Finishing up with the Outfield

We’ve looked at the starting pitching and the infield, so it makes sense to look at the Nationals outfield for the upcoming season. Austin Kearns is the guy who probably has a daily job pretty ...

On to the Infield

Alright, last time we examined what starting pitching was available, and who would be used. Outside of the starters, the bullpen is probably the most stable slash best part of the team. We know Corde...

Free Agent Hitters in ’08

Alright, so we looked at the Free Agent pitching and didn’t see too much to get excited about. Time for the position players. Before we get going let’s think about where we definitely sho...

The team stats – ’07 vs ’06

It’s over, and as much as you’d like to say that finishing 7-9 is no fun, it’s hard to say this season has been disappointing. Here are a look at some of the stats from last year co...

Nats OF… so many spots, so little power

As we speak, the Nationals OF isn’t looking that pretty. Who deserves a spot next season? Austin Kearns, entering the prime of his career (27 years old) was supposed to hit about .275 with 25+ ...

WiMo’s response…

Wily Mo Pena, an avid reader of The Nationals Review (in my head, at least) responded to my comments by going 3 for 4 with 2 HRs. It raises his OPS to .890, ranking him #8 in the NL and #14 in the ma...

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...