Category Archives: Prospects

Spring Training Top-30 prospects rankings

The Washington Nationals have the best outfield prospects in all of baseball with Dylan Crews and James Wood as Baseball Prospectus ranked the pair at №5 and №7 respectively of baseball’s best prospects. Third baseman Brady House is ranked №69, … Continue reading

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A big week for Rule 5 protection and non-tender decisions!

Tomorrow is “Rule 5 day” to add any eligible players, that a team wants to protect, to their 40-man roster, and Friday is the non-tender deadline. For the Washington Nationals, they should have a clear path to the Rule 5, … Continue reading

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Baseball America’s prospect projections for the Washington Nationals and FanGraphs numbers

Didn’t the 1971 Washington Senators just win the World Series? To see two of baseball’s Top-7 overall prospects donning Senators jerseys has to bring back some visions of grandeur. The 2024 Washington Nationals will almost certainly be tapping in on … Continue reading

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Official: Nats have promoted Eddie Longosz to VP of Player Development

The Washington Nationals made their promotion official with Eddie Longosz taking on the position of Vice President and Assistant General Manager of Player Development and Administration in an announcement by Nationals President of Baseball Operations and General Manager, Mike Rizzo.

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Nats coaching and front office staff changes!

While the Washington Nationals re-upped, with shiny new contracts, for manager Dave Martinez at the end of August and his boss, Mike Rizzo, in mid-September, most of Martinez’s coaches did not have their contracts extended per Britt Ghiroli of The … Continue reading

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Is Top Prospect Dylan Crews from LSU going to make the Nationals a Postseason Team in 2024?

As the dust of the 2023 MLB Draft settles, Washington Nationals fans will spend the offseason on free agency and will turns their attention to the promising minor league top prospects hoping to revitalize and redefine this team. One such … Continue reading

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The Senators had Washington’s future stars for dinner!

This was not a politico dinner of senators from the US Capitol, rather a Double-A Harrisburg Senators’ postgame meal courtesy of Dylan Crews for his debut game. For those who do not know, Harrisburg is a minor league affiliate of … Continue reading

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Reports: Dylan Crews promoted to Double-A Harrisburg, Morales and Pinckney to Wilmington

The Washington Nationals are promoting second-overall pick Dylan Crews to Double-AA Harrisburg after 62 at-bats in Single-A Fredericksburg, according to ESPN’s Buster Olney.

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MLB Pipeline rankings are updated on the same day as Nats top prospects rake!

In consecutive games, James Wood and Robert Hassell III smashed home runs as part of their multi-hit games. Almost across the board, the Washington Nationals top prospects had big nights, and it kept going this morning as Elijah Green started … Continue reading

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Hassell and Green said, “What about us?”

After monster nights on Tuesday for the three top prospects, Dylan Crews, James Wood, and Brady House , transition to Wednesday, and Wood and House shined again, but none as much as Robert Hassell III who went homer, double, and … Continue reading

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