First to the Party

Tonight, for the first time in his career, Colin Balester will start for the Nationals. Fans should be excited about this, he is the first real prospect to be called up from the system, for anything ...

A Few Callups and Returns

In the wake of the draft, the Nationals called up a few players from the minor leagues, and sent some guys rigth back down. They also got rid of alleged left handed hitter Rob Mackowiak, who was doin...

The Rest of the Picks

In the first round, the Nationals took Aaron Crow, and I talked about that as much as I could yesterday, I really don’t have any new info on him. There were, however, a few other picks, so let&...

Nationals 2008 Draft Preview

This week, the Major League Baseball First Year Player Draft will be taking place on June 5 (live on ESPN from 2 pm to 6 pm if you’re interested and unemployed). Unlike last season, where the N...

Baseball Prospectus Prospects

Baseball Prospectus came out with their Nationals Top 11 prospect list and it is pretty interesting. They have listed two 5 star players, one 4 star, and four 3 star guys. The remaining players are 2...

Top 100 Prospects and Some Signings

Last week, Keith Law, the ESPN analyst and former MLB scout, came out with his list of top 100 prospects. On the Nationals front, a few guys made it on the list, but unfortunately nobody made it to t...

Introducing Your 2012 Washington Nationals

With the playoff races heating up, and the Nats getting ready to cool down, I figure it’s time to look to the future, the year 2012. By then the Nats should be winning their second or third NL ...

What to watch for with callups

Time for September call ups! For those who are new to the weird machinations of Major League baseball, you are forgiven. Teams have a 25 man active roster, plus a 15 man inactive roster that can be a...