Category Archives: Roster

The Nats 2023 roster revisited and projections from FanGraphs!

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

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FA Starters Who Eat Innings, and Who Would You Choose?

With Erick Fedde non-tendered you have to hope that the Nationals are serious about signing some FA pitchers. DonH, Ghost and I collaborated on creating this table. Ideally pitchers who both eat innings and have quality starts are desirable. A … Continue reading

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Third base will have some competition in Spring Training!

At the Washington Nationals’ Ballpark Bash, general manager Mike Rizzo said that he expected Carter Kieboom to be back and healthy to compete during Spring Training for the third baseman’s position for the 2023 season. But Rizzo said he would … Continue reading

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The Rule-5 add-ons to the 40-man roster are due Tuesday at 6 pm!

Rosters will be shaken up big-time by Tuesday at 6pm ET. That marks the deadline to add Rule-5 eligible players onto the 40-man roster or risk them from being drafted by other teams on the final day of the Winter … Continue reading

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Ownership, MASN, Rizzo, roster, and free agency!

Once again, we put Ted Leonsis into our headlines yesterday as he is still the clear frontrunner to buy the Washington Nationals if the team is sold. Leonsis heads Monumental Sports & Entertainment that owns the Wizards and Capitals as … Continue reading

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The offseason begins!

The 2022 World Series is in the books as the Houston Astros, playing in their fourth Fall Classic out of the past six, defeated the Philadelphia Phillies on Saturday, Nov. 5. What does that mean for the Washington Nationals?

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A sleeper in the mix with Jackson Tetreault

There was one starting pitcher for the Washington Nationals who was kind of forgotten about. His name is Jackson Tetreault. Who? Right, he was only up for four starts with the Nats as he replaced Stephen Strasburg on June 14 after Stras … Continue reading

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Baseball America’s core of the Nats’ future!

Going from the rankings of the Washington Nationals top prospects yesterday, to what the core of the team looks like is easy to do at the present. But looking a few years into the future is like dreaming. Again, a year … Continue reading

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Ownership, the budget, and Stephen Strasburg!

So much hinges on the 2023 budget for player payroll for every team. For the  Washington Nationals, this will be a budget that will have great impact on how much the team can improve in 2023 and beyond. What we … Continue reading

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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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