Werth and Will vs. When

Jayson Werth is not himself these days, and the Nats really miss him. From a poor April and May, to months on the DL, to a dreadful return, this team just isn’t the same without the old Werth. ...

Potential Desmond Moves

Yunel Escobar is batting .322/.370/.411 and is getting All Star consideration. Danny Espinosa is looking great with a .266/.348/.449 line which would give him the 4th highest OPS among all major leag...

The Evolution of Lefty Espi

Danny Espinosa has really been a pleasant surprise this season. Besides being his typical great defensive self, he’s third on the team in OPS at .773 and (a very distant) second in HRs with 6. ...

The Terps’ Greatest Baseball Player

In honor of Maryland making their second Super Regional in two years, I was inspired to look back at the greatest Terps baseball player of all time – Charlie Keller. “King Kong” Kel...

Down the Road with Espi and Yuni

Going in to this season, you wouldn’t have been alone in predicting that 1/5 of the way through the season, Bryce Harper had the best offensive numbers on the Nationals. And while you’re ...

May is Rerun Season

It’s May, so baseball season is in full swing. But it’s easy to get caught up in the records and the numbers at this point of the season and think that things are taking crazy turns. The ...

A Correction is Coming… Someday

The Nats have been pretty terrible since the season began – and it’s hard to pinpoint just one reason why they’ve been so bad. They’re not hitting well, they’re not fiel...

#Winning at Second Base

As Anthony Rendon travels the nation, crowdsourcing opinions on his MCL, the Nats are preparing to enter the 2015 without their starting third baseman. Hopefully, it is for a short time, but whether ...