The Washington Nationals just announced that on Tuesday, March 26, 2024, the team will play an exhibition game at Nats Park called the Nationals Futures Game featuring top prospects. Those great Minor Leaguers will play against current Nationals players on … Continue reading
There have been plenty of online comments, including by MLB players on their favorite baseball movie. But what about songs? Here is just one of the many online articles about the best baseball songs.
We are repeating the initiative we started in 2021 (Donate Your Unused Red Carpet Rewards Points to the Nationals Youth Academy) and repeated in 2022 (The Kids Do Love It – Donate Your Unused RCR Points), collecting items from the … Continue reading
The New York Times newsletter had an interesting article Parade of Strikeouts recently. The article talks about the positive of the recent rule changes and concludes that more changes are needed. So lets discuss.
Baseball fans in Washington D.C. were 95-years in waiting for a World Series championship. You had to go back to 1924 to Walter Johnson‘s Senators for the only D.C. baseball championship. That all changed in 2019, and next year — … Continue reading
A very happy birthday to CJ Abrams who is celebrating his 23rd birthday today. His 2023 season came to a close on Sunday, and as it turned out, his age-22 was very special. There were only two players who ever … Continue reading
It wasn’t all that long ago that Southern Maryland was dotted with tobacco farms. It was a crop that produced more money per acre than anything legal other than a winery. A farmer could make a nice living on less … Continue reading
Winning is fun. Consistently winning usually brings visions of the postseason. The Washington Nationals are now 4-wins from exceeding their win total from 2010. That number is significant to hold ownership accountable in this offseason. For those who do not … Continue reading
By Forensicane After an all-too-long string of MLB drafts that can be considered fireable management offenses, the Washington Nationals had the uncommon pleasure of successes from drafts forgotten and signs of more competent recent decision-making on draft day.
The New York Mets tried to play fantasy baseball with no rules and a flawed plan with their 2023 roster adding future Hall of Famer Justin Verlander to a rotation with Cooperstown-bound Max Scherzer, and an infield that looked like … Continue reading