We have our final game of the Grapefruit League schedule today, and then the Washington Nationals head to their charter jet for their trek to Washington, D.C. There could be some question as to who is on the plane after … Continue reading →
This is Patrick Corbins’ final tune-up before Opening Day in five days on regular rest. You would have thought they would have aligned Corbin to get that extra day of rest, and maybe they go easier on him today on … Continue reading →
This is Chad Kuhl‘s final tune-up in Grapefruit League play this year as the 12-10-2 Washington Nationals take on the Cardinals in West Palm Beach.
We have some evening baseball at the Ballpark of the Palm Beaches with the Washington Nationals as the visiting team against the Houston Astros. The Astros will pitch the other Luis Garcia and the Nats have Trevor Williams on the … Continue reading →
This will be MacKenzie Gore‘s final tune-up in Grapefruit League play this year as the 11-9-2 Washington Nationals take on the Yankees in West Palm Beach. The good news is that manager Dave Martinez for the first time this year … Continue reading →
Winter is officially over. Spring has sprung and hopefully the sun is shining where you are. The Washington Nationals are in Jupiter today to face the Cardinals. It is Josiah Gray for the Nats and Jack Flaherty for the Cardinals.
For a Spring Training game it does not get better than Justin Verlander on the mound for the New York Mets. If we had vintage Patrick Corbin of 2019, we would call this a pitcher’s duel. Oh well, let’s see … Continue reading →
While most minor leaguers will stay behind in West Palm Beach into April as they work in the warm weather before most depart for Fredericksburg, Wilmington, Harrisburg, and Rochester, there might be a lucky few who will get chosen by … Continue reading →
The wind was blowing out to left field yesterday and the Washington Nationals got some of the luck of the Irish to take advantage of the stiff breeze with an 8-run explosion in the last inning to come-from-behind and steal … Continue reading →
Happy St. Patrick’s Day. The Washington Nationals got some of the luck of the Irish and have clawed back to .500 with a win in yesterday’s game to improve to 8-8-1. Not that Spring Training wins are indicative of what … Continue reading →