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Nats’ Farm System Roundup: April Edition

As the Nationals struggle to win games early in the 2022 season at the highest level, fans are quickly turning to look towards the future. Some of the top prospects in the organization are beacons of hope and progress for … Continue reading

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With a five-game slide, the Washington Nationals look worse than expected.

Rebuilds are not easy. That has to be an understatement. If you are into interpolating and extrapolating numbers at the 11 percent completion mark of this season, we can tell you that if the Washington Nationals stay on this pace … Continue reading

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Baseball will tug at your emotions; Bad and good!

After three ugly losses to begin the season, the Washington Nationals collectively were batting near .150, and no starting pitchers made it into the fifth inning. It felt like the team could go 0-162 on the season (sarcasm), and plenty … Continue reading

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“This could go terrible and people might actually see what a bad baseball owner is” — NationalsSource

If you were away from social media yesterday, you’re waking up to news that the Washington Nationals made public that they are exploring with investment bankers a possible sale of the team but also the possibility of bringing in minority … Continue reading

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Searching for Silver Linings in FredNats Echoes

Unlike most of you, I am a Nationals fan who graduated from years of Expos loyalty. And perhaps for that reason, I am not as demoralized and crushed by the poor prognosis of the season and its early failures. For … Continue reading

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Opinion: The CBA didn’t do enough for the fans

Most fans have already forgiven Major League Baseball for the self-imposed lock-out that lasted 99 days. It delayed Spring Training camps from opening on-time and Opening Day was pushed back. We were supposed to be playing real baseball games today. … Continue reading

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When the window comes down….

In the midst of the euphoria following the World Series win way back in 2019, the furthest thing from most of our minds was that the Washington Nationals’ decade-long window of championship contention was about to come down. In retrospect … Continue reading

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2022 Washington Nationals Position by Position Season Preview: Starting Rotation Edition

For as long as Mike Rizzo has been in charge of the roster for the Washington Nationals, the main emphasis has been on starting pitching — and specifically, having dominant starters set the tone for the team. In 2019, the … Continue reading

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Keeping the right balance between starting pitchers and the bullpen for the #Nats

There is a fine balance between the starting pitchers and the bullpen arms. The Washington Nationals bullpen in 2021 was the worst in baseball history in blown saves. Their collective 5.08 ERA tells just part of the story, and that … Continue reading

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Nelson Cruz is a luxury item; Nats make their biggest move of the winter!

Yes, technically it is still winter in atmospherical terms for another five days. While the Boys of Summer are in Spring Training, the lock-out has made the month of March a frenzy to make final pre-Opening Day roster moves. The … Continue reading

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