Austin and Nick, the Showdown

Recently, with the acquisition of Josh Willingham, I’ve seen some debate as to who should be starting for the Nats. The premise goes that if you put Willingham in LF, Milledge stays in CF, Duke...

Moose Retiring

A little off the topic of the Nats, Mike Mussina announced his retirement. He was a personal favorite of mine, and that’s why we all like baseball – because there are certain players that...

Finding a Veteran Pitcher, On the Cheap

Last week, in Baseball Prospectus’ NL East preview (it’s here and free if you want to read it), they made a few interesting observations. Additionally, there was some oversight – no...

Another Way to Get Young Players

This article is not even close to an original idea, but the Nats have another opportunity to get young players, the minor league free agent market. One of my favorite baseball writers, Steven Goldman...

Nationals Make Trade, Upgrade

It’s about 13 days since the end of the World Series, and baseball is back. Yesterday, the Nats made a trade. It wasn’t a Matt Holliday type deal, but it was still a major league level de...

The Washington Nationals 2013 Lineup

Now that the offseason has begun, let the speculation begin. This is the 2nd annual “Nationals in 5 years” lineup. Judging Nats prospects without being a scout is more inexact of course, ...

2008 Draft No Big Deal?

Baseball America came out with their top 100 prospects list yesterday… There are some interesting things that are worth nothing for Nationals fans. First, Stephen Strasburg is the #1 overall pr...

New Nationals Jerseys

The Nats have showed off their jerseys for 2009. There’s all kind of articles on what it’s all about. I recommend going to the Washington Post, where they even have a link to a very infor...

Washington’s World Series

Now, much like the summer, is a depressing time for Nationals fans - baseball is over, the playoffs have ended, not only did the team not sniff the postseason, the outlook for playing in October 2009...