Ankiel’s Addition Clears Nothing Up

The Nats just signed Rick Ankiel, which adds some depth at the very least to the outfield. It also adds a significant amount of confusion. While he remains a great story of baseball redemption, Ankie...

Getting James Loney, In ScatterPlot

Yesterday I went over a cast of LH first basemen, in order to discover and report who might be available through free agency or trade. One of the things that surprised me while doing this was that Ja...

I Got Your Lefties Right Here

The Nats still don’t have a first baseman, and while Derrek Lee is still available, it’s been pointed out that the Nats would be more interested in a lefty. Werth, Zimmerman, Desmond, Wil...

All About Derrek Lee

There is alot of talk around the web that Derrek Lee is the top guy in the sights of Mike Rizzo for first base. Of course, Adam LaRoche is still a strong possibility, but lately I’ve heard alot...

Who’s on First?

Nats rumored first base target Carlos Pena signed with the Cubs on Tuesday for $10 M, and since I never thought it was a good idea to sign him, I am obviously ok with this. I’m not going to get...

Everyone’s Got an Opinion

On the topic of Jayson Werth, there isn’t a lack of opinion’s out there. Some are pretty negative, a few are positive. Here is a collection from some of the non-DC based writers for you t...

Jayson Werth and The Nationals

The talk of Natstown is, understandably so, the signing of Jayson Werth for 7 years and $126 million. The contract is certainly one to discuss, but before I get into that, I’d like to examine t...

Around the Web with Dunn

A few comments found around the internets this morning on the signing of Dunn. Keith Law thought the Nats made the right move: The Washington Nationals, who never had serious interest in bringing Dun...

What’s So Great About Carlos Pena?

Carlos Pena remains in the sights of the Nationals, and I remain confused. I am not sure why the Nats are insistent on pursuing him, as I don’t think he’s that good of a player. But Rizzo...