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The Kieboom gamble did not payout as he is optioned to Triple-A

While Nationals Park is ready for the 5,000 fans who are allowed to attend on Opening Day, the Washington Nationals’ roster is not ready. It still feels like a work in progress. What general manager Mike Rizzo envisioned back in … Continue reading

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Spring Training stats often mean nothing; Sometimes they mean something!

On February 28, the Nats opened their 2021 Spring Training with a game against the St. Louis Cardinals. Calling the game on KMOX was former Cardinals’ centerfielder Jim Edmonds. He was particularly critical of Josh Bell‘s swing which he said … Continue reading

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Some notes from Dr. Faucett on current #Nats injuries!

Ten days ago, we had an update on the current state of Washington Nationals injuries after Stephen Strasburg injured his calf muscle. He is set to pitch today and says that he is good to go. Jon Lester had surgery … Continue reading

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The #Nats Opening Day starters and projected roster!

Was it ever a question as to who the Washington Nationals’ Opening Day starting pitcher would be? Officially, Max Scherzer was named after today’s game to his sixth Opening Day start by manager Dave Martinez. Joining him will be 25 … Continue reading

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Carter Kieboom needs the luck of the Irish or the Nats need a Plan B!

See ball, hit ball. It is the most basic message from a coach to a player holding a bat. We had avoided the Carter Kieboom storyline for an entire Spring Training until now. But we should discuss it now. Performance at … Continue reading

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Go-ahead given for fans at Nats Park; Workers are scurrying to get ready!

The D.C. Government gave the green light to the Washington Nationals to host fans to start the season late on Monday. While that number has been initially capped at 5,000, there is optimism that number will grow. All of a … Continue reading

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An introduction to the Rochester Red Wings

An introduction to the Rochester Red Wings Ryan Morris Sunsets on Lake Ontario, Abbott’s frozen custard, and Rochester Red Wings baseball. That’s been my summer for as long as I can remember. Thus I was ecstatic to learn my hometown … Continue reading

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The injury list grew today by adding Stephen Strasburg

If you read down the injury list for players on the Washington Nationals big league roster, Stephen Strasburg just got added to that list. In total, there are now seven players on the medical list from the 51-players on the … Continue reading

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Continual improvement and never being satisfied is what makes Max Scherzer so special as a pitcher and a mentor!

What makes Max Scherzer so special? It is his desire to always be improving and never being satisfied with the past. Scherzer made his debut on April 29, 2008 at the age of 23 ¾. Since then, his resumé has … Continue reading

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The math could work for the #Nats to extend Trea and Soto!

You never want to look back and do the coulda, shoulda, woulda. The Washington Nationals can do it. There just has to be a shift away from the $100 million starting rotations if the Nats have a real chance to … Continue reading

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