Category Archives: Roster

Harrisburg Senators 2021 Roster Preview – What Doesn’t Glitter is Still Plenty Interesting

Embed from Getty Images With the Nationals slowly rebuilding prospect depth with more quality recent drafts than early years, and the paucity of breakthrough position talent at the AAA level, Harrisburg naturally draws attention for who might be poised to … Continue reading

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May Madness – Reading into the Minor League Rosters

For well over a year, we have been forced to settle for blurbs from the alternative training site, unexpected promotions to the major league level of overlooked talents like Dakota Bacus, Kyle McGowin, Seth Romero, and Yadiel Hernandez, the procession … Continue reading

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Sam Clay’s MLB debut included strikeouts of Freddie Freeman and Marcell Ozuna!

WASHINGTON D.C. — Major League Baseball debuts for relief pitchers are generally spots made for low lev situations. That was not the spot you would expect to signal in a newbie to face the former Rookie of the Year, Ronald Acuna … Continue reading

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First pitch on Opening Day is hours away and tainted by a positive COVID test!

Welcome to Opening Day 2021! The celebration was somewhat muted after general manager Mike Rizzo addressed the media and informed them that one player tested positive for COVID-19 and four other players and one staff member will be held-out after … Continue reading

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Looking at the #Nats 26-man roster  – The Sum Greater than the Parts. But, Nice Parts!

With respect to the Washington Nationals final roster, I’m almost surprised with how un-surprising things have turned out. General Manager Mike Rizzo and manager Dave Martinez will formally post up their Opening Day roster shortly, and we should probably see … Continue reading

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The Nationals could have MLB’s best outfield

Outfields are made up of a trio of players. AJ Pollock, Mookie Betts, and Cody Bellinger. Marcell Ozuna, Cristian Pache, and Ronald Acuna Jr. Those names may come to mind when prompted with the question, what team has the best … Continue reading

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The Kieboom gamble did not payout as he is optioned to Triple-A

While Nationals Park is ready for the 5,000 fans who are allowed to attend on Opening Day, the Washington Nationals’ roster is not ready. It still feels like a work in progress. What general manager Mike Rizzo envisioned back in … Continue reading

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What’s left to be decided at #Nats spring training camp?

There’s just three Grapefruit League games remaining on the Washington Nationals’ schedule before they head north. Opening Day is less than a week away. We’ve talked a lot about spring training stats, but we know that on Opening Day, everyone … Continue reading

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The #Nats Opening Day starters and projected roster!

Was it ever a question as to who the Washington Nationals’ Opening Day starting pitcher would be? Officially, Max Scherzer was named after today’s game to his sixth Opening Day start by manager Dave Martinez. Joining him will be 25 … Continue reading

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An introduction to the Rochester Red Wings

An introduction to the Rochester Red Wings Ryan Morris Sunsets on Lake Ontario, Abbott’s frozen custard, and Rochester Red Wings baseball. That’s been my summer for as long as I can remember. Thus I was ecstatic to learn my hometown … Continue reading

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