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Harrisburg Senators 2021 Roster Preview – What Doesn’t Glitter is Still Plenty Interesting

Embed from Getty Images With the Nationals slowly rebuilding prospect depth with more quality recent drafts than early years, and the paucity of breakthrough position talent at the AAA level, Harrisburg naturally draws attention for who might be poised to … Continue reading

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May Madness – Reading into the Minor League Rosters

For well over a year, we have been forced to settle for blurbs from the alternative training site, unexpected promotions to the major league level of overlooked talents like Dakota Bacus, Kyle McGowin, Seth Romero, and Yadiel Hernandez, the procession … Continue reading

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Early Days: But April’s NL East Competitivity Can Last a Season

April can always throw up surprises and false narratives for baseball, and it’s always best to take some of what we see with a pinch of salt. For example, did anyone expect the Red Sox to have the best record … Continue reading

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Lessons learned in a long season; The parallels of 2019 to 2021

There are many lessons learned in a marathon baseball season. Lesson No. 1 is that slow and steady usually wins the race. Of course you need talent and everyone rowing in the same direction to win enough games to get … Continue reading

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A fan’s view of how to make money on playing daily fantasy baseball at Draft Kings

Keep an open mind, I know many people here are opposed to gambling, and this is how you can spend less than a cup of coffee as an entrance fee into daily fantasy baseball. And if you’re good, you can … 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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Last night, the #Nats trailed 4-3 with bases loaded and Robles due up…

Managerial strategy is part of the chess game, and sometimes an early move is your best move. Can a manager pinch-hit in the fourth inning of a game based on a pitching change from the opposing team? Would it make … Continue reading

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Early parity in the NL East is keeping every team in it

Most of the odds-makers had the NY Mets or Atlanta Braves running away with the NL East, and so far the Mets are just treading water with a small lead of 1.0 to 2.0 games separating them from the other … Continue reading

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Optimism before a tough weekend series against the Mets aces!

The Nats are 6-4 since April 12th when they got all of their position players back from the COVID IL list. That’s the second best record in the NL East behind the Marlins who were 7-3 in that span. There … Continue reading

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Patrick Corbin showed his ace pitching; Are you saying there’s a chance?

The Washington Nationals got their much needed great outing from Patrick Corbin last night and that is good news. Unfortunately, Joe Ross had a 10-run meltdown the night before after he started the season as the Nats best pitcher. Health … Continue reading

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