Jay Jaffe Oughta Come to Nats Park

Jay Jaffe, former Baseball Prospectus mustache/dark beer expert and current Sports Illustrated resident baseball expert (at least I assume that’s your title if your blog has the address mlb.si....

2013 NL East Rankings Part 2: The Pitchers

In our last episode, we took a look at the NL East position players, giving out 5 points for the best player at each position, 1 point for the worst. The Nats and the Braves dominated the competition...

Welcome to the New Look Nationals Review

I’ve finally done it. Thanks to my buddies at JMaverick Design, I’ve gone ahead and updated the site. I expect there might be a few more bells and whistles added down the road thanks to A...

Harper’s Projection Problem

A couple of weeks ago, I dissected the PECOTA projections for the Nats, and mentioned why I thought some of them might be inaccurate. The first one I discussed as probably being a bit off was Bryce H...

USA and Gio Get a Win

Team USA started out the second round of the WBC with a big win over a strong Puerto Rico team. This was thanks in no small part to two NL East stars from last year – David Wright and the Nats&...

Rendon’s Spring Success

Anthony Rendon is doing just what he wanted to do in Spring Training – get noticed. Of course, ranking 17th on Keith Law’s prospect list and 35th on Baseball Prospectus’ list, its s...