Category Archives: SpringTraining

Game #28 & #29 Cole vs Cole and the debut of Jeremy Hellickson in split squad games!

The pitchers in the photo above are the current clubhouse leaders  in ERA (sort of). It is hard to compare apples to apples because Fedde has done most of his work in relief and is actually tied with Tommy Milone … Continue reading

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Game #27 Nationals have a night game for last Grapefruit trip outside of Palm Beach County

The early season games against the New York Mets had Tim Tebow in the starting line-up against the Washington Nationals. By the time Tebow was sent down to the the minor leagues, he was batting .056 with a shocking 61.1% … Continue reading

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Game #26 Only 3 regulars in the line-up; Ryan Zimmerman not in the cards

Opening Day is a week from tomorrow, and Daniel Murphy finally told us what we already knew that he would not be on the roster as he nurses his knee back to health. Ryan Zimmerman will be on the roster, … Continue reading

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Game #25 the Nationals play the Marlins in West Palm Beach

The Nationals will send Stephen Strasburg to the mound to face the Marlins’ rightie Odrisamer Despaigne. Yesterday the Nationals got smoked by these Marlins as they put up a 6-spot on Max Scherzer and tacked on 3 more against Shawn … Continue reading

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Game #24 Max Scherzer lined up for Cincy on March 29th

When Nationals manager Dave Martinez set up his rotation in south Florida, it became evident that Max Scherzer was going to pitch in the number one spot in the rotation followed by Stephen Strasburg, Gio Gonzalez, Tanner Roark and A.J. … Continue reading

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Game #23 Nats head to Jupiter for another game with the Cardinals; A.J. Cole starts

Today marks the last full week of Grapefruit League play as the Nationals head home one week from today after next Sunday’s game against the Cardinals. Time flies it seems kind of like the long-balls yesterday. The Nationals blasted three … Continue reading

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Game #22 The time is right for Adam Eaton, Michael Taylor, and Jeremy Hellickson #58 with some luck of the Irish!

There will be a new face in the Washington Nationals camp today as Jeremy Hellickson joins the Nationals as a free agent signing on a Minor League deal, but the biggest news is there will be a new face in … Continue reading

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Game #21 Gio takes on the Cardinals after a night of March Madness

If you follow your favorite Nationals players on social media, you know many of them spent their evenings glued to their televisions watching the NCAA tournament as Sean Doolittle made an alternate bracket with Buffalo going all the way ahead … Continue reading

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Game #20 Giving two weeks notice; Opening Day just 14 days away!

Yesterday was an off-day which means today Nationals’ manager Dave Martinez must click the “On” switch. There are only 11 dates remaining after today with games scheduled. Time is drawing nigh as they used to say. When will we see … Continue reading

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Game #19 and a Sweet Sixteen days to Opening Day

This game is a night game and televised on MASN as the Nationals welcome the New York Mets to the FITTEAM Ballpark of the Palm Beaches. The scheduled pitchers are Max Scherzer for the Washington Nationals and Zack Wheeler for … Continue reading

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