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It’s not 19-31 — and 27-31 is better!

There is parity in the middle of the National League, and that has kept the Washington Nationals in close proximity of the Wild Card and within 1.0 game at this moment. The season is 35 percent complete. A long way … Continue reading

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Smart change on the roster is needed

The difference a week makes. The Washington Nationals just won two consecutive series against teams that would be playoff teams if the season ended today. In fact, that is the first back-to-back series win since April for the Nats, and … Continue reading

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Are you talking to me?

Last night, MacKenzie Gore threw a gem with one earnie over 5⅓ innings with 10 Ks and no walks. That moved Gore to the top of FanGraphs WAR on the Nats at +1.5 and slightly ahead of Trevor Williams. Let’s … Continue reading

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One-run losses are piling up. The value of run manufacturing and run prevention!

Everything seemed so right on May 10th, and the next day in a 2-2 tie was the pick-off play that seemed to change everything in that 8th inning. The Boston Pick-off Party started the slide backwards. Since that point, the … Continue reading

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Building the Ultimate Washington Nationals Fantasy Roster: Draft Strategy and Player Selection

Building the ultimate Washington Nationals fantasy roster is an exciting and strategic endeavor for any fantasy baseball enthusiast. While many have built their 2024 rosters already, you can always try to start a roster midseason. It involves a deep understanding … Continue reading

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Fact: The rebuild isn’t even 3 years old!

Supposedly there was talk on the radio from a fool who said that the Washington Nationals are five years into a rebuild. Let’s speak to this for the 100th time. The Nats won the World Series fewer than five years … Continue reading

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If the season ended today, the Washington Nationals would be a playoff team!

There are only six teams in the National League with a record of .500 or better. All of those teams would be in the playoffs today if the season was over. The Washington Nationals would be one of those playoff … Continue reading

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Are cosmic tumblers turning?

Looking at Dave Martinez‘s face, you usually cannot tell what happened that day. He is an optimist, and also a man of mystery. Humble and caring about others, he recognizes a friendly from dozens of feet away. He is trying … Continue reading

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Mitchell Parker, Stephen Strasburg, and Jordan Zimmermann all have notched an elusive Curly W in a debut

The scouting report on Mitchell Parker was that he lacked pinpoint control on his fastball, and walked too many batters. So what did Parker do in his MLB debut against an offense featuring Mookie Betts, Shohei Ohtani, and Freddie Freeman? … Continue reading

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Remembering the Past

Some may have noticed the bottom of the InGame article Game #1 Opening Day marks the 20th in Nats’ history a new section at the bottom of the page, and that is what you see in the image above. And, … Continue reading

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