Category Archives: Prospects

Baseball America’s Top 100 rankings mid-season update; Luis Garcia up-to-date!

There is a new mid-season update from Baseball America that has Carter Kieboom ranked as their 17th top prospect, and Luis Garcia as their 100th top prospect. No other Nats players made the list as expected. As always on that … Continue reading

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If Howie Kendrick didn’t hurt his back, Kieboom’s groin wouldn’t have magically healed!

When Howie Kendrick was suddenly scratched from Wednesday’s lineup with upper back stiffness, Carter Kieboom’s groin mysteriously healed simultaneously, and he was inserted into the lineup. Yes, the groin they said kept him from moving laterally was healed. It had … Continue reading

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Source: Cavalli headed to the 60-man pool; All #Nats non-teenage prospects in camp except Denaburg; Nats sign 9 undrafted amateurs

From our sourced report this morning, newly signed first round pick, Cade Cavalli, was added to the 60-man player pool. All of the Nats top-10 prospects are in camp except for Mason Denaburg  (№ 7) and teenage prospects like Andry … Continue reading

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Another game, another hit for the teenage prospect Luis Garcia and the man who scouted him: Jonny DiPuglia!

Okay, Jonny DiPuglia has no hits to his record, but the players he has scouted and signed have plenty of key hits on their record and helped the Washington Nationals win a World Series. Another one of Jonny’s youngsters is … Continue reading

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Rizzo Should Make a Trade for…

The defending World Series Champions were an integral part of two of the three biggest stories to emerge from the 2019 Winter Meetings in San Diego (if you thought the third one was Gerrit Cole, you thought wrong ;-).

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Who will be added to the #Nats roster?

It’s the offseason, and things are slow. But while there isn’t much happening in the world of Nationals baseball, that doesn’t mean there’s nothing happening.

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The #Nats farm system and Baseball America rankings

The World Series champs did not trade any top prospects at the trade deadline, and that was welcomed news because the farm system was ranked in the bottom third of all farm systems by every ratings service. Victor Robles was … Continue reading

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Midseason sees new Nats prospects making the top 30!

The Washington Nationals officially have a new Top-30 prospects’ ranking courtesy of’s Jonathan Mayo and Jim Callis. The midseason list, which was posted online Friday, is updated to reflect both the Nats’ new cache of top draftees and international … Continue reading

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Who the heck is that guy? — 2019 edition! New faces at #Nats spring training

It’s that time again! The Washington Nationals have (finally) revealed their slate of non-roster invitees to spring training. We head into camp at West Palm Beach, Florida, eager to see what’s new and different in 2019 from last year’s disappointing … Continue reading

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The 2019 Watchlist

Originally published on I think the “WKRP to Cincinnati” trade is it for 2018, which means it’s safe to put the finishing touches on the Washington Nationals 2019 Watchlist. It feels like this was one of the most difficult … Continue reading

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