Nick’s Still Hurt, So Are Other Guys

The news today is that Nick Johnson is getting surgery on his wrist and may be out for the rest of the season, it may bring the end of yet another disappointing season for him. His numbers weren̵...

No Shirt Giveaway on Sunday

The Washington Post’s Nationals Journal confirmed what I mentioned earlier in the week. There will no longer be a t-shirt giveaway for the kiddies this coming Sunday. At least they have made up...

Nats Fire Mariners GM

When the Nationals go in and sweep a team for the first time since September, the victimized team has to take a real look around and assess what’s going on. Unable to cope with the embarrassmen...

A Few Callups and Returns

In the wake of the draft, the Nationals called up a few players from the minor leagues, and sent some guys rigth back down. They also got rid of alleged left handed hitter Rob Mackowiak, who was doin...

The Rest of the Picks

In the first round, the Nationals took Aaron Crow, and I talked about that as much as I could yesterday, I really don’t have any new info on him. There were, however, a few other picks, so let&...

Nats take Aaron Crow

“With the 9th selection in the first round of the 2008 first year players draft, the Washington Nationals select Aaron Crow, a right handed pitcher from the University of Missouri…”...

Who is Aaron Crow?

He is, according to Keith Law, the latest player on the Nats watch list. In keeping with giving you perspective on as many possible picks as I can here we go… Aaron Crow is a right handed colle...

Nationals 2008 Draft Preview

This week, the Major League Baseball First Year Player Draft will be taking place on June 5 (live on ESPN from 2 pm to 6 pm if you’re interested and unemployed). Unlike last season, where the N...