Early Minor League Report

Remember Bryce Harper‘s poor start in low-A? Well, his current stat line doesn’t. He’s now up to .323/.425/.645 with 5 HRs in 73 PAs. He’s played mostly RF in his time there, ...

Is This the Worst Bullpen in the NL?

Bullpens can be measure in plenty of different ways, but we know ERA doesn’t tell the whole story. Anyone who’s on base when a starter leaves gets charged to the starter if he scores, mea...

Desmond’s Up to 7, How Many More?

Yesterday Ian Desmond committed his 7th error of this young season. He is once again leading the NL in errors committed, although this time he is tied with Starlin Castro. Last year he beat Castro, t...

Small Signs of Life

The start of the season has seen some good starting pitching and some offensive funktitude from the Nats. While Jayson Werth isn’t yet doing much to impress on offense – 1 HR this weekend...

This Could Be the Best Ankiel Has

I know it’s early, and we don’t want to worry too much about statistics. A bunch of hitters on this team have started off slowly, and most of them will probably recover. Similarly, Wilson...

A Tale of Two Swings

The Nationals have not been hitting that well so far this season. This week was better than the first couple, thanks to some high scoring games, so there might not be too much to worry about. And som...

The Week I Missed

After bring out of the country for a week, I’m back and ready to take a look at what is going on with the Nats. First of all, Ryan Zimmerman got hurt right after I left, and it appears that his...

A Getaway Friday

Last night’s game seemed like the kind of game that the Nats never win. Heck, they had a similar game the night before and blew it. The difference was this time the Nats came back to score, the...

The Bright Side of a Blowout

Some might accuse me as an eternal optimist on the Nats, although I like to think of myself as a realist. Then again, why would I spend my free time writing about the team if I was inherently negativ...