Category Archives: Roster

Nats Look To Rebuild After A Disappointing Season

As of August 28th, the Washington Nationals still own the worst record in the MLB, but there are signs of life as they have gone 6-8 in the past two weeks. Currently, sitting at 43-85, the Nats are already looking … Continue reading

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The Best Use of What’s Left of ‘22

There are different thresholds of devotion of the baseball fan. The most obvious is continued allegiance in the face of losing. Then there is our shared level, which is continued engagement. As the calendar churns toward Indian Summer, however, most … 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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The 2023 roster of the Washington Nationals

When we try to project a 2023 roster for the Washington Nationals, much of it will depend on the new ownership for the team and how they want general manager Mike Rizzo to approach free agency. If the team is … Continue reading

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The 30 Year Rookie Who is Tearing Up The MLB

Who is Joey Meneses? As a result of the Juan Soto trade on August 2nd, minor leaguer Joey Meneses got the call-up to the big leagues for the first time in his career. Meneses was born in 1992, making him … 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 future of the Nats management under new ownership

One of the things that regular posters like to speculate about frequently on this site is when changes in management might be made once the sale of the Nationals to Michael Kim, or Josh Harris, or David Rubenstein and Ted … Continue reading

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Predicting the Future Lineups of the Washington Nationals through 2026

  The Washington Nationals are currently in a complete re-build. The first of many signs of that came after trading away Trea Turner and Max Scherzer last season at the trade deadline. Now, GM Mike Rizzo, has traded away Juan … Continue reading

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A visit to watch the FCL Nats

My boy and I had a chance to visit the FCL Nats Friday and watch them drop a 7-0 game to the Marlins. The most impressive aspect of the game was the Marlins infield defense. Watching their 3B, and especially … Continue reading

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The Glimmers You May Not Have Noticed

Amidst this lost season, we’ve watched TalkNats faithful transform like never before into avid followers of the farm. For years, Luke Erickson at Nationals Prospects has lit the lamp with “Last Night in Hagerstown,” and “Good, Bad, Interesting” takes merging … Continue reading

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