Nationals‘ Grapefruit League games. There is still so much to talk about in regards … Continue reading

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Baseball’s BABIP is more than just a number!

Hello again! Spring training is finally upon us and the regular season is firmly on the horizon just 30 days away. A few weeks ago I talked about my belief that the Nationals wanted a more contact based approach. At … Continue reading

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A deep look into the #Nats strikeout history and BABIP!

This off-season has been flying by, and I imagine I’m not the only one who’s extremely hyped for the 2019 season. So why don’t we talk hitting? Just over two years ago, before the 2017 season, I made this post on … Continue reading

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