Nats back in last

Since last week’s discussion wasn’t really about the Nationals per se, we have some 2 weeks of play to discuss here. The most important thing is that the Nats have found a way to score so...

Notes from week one

The first week of the season was uninspiring. In case you missed it, here’s how it played out: Game 1 (4/2): John Patterson was shelled in his first outing and all over the internet (ESPN, cnns...

Observations from Around the League

As the season kicks off today, a little look around the REST of the league, based solely on emotion and personal opinion, without all the fancy stat talk… The Red Sox are the popular choice to ...

Blognostication, what a word

One of our brethren sites, Ballwonk, has issued The 2007 Nationals Progdown Blognostication Credibility Challenge. All Nationals bloggers brave enough to put their credibility on the line post in the...

Nationals Fantasy Time

One of the reasons people are paying more attention to stats these days in baseball is fantasy. After several requests, we created a fantasy primer for the Nats. If it seems lacking in quality player...

Lay of the Land

One of the unfortunate circumstances for this Nationals team is they are forced to play in the NL East in 2007. Even the Nationals could surprise people (by finishing second-to-last) if the were allo...

Lineup Shuffle

With all the stats talked about in this blog, there is nothing more important than Runs. Well, ok – wins and losses. But runs scored vs runs allowed by a team determines whether they win a game...

…ending with the outfield

Rounding out our analysis of individual players this week, let’s take a look at the players expected to roam the mighty plains of RFK’s outfield this season… Austin Kearns As the definite...

A visit to the mound

The Nationals Review is overwhelmed by the response from being posted as a link in the DC Sports Bog in the Washington Post. Thanks to Dan for linking us there, and thanks everyone for checking us ou...