Category Archives: Analysis

All Nats fans want Anthony Rendon back; But does he want to return?

Most athletes crave the limelight. Being popular generates revenues and moves the clicker on the turnstiles, and when team owners are making money it usually translates to the athletes benefiting when it comes to new contracts. Case and point was … Continue reading

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Trea Turner has surgery on his finger(s) and he was one of 2019’s miracles!

Baseball fans have seen Jim Abbott pitch and field with one arm, and in 1945 there was Pete Gray who batted with one arm and hit .218 for the Browns and was out of baseball after seventy-seven games as a … Continue reading

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A look at the free agent system that is not working!

As we enter a new season of player movement, we observe the landscape where several aspects seem pretty obvious: The normally top spending teams are restrained by the luxury tax thresholds particularly potential repeat offenders. ($208 million CBT in 2020) … Continue reading

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Veterans Day; GM Meetings and the Rookie of the Year award

On this Veterans Day, we want to start this article with honoring all who have served and given us the ability to enjoy our freedoms. The true heroes.

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The Nats needs for 2020 begin with starting pitching!

Every team enters the off-season in need of starting pitching. For the Washington Nationals, they have built around elite starting pitching since they began their winning ways. They enter the offseason with a need to replace Stephen Strasburg and Jeremy … Continue reading

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The #Nats farm system and Baseball America rankings

The World Series champs did not trade any top prospects at the trade deadline, and that was welcomed news because the farm system was ranked in the bottom third of all farm systems by every ratings service. Victor Robles was … Continue reading

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The preparation for the Nats first World Series!

With the Washington Nationals on their way to their first World Series, how do they prep to get ready for this series when they do not even know who they will be playing. They will have a team practice on … Continue reading

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The winds of winter: Next year’s #Nats could look very different from this year’s contender!

As we enter mid-September, with fewer than 20 games from here until the end of the regular season, the Washington Nationals’ fate in 2019 is theirs to write. Still clinging to pole position in the National League wild card race, … Continue reading

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The Nats “Big Four” is going FOR it!

Pitching, pitching, pitching, and pitching. This Washington Nationals team since 2012 has been built on starting pitching, and that is paying big dividends now. Last night it was Stephen Strasburg who just threw another shutout for this staff. Is there … Continue reading

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The Nationals bullpen is trending in the right direction

With all of the changes to the Nationals bullpen, they are trending in the right direction after the May meltdown. Sure, the 6.08 overall ERA is still the worst in the Majors but this is a bullpen that posted a … Continue reading

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