Category Archives: Prospects

Third base will have some competition in Spring Training!

At the Washington Nationals’ Ballpark Bash, general manager Mike Rizzo said that he expected Carter Kieboom to be back and healthy to compete during Spring Training for the third baseman’s position for the 2023 season. But Rizzo said he would … Continue reading

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The Rule-5 add-ons to the 40-man roster are due Tuesday at 6 pm!

Rosters will be shaken up big-time by Tuesday at 6pm ET. That marks the deadline to add Rule-5 eligible players onto the 40-man roster or risk them from being drafted by other teams on the final day of the Winter … Continue reading

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Baseball America’s core of the Nats’ future!

Going from the rankings of the Washington Nationals top prospects yesterday, to what the core of the team looks like is easy to do at the present. But looking a few years into the future is like dreaming. Again, a year … Continue reading

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The 2022 acquisitions to the Nats’ system were transformative!

Before the 2022 draft and trade deadline, the Washington Nationals farm system was getting ranked as the worst farm system in baseball. It had been as high as №22 by MLB Pipeline right after the 2021 trade deadline when the Nats … Continue reading

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Fredericksburg has the second game of their playoffs tonight!

All season, manager Jake Lowery’s Fredericksburg Nationals’ team has overcome obstacles to win, and they are now a game away from winning their best-of-3-game playoff series against the Lynchburg Hillcats. On Tuesday night, in an incredible playoff atmosphere at Virginia … Continue reading

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Nationals No. 1 Prospect, Robert Hassell III, Heating Up

The Washington Nationals top prospect is starting to get the bat going heading into the last part of the season. While he got off to a slow start in his time in the Nats’ system, everyone knew it was just … Continue reading

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10 Under the Radar Players to Get Excited About in the Nats Farm System

The Washington Nationals are in a position where it is am opportune time to look forward to the players in the farm system during this rebuild. After the trade deadline and 2022 draft, the Nats added some extremely talented big-name … Continue reading

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Rebuilds have one thing in common

All rebuilds have one thing in common: they are painful for fans. The rest is how you approach it, and none are exactly the same — but many blow it. The Angels, Tigers, Rangers, and White Sox come to mind on … Continue reading

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C.J. Abrams set to be called up to Nats Park!

The first prospect piece, from the August trade deadline deal between the Washington Nationals and the Padres, is getting a call-up. That player is C.J. Abrams. We reported through a source this afternoon that Abrams, the №11 prospect in all of … Continue reading

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The Travel Travails of Jackson Rutledge

This short Point-CounterPoint is a lightly edited Twitter DM exchange between Don and Steve that occurred after Jackson Rutledge‘s last start. Looks like Rutledge has a traveling issue 😃. The former 1st round pick (17th overall) of the Washington Nationals … Continue reading

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