Pre-season Nats Poll

Dave at the Nationals News Network sent out a poll to the Nationals’ bloggers, or as we are sometimes called, the DC Internet Baseball Writer’s Association. He’s polling the group, ...

Pennant Payouts and MLB Futures

Baseball Prospectus has an interesting offshoot of their projections called the Playoff Odds Report. Unlike much of the really great stuff on their site, this one is free for anyone to see. Starting ...

Lannan’s Improved Mechanics

Last night I saw an interview with John Lannan on CSN, and he discussed his trip down to the minors last season. He basically said that his delivery was screwed up thanks to an arm injury that threw ...

PECOTA Adjusts for Playing Time

Last week, Baseball Prospectus came out with their PECOTA predictions for the Nationals, and it wasn’t pretty. This week, they came out with their depth charts. This is basically their predicti...

Bernadina’s Power Push

If you paid attention to the DC baseball world yesterday, be it on a website or on twitter, the talk of the day seemed to be Roger Bernadina‘s massive muscles. The pictures don’t lie, tho...

Pujols Effect

Albert Pujols is probably the best player in baseball right now. He is, probably, 31 years old. His career line is .331/.426/.624, with 408 HRs. He has the minimum 10 years to make the Hall of Fame, ...

Hope for a Healthy Wang

Everyone out there is trying to name the Nats rotation before the season begins, and while they have a group of guys that could fit the bill, it is tough to say that any one player has a guaranteed s...

Nationals Surnacronyms

Rob Neyer has been all about the surnacronym game this week, but I have noticed a serious lack of Washington players. So, as a response, I tried to go through much of the starting lineup and create o...

Worst Nats Seasons, By Position

On Monday, we took a look at the best season by a Nats player at each position. One of the not so surprising results was how many members of the 2005 that went 81-81 made the list. It’s the bes...