Spring Games Start Today

Remember, spring training is not regular season baseball. If Ryan Zimmerman has a bad month, it doesn’t mean he can’t hit anymore. It may indicate a slow start, but he didn’t forget...

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 Look at the Top Prospects

Baseball Prospectus came out with their list of the Nationals Top 11 prospects. They did it over the weekend, thinking nobody would notice, but I saw it. Suckers. You can check out the actual list on...

I’m OK Without Desmond

Seriously, I am. I’ll get by. Ian Desmond is, in my opinion, the best position prospect this team is going to have this year. He looked good in the fall and he had a great year in the minors. M...

The Washington Nationals 2014 Lineup

Now that the offseason has begun, let the speculation begin. This is the 3rd annual “Nationals in 5 years” lineup, and it’s something I really enjoy thinking about. Of course, I’m judging...

Nats Looking Good in the AFL

Arizona Fall League numbers are not something to be trusted. However, good performances are still something to be noted, and so far the Nats have seen some pretty good performances from the impressiv...

Highlights of Strasburg Highlights

It seems that, despite the playoffs currently going full steam ahead, people are still interested in young Nats starter Stephen Strasburg. He started his first game in the Arizona Fall League, and he...

DC Player Achievement Awards

Dave Nichols of the Nationals News Network, and a founder of the Washington, DC chapter of the Internet Baseball Writers Association (DC-IBWA), was kind enough to send over the forms to vote for the ...

Strong Septembers Setup Spring

How’s that for alliteration? The Nationals finished the season going 13-16, after September 1. Nothing spectacular, but that .448 winning percentage certainly beats their .364 for the whole sea...

Top Pick Gets First Win

No, not Strasburg, of course. Ross Detwiler picked up his first major league win last night. He was the #1 pick for the Nats, 6th overall, in 2007. A little over 2 calendar years for him to get his f...