Good Job, Rizzo, Please Leave

After pulling off a great trade with the Pirates, unloading some of the veteran talent and signing some pitcher, Mike Rizzo is reportedly being canned. Whaaaaaaa? Seems to me like if that you do ever...

The Obligatory Strasburg Post

Alright, maybe the last post was a bit over the top, but that feeling of relief and excitement is genuine. The Nats got their guy, and now it’s up to him to perform and succeed. He’s got ...

Next Stop, 6 Straight Cy Young Awards

What, is that too much hyperbole? Strasburg doesn’t have to win all of them, other Washington pitchers can get a few. Finally, the long Nationals nightmare is over. What’s left to say? I,...

Being Lazy, Getting Beaten by Hustle

In sports, when you don’t use your head, you open yourself up to getting beat. This warning has has played out to be truth time and time again for the Nats. Whether it’s a baserunning blu...

Runs Created in the Middle

The Nats lineup is looking pretty potent these days, just like it did at the beginning of the season. Back then, Guzman was hitting like a champ, and the Johnson-Zimmerman–Dunn combo was unstop...

Who’s Around to Help?

In September, as you may know, baseball teams expand their rosters. Anyone on the 40 man roster can be on the team. And if they want to do something like drop someone who won’t even be playing ...

Just As Things Started Looking Up

Terribly disappointing news for the Nationals came out yesterday, as the infamous Dr. James Andrews recommended Tommy John surgery for Jordan Zimmermann. There isn’t much that you can do except...

Nats and Zimmerman Stay Hot, He Hits #24

The Nationals keep on winning, now at 6 in a row, and my obsession with the arbitrary number of 30 continues. That’s right, Ryan Zimmerman hit yet another HR last night, bringing him to 24 on t...

Sweep Revenge, Zim Hits #23

The sweep smell of success… sweep satisfaction… How sweep it is… I really haven’t had to think of these in a while, so it’s difficult. The Nats finally beat the Florida ...