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From the pages of THE NEW YORKER are a few paragraphs on the TalkNats effect

Thousands gather on TalkNats for a shared bond of their love of the game and Washington Nationals baseball. There are cooking sites and Hollywood sites that do the same thing for their readers. Most are cluttered in annoying ads and … Continue reading

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The trade deadline comes to a close in just 2 days!

This year’s trade deadline is on August 1 at 6 pm ET. We are officially on “hug” watch. The Washington Nationals are most likely trading Jeimer Candelario. Beyond trading him, the situation got a little cloudy because two of the … Continue reading

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Lane Thomas had the best game of his career

Some thought Lane Thomas should have been an All-Star this year. The only vote that mattered was Major League Baseball’s, and they chose Josiah Gray as the Washington Nationals representative in the mid-summer classic. Yesterday, Thomas jumped to the top-WAR … Continue reading

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“Always Remember” reads Dylan Crews’ tattoo

It was the COVID summer of 2020, Dylan Crews had already decided to withdraw his name from the MLB Draft out of high school at Lake Mary in the Orlando, Florida suburbs. He could have been a Top-20 pick that … Continue reading

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The Nats future is bright beyond the bullpen

Let us state the obvious right now that the Washington Nationals bullpen is a mess. Okay, we got that out of the way. The future is bright, and that takes no sugarcoating. James Wood, Dylan Crews, Brady House, Robert Hassell … Continue reading

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Choices or No Brainer – Who do the #Nats Draft?

Don: Been a while so it seems to me that it is time for a Point-Counterpoint. I am fine with either Paul Skenes or Dylan Crews as the Nats draft pick . But I have to admit that I lean … Continue reading

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Are the playoffs possible for the 2024 Nats?!?

Do you want to see how the Washington Nationals can be a playoff team next year? Look no further than the Miami Marlins as the way back to the postseason. A fun fact: The Marlins have the third best record … Continue reading

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Davey Martinez managed a great finish to the Houston series!

To see Washington Nationals manager Dave Martinez strategically make managerial moves to try to win a mid-season game was like a throwback to 2019 when he was in Houston. There was no elimination urgency this time in Houston, rather just … Continue reading

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Should the Nationals draft LSU OF Dylan Crews if he is available?

The 2023 MLB draft is fast approaching and exactly four weeks from today, so the time is ticking for the Washington Nationals to make a franchise-altering decision. Do they go with the standout LSU pitcher, Paul Skenes, who has been … Continue reading

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Baseball America drops Elijah Green from their Top-100

A walk-off single on April 9 had Elijah Green floating through the air. The 19-year-old entered the season ranked at No. 58 of all prospects in baseball by Baseball America. In fact, Keith Law had Green at No.35, and every … Continue reading

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