Opening Night Journal

Ok, it’s overdone, and there are certainly more accomplished writers than me who write journals. But I’m sick of writing previews and I figured the best way to communicate what I felt abo...

New Logo, Philly Phriends, Beer, etc

A couple of things to end this last week before real games start. First of all, you may have noticed a new logo on the top. That is mostly because I have been asked, along with many other Nats blogge...

Looking to the Future

With Opening Day quickly approaching I am getting myself pumped up for the season. People that live on the West Coast or in Florida always tell me I’m crazy to suffer through the winters here (...

Patterson cut

I’m not much for news on this site, I usually try to do weekly analysis of a topic. But John Patterson was cut by the Nats today, and that I had to mention. He had a pretty bad spring, ending w...

NL East Preview 08

Since we’ve had the time to fully dissect the Nationals and what their team will look like, it’s probably not a bad idea to take a look around them. The NL East should once again prove to...

Lineup Shuffle 2008

It’s time for the annual lineup assessment based on Runs Created (RC). Why RC? Well, I like it because it doesn’t discriminate, it isn’t based on what other players do, and it isn&#...

Catching the Nats on TV

MASN released their broadcast schedule for the Nationals this week. And it looks pretty much like the Nats schedule, only with some channels under the times. I counted 18 games against the Mets, 13 o...

Baseball Prospectus Prospects

Baseball Prospectus came out with their Nationals Top 11 prospect list and it is pretty interesting. They have listed two 5 star players, one 4 star, and four 3 star guys. The remaining players are 2...