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The Nats farm went from almost barren a year ago to a bumper crop!

Just by signing № 11 overall pick, Brady House (№ 90 Baseball America Ranking), in this year’s first round of the amateur draft, the Washington Nationals would have had two Top-100 prospects in their farm system with House and Cade … Continue reading

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Perspective: Mike Rizzo Did the Right Thing For the #Nats

Before saying anything else, let’s make one thing very clear: it is never easy to say goodbye. Max Scherzer and Trea Turner have meant everything to the Washington Nationals and the DC area over their respective times for the team. … Continue reading

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Analyzing the Prospect Haul from the Nationals’ Trade Deadline Moves

The Nationals made some of the most heart wrenching, devastating moves in recent history on Thursday evening. They sent both Trea Turner and Max Scherzer, franchise icons, to the Los Angeles Dodgers in exchange for multiple prospects. Later that night, … Continue reading

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Battle of the Depleted, pits Nats against the Cubs

Two of the most targeted teams of the Trade Deadline will meet in a series Friday night in Washington. The Nationals and Cubs, fresh off a Trade Deadline that saw both teams trade some of the faces of the respective … Continue reading

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Nats are closing in on a blockbuster with the Dodgers! Rizzo still has other players to trade!

By this time tomorrow, we will know who the Nationals have after the dust settles on the 2021 trade deadline. With no waiver trades in August like prior years, this deadline is it. The rumor mills are swirling about Max … Continue reading

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What to expect for a potential Max Scherzer Trade

The 2021 season has, in the past few weeks following the All Star Break, soured for the Nationals. The past week has been the biggest indication for the front office that this current roster is incapable of making a run. … Continue reading

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How this trade deadline and the prospects the #Nats receive in trade will shape rosters for years to come!

This is general manager Mike Rizzo’s time to shine for his Washington Nationals team. For the first time ever, he has a chance to “retool” and trade some key players like Max Scherzer, closer Brad Hand, and set-up man Daniel … Continue reading

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Nats in Philly with Trade Deadline Looming

Following one of the most disappointing weekends in recent Nats history, the team traveled to the City of Brotherly Love for a four game set against the Phillies and got walked off last night with a 2-run lead in the … Continue reading

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Mike Rizzo should try a different approach to this trade deadline!

The best general managers are usually the ones who have World Series rings, and the Washington Nationals man in charge of the baseball side of the ledger, Mike Rizzo, has a ring that has not lost its luster. It isn’t … Continue reading

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Draft 21, Picks 16-20: Late Value Before Free-for-All Free Agency

  This is where the draft has come to resemble the NFL late rounds. Teams have players on their board; but unlike previous years in which the draft extended up to 40 rounds, and can make selections for a variety … Continue reading

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