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November 11th: Ryan Zimmerman Day

Today is what I declare to be “Ryan Zimmerman Day” on 11/11. Employee No. 11. Now, of course, there are dozens of different days that could be called this. How about September 28th, his birthday? Or June 18th, the day … Continue reading

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What Cade Cavalli’s promotion means for the Nationals

Cade Cavalli is now one step away from the Major Leagues. It’s yet to be seen how he performs, but if his time in A-ball and Double-A is truly indicative of his abilities, Cavalli won’t be in Rochester very long. … Continue reading

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Who will be the emergency infielder?

The Nationals need an emergency middle-infielder, and they need one soon. Usually the protocol for having both of your shortstops injured would be to call up someone from the minors, unfortunately for the Nats, their two most MLB ready call … Continue reading

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Who are the Nationals’ biggest rivals?

The National League East could be called the most competitive division in baseball with at least 3 NL East teams that have a genuine chance to make the playoffs, while the other 2 could get there with a little luck … Continue reading

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The Nationals’ Covid-19 outbreak exposes their lack of depth

Baseball is finally back! After having their opening series postponed due to a Coronavirus outbreak, the Washington Nationals wrapped up their trip to LA today and did not avoid a sweep. Outside of Opening Day, the Nationals’ season has been … Continue reading

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The Nationals could have MLB’s best outfield

Outfields are made up of a trio of players. AJ Pollock, Mookie Betts, and Cody Bellinger. Marcell Ozuna, Cristian Pache, and Ronald Acuna Jr. Those names may come to mind when prompted with the question, what team has the best … Continue reading

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A Travel Guide to Rochester, New York

A Travel Guide to Rochester, New York by Ryan Morris  Spring training is slowly winding down, Opening day is in less than 15 days, and soon the kids will have to leave camp. If they’re not on the Nats’ 26-man … Continue reading

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An introduction to the Rochester Red Wings

An introduction to the Rochester Red Wings Ryan Morris Sunsets on Lake Ontario, Abbott’s frozen custard, and Rochester Red Wings baseball. That’s been my summer for as long as I can remember. Thus I was ecstatic to learn my hometown … Continue reading

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