Author Archives: Power Boater

Bryce Harper is Coming to Town

Bryce Harper returns to Nats Park Tuesday night after a seven year run as arguably being the face of the Nationals. He’ll have his fans, he’ll have his haters, and he’ll bring with him bus loads of members of his … Continue reading

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#Nats Season Ticket Plans to Share | Join in!

The Washington Nationals used to offer a season ticket partnership site to find other ticket partners, and with that not available for this season, we decided to create a feature for season ticket holders to meet potential ticket partners. Joining … Continue reading

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Are Long Term Free Agent Contracts Worth the Risk

As we count down the minutes before the Bryce Harper announcement this article analyzes whether mega free agent contracts pay off for the teams and looks at some alternatives to calm the current labor situation. The Nats players are mad … Continue reading

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Sports Betting Could Be Coming to Nationals Park

Heading to the bottom of the ninth, the Nats are up 6-1 over the Marlins, Max Scherzer has just thrown 110 pitches and Davey Martinez calls in a struggling reliever for mop-up duty. This move is greeted by a chorus … Continue reading

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Back to the Beaches – Talk Nats 2018 Guide to Visiting the Ballpark of the Palm Beaches

At the end of the 2017 inaugural spring training at the Ballpark of the Palm Beaches the┬áTalk Nats – First Spring in Review took a look at ideas to help boost attendance. Now the ballpark is about to open for … Continue reading

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SPH Hot Stove with Mike Rizzo – Channeling Jim Acosta

The annual season plan holder hot stove Q&A with the Nats President of Baseball Operations Mike Rizzo is coming up in three weeks (Feb 2 from 1-3), it’s time to get the Talk Nats talking points together and come up … Continue reading

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Potential Impact of the MLB Competitive Balance Tax on the Nats Payroll

Having crossed the MLB Competitive Balance Tax threshold for the first time possibly in 2017, the luxury tax will start to have a major impact on the Nats’ payroll decisions in the upcoming years, that is a fact. What that … Continue reading

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A Sweeping Review of the Great American Ballpark

Last weekend the Nats completed a four game sweep of the Reds at the Great American Ballpark. The Power Boater family traveled out to Cincinnati to see how their ballpark compared to ours here in DC. Inside the Great American … Continue reading

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New for 2018 – Become a Nat for Life Plan Holder (plus ASG info)

“Nat for Life”, sign me up! Leaked on the Nationals web site and discovered (hacked) by @GeneticalyPerfct is the new Nat for Life season plan holder program for automatic plan renewals every year until you or the beneficiaries of your … Continue reading

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The Nats Win! Latest MASN Appeal Goes Our Way!

As most of you have probably already seen, the New York Appellate Court ruled in the Nationals favor today, that the Nats broadcast rights also known as the annual rights fees, should be decided by the MLB Revenue Sharing Definitions … Continue reading

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