Category Archives: Schedule

The $60M Question: How Do You Schedule 60 Games?

Hopefully later today we will get the details for how MLB is going to construct a 60 game schedule for each team. Based on previous reporting it is likely a given that the schedule will be East vs. East, Central … Continue reading

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It’s An Asterisk Season; Outside the Box Scheduling

Update. So do MLB Execs read TalkNats? Inquiring minds would like to know. Bob Nightengale wrote this article MLB discussing plan to start season in late June, playing in home stadiums with realigned league and it looks pretty similar to what … Continue reading

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Win the World Series; Open the Season at Home

Seems like a no-brainer, right? A team that wins the World Series should get to open the next season in their home ballpark, not on the road. Well, if the season had gone as planned, the World Series Champion Washington … Continue reading

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#Nats Season Ticket Plans to Share | Join in!

The Washington Nationals used to offer a season ticket partnership site to find other ticket partners, and with that not available for this season, we decided to create a feature for season ticket holders to meet potential ticket partners. Joining … Continue reading

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#Nats Pitchers & Catchers report on Valentine’s Day

We learned today that the date is finally set for the Washington Nationals pitchers and catchers to report to Spring Training camp is on Valentine’s Day. H/T to Laura Peebles on noticing that February 14th was marked as -the- day. … Continue reading

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The Off-Season Calendar and Deadlines and #Nats Free Agents

The off-season calendar officially began yesterday.  Below are some important dates for your off-season calendar which began in rapid fire yesterday as the Nationals watched 11 of their current players file for free agency and a 12th was added when … Continue reading

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Anticipating the Playoff Rotation: Who will Be on the Bump When?

A few weeks ago, we had a very active discussion of what might be, or should be, the starting pitching rotation in the playoffs, particularly the pros and cons of pitching Max and/or Stras on 3-days rest at certain strategic … Continue reading

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Talk Nats and Friends Trip to CitiField is on! Saturday June 17, 2017

I am very excited to be helping to plan the 1st Annual TalkNats Trip to CitiField Event on Saturday, June 17, 2017!!!! This is going to be a fun event for all Nats fans and friends who want to join … Continue reading

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The off-season will officially start on November 3rd. Here is your off-season calendar!

The off-season calendar officially begins on Thursday November 3rd.  Below are some important dates for your off-season calendar: November 7th: 5 days after the World Series ends at 5pm EST sets the deadline for teams to make their QO’s (Qualified Offer) … Continue reading

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Fifth 18-gamer: A breakout for the Nats?

Fortuitously for your faithful contributor who needed a little more time to pull together a post, the Nats 90th game of the season was last Sunday, with five days before the next game.  So this 5th 18-gamer of the year … Continue reading

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