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The days when Lucius Fox was rated higher than Juan Soto; The Nats finally get Cesar Hernandez. So much more going on!

There were five moves yesterday by the Washington Nationals that began with a waiver claim of Lucius Fox from Baltimore. The night ended with the Nats biggest free agent signing of the off-season, so far, with Cesar Hernandez committing to … Continue reading

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Our annual #Nats holiday gift guide is here!

Another year has almost come to a close, and it is time for you to indulge yourself in our annual Washington Nationals gift guide of curated items we have picked including some bespoke items. Some range from the inexpensive and … Continue reading

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A Washington Nationals Thanksgiving of Thanks!

As always, we have a lot to be thankful for in our lives and to have each other. On this Thanksgiving, we have a new list. What each of the Washington Nationals have to be thankful for:

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The MLB calendar has shifted due to the impending lock-out!

With an impending lock-out in Major League Baseball due to start at the expiration of the current Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) as the clock ticks from December 1 to December 2, MLB has moved up their tender/non-tender deadline for arbitration-eligible … Continue reading

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At the top of our priorities list was fixing the Nats development system; Nats name De Jon Watson Director of Player Development

At the top of our priorities list for this off-season was fixing the Washington Nationals development system. This type of endeavor does not get fixed overnight. Fortunately, it turned out that this was on top of the list for general … Continue reading

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2021 Nationals Player Grades Part 6

This is the final installment of reviewing the 2021 Washington Nationals roster. The players listed here alphabetically go from “St” to “Z”. The two longest tenured Nats players are on this part of the list: Stephen Strasburg and Ryan Zimmerman. … Continue reading

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2021 Nationals Player Grades Part 5

As we are almost done with the player evaluations, we have some interesting names on this list as we move further into the players with last names beginning with “R” and into the “S” names. This list contains many Washington … Continue reading

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2021 Nationals Player Grades Part 4

Andres Machado, RHP: Machado was another pitcher that the Nats called up after not being active for years. He last pitched with the Royals in 2017. Overall, he provided pretty good results as he demonstrated an ability to get outs … Continue reading

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2021 Nationals Player Grades Part 3

Ryne Harper, RHP: Harper is one of the strangest pitchers in the entire league. His strikeout rate was as low as ever in his career. However, his FIP (a stat that measures how well a pitcher is doing at preventing … Continue reading

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2021 Nationals Player Grades Part 2

AUTHOR’S NOTE: This is written as a direct segue from the previous installation Alcides Escobar, IF: Escobar was one of the best surprises for the Nats this season. He was signed during the summer when the Nats were dealing with … Continue reading

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