Best Nats Seasons, By Position

This is your last week without baseball until November. In order to get you ready, let’s take a look back at some of this team’s highs and lows. After 6 years in town, the Nats have start...

Around the Web with Dunn

A few comments found around the internets this morning on the signing of Dunn. Keith Law thought the Nats made the right move: The Washington Nationals, who never had serious interest in bringing Dun...

BP As Your GM

Last week, in the midst of the postseason, Baseball Prospectus ran an article on the Nats. It was Christina Kahrl giving her thoughts on what she would do if she were the GM of the Nats. Here is what...

DC IBWA 2010 Awards

What is the DC IBWA, you ask? Why, it’s the DC Internet Baseball Writer’s Association! Anyway, the group has asked for my, as well as everyone else who blogs about the Nats, vote on sever...

Defense Not Dunn

There are multiple reports that the Nats may be done with Dunn after this year. The rumors started up yet again with this Washington Post article from Tom Boswell, where he wrote Adam Dunn is done in...

Danny to Desmond to Dunn

I wanted to post this yesterday, but the office network was going crazy. Anyway, ground ball double play to Espinosa, relayed to Desmond, sent over to Dunn at first. For some reason, I’m excite...

2011 Looks a Little Different Now

It was revealed today that Stephen Strasburg needs Tommy John surgery. Disappointing for sure, but it is at least a reliable surgery with a reliable recovery time. If this was shoulder surgery or som...

Some Hot Bats This Hot Month

Since July 1st, a few bats have started to heat up in the lineup. Maybe it’s part of the reason they’ve gone 8-9 this month, as opposed to the 8-19 they put in for June. Not everything is...

The Dunn Conundrum

Assuming the Nats have a chance to trade Adam Dunn, there are several paths they can take. They can try to trade him, they can sign him to an extension, or they can try to do both. Let’s assume...

Does a Poor Hitting Weekend Equal the End?

On Saturday and Sunday, the Nats put together an impressive bad offensive display, scoring exactly zero runs in 18 innings. They were blanked two days in a row, and wasted two very good outings by st...