Category Archives: Roster

Mock drafts have Skenes to Pittsburgh, Crews to Washington

We are exactly ONE WEEK from the MLB Draft. Do you trust the mock drafts out there or do you expect that the Pittsburgh Pirates will do something crazy on draft day like they have done many times before? When … Continue reading

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Are the playoffs possible for the 2024 Nats?!?

Do you want to see how the Washington Nationals can be a playoff team next year? Look no further than the Miami Marlins as the way back to the postseason. A fun fact: The Marlins have the third best record … Continue reading

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Stephen Strasburg will always be a National legend!

Exactly a baker’s dozen years ago, were you one of the lucky 40,315 fans in a sold-out Nationals Park to witness the “debut”? Is there a true Nats fan who could forget June 8, 2010 when Stephen Strasburg made his … Continue reading

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A glimpse into the future is getting clearer for the Nats!

The name on the front of the jersey belongs to a Minor League affiliate while the patch on their sleeves are emblazoned with the Curly W logo signifying that these players are part of the Washington Nationals organization. There are … Continue reading

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Nationals select Andres Machado from Triple-A Rochester, designate Anthony Banda for assignment

The Nationals announced a pair of roster moves Sunday morning ahead of their 1:35 contest with the Pirates, as they’ve selected the contract of right-hander Andres Machado from Triple-A Rochester and have designated left-hander Anthony Banda for assignment.

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A Strasmas Celebration

On Opening Day, Washington Nationals’ general manager, Mike Rizzo, updated fans on Stephen Strasburg’s progress. Unfortunately, it all but confirmed what many believe: we will be lucky to ever see Strasburg ever throw another pitch. Since signing his record $245 … Continue reading

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Official: Nationals activate Jeter Downs, Place Vargas on the IL

The Washington Nationals announced two roster moves ahead of the second game of their three-game series against the Los Angeles Angels. First, according to Nationals communications, the team has re-called former Red Sox’s top prospect, Jeter Downs, from Triple-A Rochester. … Continue reading

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Minors Monday: Welcome to the Elijah Green show

We’re officially underway at all four levels in the minor leagues, and that prompts the start of Minors Mondays (okay, technically it’s Tuesday) here on TalkNats. (editor’s note: This was written while Monday’s game was in play, prompting us to … Continue reading

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Thoughts of Nats’ Spring Training nearing the halfway mark!

When you are a rebuilding team with a strong farm system like the Washington Nationals, most of the future is being seen in the Minor League side of camp. But general manager Mike Rizzo and manager Dave Martinez must build … Continue reading

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Who the heck is that guy? #Nats field guide to 2023 spring training

At last, 2023 spring training is upon us! The birds are singing in West Palm Beach, and soon the air will be filled with the glorious sounds of bat hitting ball and ball hitting mitt. It’s time once again for … Continue reading

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