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A big #Nats day for international signings, arbitration players, and the 30-day countdown to Spring Training!

Today is a big day for the international scouting groups as it marks the start to the international signing period for free agents. The Washington Nationals made a big splash by signing shortstop Armando Cruz who is currently ranked № … Continue reading

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The Nats don’t want to trade Cade Cavalli or Jackson Rutledge and so far have told teams they are off-limits!

The Josh Bell acquisition cost the Washington Nationals their seventh rated prospect when Eddy Yean went to the Pirates as the centerpiece of that trade. Subsequently, there have been rumors swirling about other potential trades involving Kris Bryant and Eugenio … Continue reading

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The entire landscape of the NL East, NL, and MLB changed today with the Lindor trade!

The Mets and Indians pulled off a blockbuster trade today that brought the team in Queens some royalty in the form of Francisco Lindor and his +5.6 WAR. If that was not enough, they also got starting pitching help in … Continue reading

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Fact or Fiction: The Nats And Developing Pitchers

Don: Joseph Goebbels is quoted for saying If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. And there are claims made and repeated often enough that they come to be accepted … Continue reading

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Rating the top sports video games!

As an average college student in America, there are a few common things that we all look forward to when we go back to our hometown for winter break. Sleep, hang out with friends (and over the past year that … Continue reading

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Technology in the baseball glove business produces the REV1X prototypes used by Trea Turner

Baseball equipment has become flashier over the years in the designs of colorful cleats and painted bats, and whimsical patterns on gloves and catcher’s chest protectors, but technology in baseball equipment gets lost in it all. Baseball bats that are … Continue reading

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Game Time Adjustments

Don: This tweet got me thinking about looking at how batters perform as they face a pitcher multiple times in the same game, specifically if their results at the plate are better as the game goes on. Baseball Reference has … Continue reading

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Nats Auld Lang Syne

Nationals New Years Nats Auld Lang Syne Should auld acquaintance be forgot And never brought to mind? So replay Z-man’s walk-off hits And have a glass of wine. And don’t forget Zuk’s walk-off blast That night in bottom nine. We’ll … Continue reading

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Cade Cavalli is the Baseball America #1 Nats prospect! He’s working out in Tulsa at the Sports Performance Institute!

The year of 2020 has been abnormal in almost every way. The MLB Draft during this year was a 5-round truncated version of its former self. With the 22nd pick in the first round of the 2020 draft the Washington … Continue reading

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Baseball prospects are being made close to Nationals Park in College Park, Maryland!

As we discuss top prospects, there is something good brewing over in College Park, Maryland other than the java at Vigilante Coffee and the suds at the iconic watering hole at RJ Bentley’s. The Terps baseball team over at the … Continue reading

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