Brad Meyers Returns

Today the Yankees returned Rule 5 pick from the Nationals, Brad Meyers. In order to keep him, he had to be on the 25 man roster all year. Instead he was on the DL all year except for one rehab game i...

The LaRoche Saga

When we discuss the construction of the 2013 Nationals, the linchpin player is Adam LaRoche. It’s hard to figure out what other moves will be made until his situation is finalized. It’s w...

Big Improvements in 2012 – Part 2

Yesterday, we took at look at some of the things that were the biggest steps forward in 2012 for the pitching staff. I’m trying to concentrate on things that were both new and sustainable. Sust...

Big Improvements in 2012 – Part 1

2012 was quite a season for the Washington Nationals, and there are big things that happened this year which should get you fired up for next season. This season was a huge step forward, 18 more wins...

Post Apocalypse

Timing is everything, isn’t it? Think about some of your friends from high school or college, friends of yours for maybe 2 or 10 or 25 or more years. If they were born a few months later or ear...

While You’re Wearing Out the Carpet

If you’re pacing back and forth, worrying about yesterday’s game, take heart, you’re not the only one. In actuality, both teams come into Washington with some reason to be excited. ...

Nats Win Their First Playoff Game Ever

It seems like every day, history is being made for this team. A win in the postseason was a pretty good way for the franchise to introduce itself, and the game was an exciting one. Here are the bigge...

MLB 2012 Award Picks

Here’s my take on the big awards: AL MVP – Mike Trout I’ll get the most contentious one out of the way first. I picked Trout over Miguel Cabrera not because of WAR (which I do like)...

Historical Happening

Yesterday at Nats Park, a truly historic event took place. No, I’m not talking about the Teddy victory, which somehow made the cover of the Washington Post. I like the president’s race, i...

A National Day of Celebration

Today you can look at your Washington Nationals and call them the NL East Division Champions. Soak that in – it’s a great feeling. It may have happened earlier than most of us (including ...