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Meneses, Abrams, and Vargas have changed the dynamics for the Washington Nationals!

The date was August 14 when Luis Garcia was placed on the IL with a groin injury, which then opened the door for rookie CJ Abrams at shortstop. Abrams would join a group of mostly career minor leaguers plus veterans … Continue reading

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A glimpse into the future was seen last night in the Nats top performers!

We saw a glimpse of the future last night for the Washington Nationals, and it was encouraging to see one of the team’s top prospects, Josiah Gray, turn in a very good outing over his 5.0 innings last night. Add … Continue reading

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Setting Up Outdoor Sports In Your Neighborhood: How To Do It Efficiently

Setting Up Outdoor Sports In Your Neighborhood: How To Do It Efficiently   The enjoyment that one gets with sports outdoor is like nothing else. There are tons of sports that can be played outside such as baseball, basketball, football, … Continue reading

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How Juan Soto Can Become the Face of Baseball

Juan Soto will play the 2021 MLB regular season at the age of 22, and hopefully the World Series at 23. He’s already a bona fide superstar. The hope and expectation in Washington is that he will remain at the … Continue reading

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Confidence, a plan and a mind-set in the batter’s box for Juan Soto who is never scared!

The Washington Nationals had a 75.6 percent loss probability when Juan Soto stepped up to the plate against Josh Hader in the 8th inning of the Wild Card game on October 1, 2019. An outfield single could tie the game, … Continue reading

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Updated: Today is “cut” day to 28 and on the surface it seems clear, but it never is. The 2 cuts were Bonifacio and Bourque.

Teams will be trying to trade players as one option to get to twenty-eight players which is now the new limit for roster sizes for the rest of the year. MLB was supposed to have one more cut to twenty-six … Continue reading

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Signs, signs, everywhere were signs! Sign stealing, sign confiscating, and sign waving! The #Nats 2019 season of signs!

Signs in baseball are usually thought of as the sign language used by catchers and pitchers in communicating a pitch call. That system has been used for nearly four score and seven years. Simply one finger down is the fastball … Continue reading

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You’ve been here all year while others jump on the Nats bandwagon! Welcome!

When a member of the media like Kelly Collis gets into the stadium with a Nats Plus pass and e-tickets at the centerfield gates instead of a press pass, you have to be impressed. The Nats Plus pass signifies that … Continue reading

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A day of fundamentals in #Nats camp

February 21, 2019 Report Apparently I look like I know some stuff. Fans, stadium staff, waiters and others asked me a lot of baseball questions today. (Unfortunately, more than half were about he-who-is-still-not-signed).

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We are in the “Cold Stove” portion of the year with HOF inductees. #Nats

Yesterday, Sonny Gray was traded and that was the only move going into the final week and a half of January. Reports seemed to indicate that the Washington Nationals were not “in” on Sonny Gray which was no surprise as … Continue reading

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