Category Archives: SpringTraining

What will the Nats roster look like on Opening Day?

You have to think that the Washington Nationals roster is almost completed for what will be revealed on Opening Day which is just nine short days away from today. There are just six remaining Spring Training games on the schedule … Continue reading

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Bumpy Roads to Beautiful Places? The New Prospect Lists and the Developmental Horizon

The updated prospect lists are interesting, especially when we view the early spring training action and those we see up close. The Nationals now have the unsettled feeling of a second division-team, despite the bold stroke of recruiting Nelson Cruz. … Continue reading

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Who the heck is that guy? New faces and NRIs at #Nats spring training 2022!

The lockout is over, the time has come: It’s spring training at West Palm Beach. The Washington Nationals are welcoming back some old friends, getting to know some new additions, and, as usual, trialing more than a handful of non-roster … Continue reading

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Nelson Cruz is a luxury item; Nats make their biggest move of the winter!

Yes, technically it is still winter in atmospherical terms for another five days. While the Boys of Summer are in Spring Training, the lock-out has made the month of March a frenzy to make final pre-Opening Day roster moves. The … Continue reading

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Updated: A visitor’s guide to Spring Training in West Palm Beach (for Nationals fans)

An early look around Palm Beach County for fun during the National’s Spring Training* *Check the Web Sites listed for location, hours of operation and contact information. \ We are locals living in Palm Beach County, and Steve M. asked … Continue reading

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Spring Training camps are officially open!

For players living in the U.S., three days notice to get to Spring Training camps is much easier than those needing international flights from the Dominican Republic and especially from Venezuela.

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The Nats are stocking up on infielders!

If it looks like the Washington Nationals are stocking up on infielders, you would be right. Long gone are the days when you could pencil in Anthony Rendon on the hot corner, and Trea Turner with Howie Kendrick up the … Continue reading

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Game #24 is the #Nats Grapefruit League finale in 2021!

Today wraps up the 2021 Grapefruit League schedule for the Washington Nationals. After the game, they will head to the airport aboard their charter flight back to Washington, D.C. This finale will be with their Ballpark of the Palm Beaches’ … Continue reading

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Game #23 and we finally have MASN TV coverage!

With only two games remaining on the Grapefruit League schedule, the Nationals monopolistic television provider, the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network (MASN), has finally shown up to broadcast a game. Well, better late than never as they say. With the Nats ownership … Continue reading

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Game #22 is back in Port St. Lucie to face the Mets one more time before Opening Day!

One last trip to Port St. Lucie for the 2021 Grapefruit League season for the Washington Nationals against the Mets, and these teams will face each other in six days in a much different setting for Opening Day. The Nats … Continue reading

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