Category Archives: Feature

UPDATED: Nats choose Jackson Rutledge with their 1st round pick! The countdown to the Draft and Craig Kimbrel is on the clock!

Draft orders and Draft dollars are locked-in for today’s Rule 4 Amateur Draft because first round draft picks cannot be traded making today more about the amateur players and who goes first — but today there is some intrigue about … Continue reading

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Exclusive: Sean Burnett behind the scenes; Jamal Collier’s thoughts!

The team of Nibley and King scored a major victory when they got the elusive Sean Burnett for an exclusive interview immediately after Burnie announced his retirement and then agreed to appear on the latest installment of the TalkNats Podcast. Because Sean … Continue reading

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It’s the bullpen, stupid! Time to sign Craig Kimbrel!

An ode to James Carville who wrote “It’s the bullpen economy, stupid” as a political strategist, and he is often seen at Nationals Park as a fan of the game. The Ragin’ Cajun might agree that the Nationals problems have … Continue reading

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ziMS Foundation Night at the Park

ziMS Foundation Night at the Park Some things were the same, some things were different at this year’s ziMS Foundation gala held two weeks ago at Nationals Park.  This is the first year that they didn’t distribute those little bracelets, … Continue reading

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The Dodgers series was one-step forward and one-step backwards for the #Nats

The season will be 25% complete during tomorrow’s game in the third inning. The Nationals played .500 baseball in Los Angeles winning two and losing two which was better than the Country Line Dance they were doing of one-step forward … Continue reading

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A tour of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum

Negro Leagues Baseball Museum (www.nlbm.com) All baseball fans should visit this museum at least once in their life.  Like Cooperstown, this museum covers the history of baseball — except this museum covers the history of the stream of talent that … Continue reading

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The rollercoaster; More Groundhog Day; Some bright spots

A day after dominating the Dodgers in a well-played shutout, Nats fans were cautiously optimistic that their team could beat the Dodgers in a game where both teams were missing two star players. The Dodgers sat Justin Turner and scratched … Continue reading

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A losing culture is not acceptable

The Nationals once had a player who would talk about that he would run through a “fricking brick wall”  for his manager but in reality he would not even run out most infield groundballs. Many players will give you a … Continue reading

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The baseball world was buzzing about Vlad Jr.’s debut; Carter Kieboom’s was better!

The fans at Nationals Park showed up on this Friday night even with the heavy pre-game rain, strong winds, and tornado warnings to take in the debut of Nationals top prospect Carter Kieboom. The announced attendance was 27,193, and several … Continue reading

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Location, location, location. Nationals players have turned to Jordan Stuart for real estate!

If you ever wondered how athletes find their housing, they generally turn to a real estate expert who specializes in the needs of athletes, but keep in mind — it is not a one size fits all type of deal. Not … Continue reading

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