Category Archives: DaveMartinez

Darnell Coles hired as the Nats’ new hitting coach

Embed from Getty Images All was quiet on the Washington Nationals coaching moves to fill their vacancies for base coaches. However, news did leak that the team will be hiring Darnell Coles as their new hitting coach and [UPDATED] as … Continue reading

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The Nats roster squeeze on mediocrity has to happen this off-season!

The Washington Nationals just pared-down the roster by three players from the 2021 roster to essentially get the down to 37-players once free agency officially starts and the 60-day IL players are added back to the roster. Gone are Alberto … Continue reading

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This time, Kevin Long does leave, and Dave Martinez will search for a new hitting coach!

When the Washington Nationals struggled offensively to begin the 2021 season as several Nats players slumped out of the gates, it did not take long for people to call for Kevin Long to be fired as the team’s hitting coach. … Continue reading

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The Nats 2022 lineup looks to be almost set!

As July 30 was approaching and a sell-off by the Washington Nationals at the trade deadline looked to be a go, we felt that general manager Mike Rizzo needed to poach one of the top catching prospects from an NL … Continue reading

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Rebuilding the bullpen could prove more difficult than the starting rotation!

One thing we can all agree on from general manager Mike Rizzo’s presser over the weekend is that this Washington Nationals’ success in the future should be built around the starting rotation which was the formula in the past. But … Continue reading

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The money, the Juan Soto contract status, and roster moves!

They say when a team is bad you cannot fire all of the players, and while that is true, the Washington Nationals will remove several players off of the roster by the time the team finishes Spring Training. The team … Continue reading

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Our top-10 priorities for the Washington Nationals 2022 season!

Last September, the Washington Nationals were eliminated from the postseason early, and we set our 2021┬átop-10 priorities which were actually quite telling if they were all done. Trea Turner was never extended, and the pitching rotation was never really upgraded … Continue reading

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Finding new ways to lose since April 7, 2021

The Washington Nationals have found 86 excruciating ways to lose so far this season, and with 16 remaining games, there will be several more to endure. A season that started with a black cloud over the team’s head with Opening … Continue reading

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Nats Face Marlins as Race for 5th Pick Heats Up

The Nationals, for better or worse, have a huge opportunity ahead of them. In the remaining three weeks of the season, the Nats play some of the fellow cellar dwellers in the National League. That includes two series against the … Continue reading

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Nats Travel to Atlanta to Face Braves for Final Time in 2021

Coming off the seemingly endless week and a half of games against the Mets, the Nationals finally face a different opponent. The Braves are the next team on the docket for the Nats. They make the trip to Atlanta for … Continue reading

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