Category Archives: Roster

Is it time to move Juan Soto back to LF?

The news is not good. Juan Soto as measured by defensive WAR (-6.5) tied for last for all fielders, and in StatCast’s Outs Above Average, which is a factual measurement of a fielder’s ability, ranks Juan Soto dead last in … Continue reading

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Nats are in Denver to Face Rockies

Last weekend, the Nationals did something no one anticipated: winning a series in San Francisco. Coming into the series, the Nats were suffering through an eight game losing streak, including a sweep at the hands of the Giants in DC. … Continue reading

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Nats Hope to Find Consistency vs Giants

As tough as the end of the 2021 season was for many Nats fans, the 2022 season might be headed the same way. The previous four game set against the Diamondbacks illustrated this perfectly. The series served as an analogy … Continue reading

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Nats kick off homestand with series against Diamondbacks

Coming off a week-long road trip that saw the Nats go 3-4, they return home with the Arizona Diamondbacks waiting for them. The Diamondbacks are coming to town after dropping two out of three to the Mets in Queens over … Continue reading

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Nats Look to stay hot against Pirates

Over the course of the season, there are certain series between teams that are bound to attract national attention. Whether it is between two teams that are contending for a World Series or bitter rivals, some games simply mean more … Continue reading

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Nats Head on the Road for First Time in 2022

The 2022 MLB season is truly getting going as the second week of action kicks off with the Nationals going to Atlanta to face the Braves. The two teams look vastly different from the last time they faced off in … Continue reading

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The roster took an unexpected turn yesterday!

Just when you thought you had the Washington Nationals’ roster figured out, Andrew Stevenson, the veteran pinch-hitter was DFA’d, and reliever Tyler Clippard was sent to minor league camp.

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What will the Nats roster look like on Opening Day?

You have to think that the Washington Nationals roster is almost completed for what will be revealed on Opening Day which is just nine short days away from today. There are just six remaining Spring Training games on the schedule … Continue reading

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Nationals 2022 Position Preview: Bullpen Edition

For as long as the Washington Nationals have been around, the single Achilles Heel that has continued to rear its head, has been the bullpen. Rarely have the Nats been able to assemble an arm barn that is capable of … Continue reading

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2022 Washington Nationals Position by Position Preview: Lineup Edition

Every great team that has been thrust into immortality for the Nationals had one thing in common: they could hit the ball and put up some runs. Last year, even after trading many key contributors, the Nats were still able … Continue reading

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