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Nats and Mets Clash in Pivotal Series

As the Washington Nationals have begun to make a recent ascent to reaching their full potential, there are many teams still standing in their way. One of them is the New York Mets who are in first place in the … Continue reading

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Nats look to add to the Pirates misery in three game set

The Washington Nationals, for all the bad things that have occurred over the course of the 2021 season, had a strange, but uplifting weekend. Against the team with the best record in the MLB, the Nats not only split the … Continue reading

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Nats Host Giants to Open Homestand

If nothing else, the Washington Nationals showed some true grit over the course of their recent road trip. The Nats came home late Wednesday night/early Thursday morning on what the team likes to call a “happy flight” even though this … Continue reading

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Nats Face Tampa Bay in Hopes of Gaining Momentum

  The Washington Nationals are in desperate need of some victories. This team must pick up wins rapidly, and the road to doing so becomes more difficult. Their next opponent is one of the best teams in the entire MLB: … Continue reading

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Nats Head to Philly Looking to Switch Places in the Standings!

As the Washington Nationals boarded their charter plane from Atlanta to Philadelphia which was delayed a few hours due to inclement weather, there should be a feeling that had not been present for a little while: confidence. Confidence that the … Continue reading

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Trea Turner says again he wants to be a Washington Nationals’ player for life!

When the Nationals traded for Trea Turner as the PTBNL from the Padres, the team landed a key part of their World Series championship season of 2019, and a cornerstone piece of the Nats’ future. How far that future goes … Continue reading

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Currently projected, the Nats infield is near the bottom according to FanGraphs!

To quote Daniel Murphy when he was with the Washington Nationals, “Do you go to FanGraphs at all?” If you did a deep dive into FanGraphs projections, you might know that your Washington Nationals have one of the lowest rated infields in terms … Continue reading

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The MVP was a serious snub when you consider the voter’s criteria!

The MVP voting criteria makes it clear that the myth of an MVP must play for a playoff team has perpetuated into reasoning for snubs. The ballot reads: “The MVP need not come from a division winner or other playoff … Continue reading

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Priority #1 Extend Trea Turner

Over the next few weeks we will go through the Washington Nationals’ priorities we laid out for the off-season. In 2016, Trea Turner looked to be destined for stardom in his rookie season. With all of the negative press on … Continue reading

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Trea Turner has surgery on his finger(s) and he was one of 2019’s miracles!

Baseball fans have seen Jim Abbott pitch and field with one arm, and in 1945 there was Pete Gray who batted with one arm and hit .218 for the Browns and was out of baseball after seventy-seven games as a … Continue reading

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