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Just when you were ready to sell-off, the #Nats are making it interesting!

As you wake up, the Washington Nationals are still 7 ½ games out of first place, and while that is a long way off the pace, the Nats are now tied for third place after being in last place just four … Continue reading

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The state of the Washington Nationals

The Washington Nationals did what you are supposed to do against the best teams in baseball … this past week. They faced the best team in baseball, the San Francisco Giants, and the best team in the American League, the … Continue reading

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A Nats’ team with little margin for error, and a team that doesn’t handle adversity well.

This 2021 Washington Nationals team lacks depth and has no come-from-behind wins this season after the 6th inning. On Friday night, the team had one of their signature wins of the season, and it felt like they could achieve some … Continue reading

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Twenty-one* to Watch in 21 (*the forensicane list)

The calendar has turned to June, and with that, an adequate opportunity to study what we have in the minor league inventory. As you know from my previous columns, I dispense with the prospect rankings and their click-baiting that tell … Continue reading

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Nats Head to Philly Looking to Switch Places in the Standings!

As the Washington Nationals boarded their charter plane from Atlanta to Philadelphia which was delayed a few hours due to inclement weather, there should be a feeling that had not been present for a little while: confidence. Confidence that the … Continue reading

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Expert’s Tips on MLB Futures Odds and Games

  In sports betting, anything that can be predicted, more likely, there’s a couple of odds available for you to wager on. Such odds often take as far as the following season, despite the ongoing season in its early quarter. … Continue reading

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The illusions of grandeur on a sell-off is never a sure thing!

There is a cautionary tale here about deadline trades, and the illusions of grandeur that the Washington Nationals could pull off even a deadline trade. While there are lottery picks that pan out, the last time the Nats got a … Continue reading

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May 24, 2019 was a turning point in baseball history that almost wasn’t!

With yesterday’s 20th win of 2021, the Washington Nationals will avoid any chance of reaching the 19-31 record this year. The Nats entered that day on May 24, 2019 with a 19-31 record. They began a weekend series with the … Continue reading

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Where do the #Nats go from here?

There was optimism at the end of April into the start of May when the Washington Nationals were in first place from May 1st to May 3rd. The starting pitching had been on point from April 28th until this current … Continue reading

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Fredericksburg (G)nats is Opportunity for Next Men Up

And just when you think it can’t get worse, an 0-9 start in Fredericksburg is ugly and indefensible. A 7-29 start throughout is lousy enough, and then you realize there is no payoff for tanking. At Fredericksburg, scores in the … Continue reading

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