Category Archives: TMo

8th 18-gamer: One goal achieved ahead of schedule, tougher challenges await

For previous 18 gamers, click here. At the end of the 7th 18-game set, the Nats were 26 games over .500 and stood atop the NL East by 12 1/2 games. The division title seemed assured: the question was not … Continue reading

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The last bench spot competition is less one player #Nats

Mike Rizzo reportedly has placed Tyler Moore on waivers which in turn will remove him off the 40 man roster, and out of the competition for the last bench spot. This doesn’t guarantee that Tyler Moore won’t be a Nat … Continue reading

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UPDATED: The future of the #Nats in Viera

Here is a fantastic group of photos from Gerry Gleckel which gives you a look at several Nats up close. Under the watchful eye of Nick Johnson, the Nats 1st baseman rotated in a group of Ryan Zimmerman, Tyler Moore, … Continue reading

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The Bench before and after Daniel Murphy #Nats

There was quite the discussion on Sunday on what the Washington Nationals 2016 bench could look like for 2016. Bench personnel change and evolve during the course of a 162 game season. Most fans expect Espinosa to be a starter … Continue reading

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Updated: Stammen non-tendered. What’s next for #Nats

Mike Rizzo doesn’t get much rest this time of year, and in a strategic decision non-tendered Craig Stammen as we thought may happen in our comments section 3 days ago based on Gonat’s thoughts that it might happen. Wednesday was … Continue reading

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