November Links from All Over

We’re in that lull between the World Series and the Winter Meetings, so it’s a bit quiet out there (well, other than rampant speculation about where people will land, and articles ridicul...

Friday Links to Finish Up March

A few links for your Friday ESPN has a front page article on the Nats’ going from being an intriguing playoff pick to a “fashionable” one. You may have think you’ve heard much...

Monday Morning Links

Before we get back to the business of talking about baseball, the Washington Post has a great article detailing the kidnapping and rescue of Wilson Ramos. It’s a really good read. The Sporting ...

Nats on the Radio

Baseball starts in a few days – in the meantime, we get used to having these personalities back in front of us. Not just the GM and the manager, but the younger guys who actually get to play th...

A Few Links on a Friday

Do you know that spring training games start next week? First game is on Thursday. It’s a little less exciting when you’re one of the half a dozen teams that knows it aint making the play...

Off Topic

I try to stay on the Nats beat here. I don’t really even know what a beat is, but I think it means the things I write about. Anyway, there has been alot of talk about ARod recently, and I think...

Leaving No Margin for Regret

Chico Harlan from the Washington Post wrote a great article today on Kory Casto. It’s one of the human interest pieces, so if you’re looking for OPS or VORP, don’t follow it. But ot...

New Logo, Philly Phriends, Beer, etc

A couple of things to end this last week before real games start. First of all, you may have noticed a new logo on the top. That is mostly because I have been asked, along with many other Nats blogge...

A quick diversion

TNR (the new abbreviation for The Nationals Review… oh that’s great, it’s being used from now on) has a fellow blogger/close friend/blog-title-copier who writes The Orioles Review. ...