Our general manager Mike Rizzo might say he doesn’t care about prospect rankings, but when things are good like a Top-10 ranking you take it. MLB Pipeline ranked the Nats’ farm system today at №10 to go with Baseball America’s … Continue reading →
The Washington Nationals continue to trim their roster as Opening Day is nine days away. Washington’s management has optioned OF Stone Garrett and Jose Ferrer to Triple-A Rochester. Both of them were considered strong possibilities for the roster just a … Continue reading →
There are some prospects who have impressed in their limited opportunities via appearances during big league camp. The sample sizes are small as you would expect, and many of the minor leaguers have not had to face an ace like … Continue reading →
That day in 2021 was met with a lot of questions. Once again the Washington Nationals went into a second round pick to take a player that was seen as a back of the round or a later round talent. … Continue reading →
Finally, we have MLB Pipeline’s Top-30 prospects for the Washington Nationals. Evaluations are all over the place with respect to the 2023 prospects in baseball, and with independent thinkers, you would expect that past the top five or six prospects … Continue reading →
Today is one of those very busy days of baseball as we have not one, but two simultaneous games being played today in Grapefruit League split-squad action starting just minutes apart for the Washington Nationals.
Evaluations are all over the place with respect to the 2023 prospects in baseball. FanGraphs came out with their Top-112 prospects today, and yesterday, Baseball America ranked the Washington Nationals Top-30 prospects. Prospects Live came out with their rankings also. … Continue reading →
During Washington Nationals‘ general manager Mike Rizzo’s first official presser of 2023, he doubled-down on what he said last month at his annual Hot Stove event in regards to his current farm system.
Every offseason, you hope that some of your pitchers would work on their repertoires and come into camp with improvements. Washington Nationals‘ fans were spoiled by Max Scherzer. He was the hardest working player the Nats had, and he was … Continue reading →
Quite a few of the articles I post here are the result of an email or Twitter DM conversation with Ghost/Steve. And this one is no exception. I suggested one on why do you like baseball and Steve suggested an … Continue reading →