Annual Day Off of Sports

Today is the only day of the year, I do believe, where there isn’t an MLB, NBA, NFL or NHL game being played. Of course, that doesn’t mean there isn’t a ton of sports coverage going...

A Week Gone By, No Deals Made

After a week of vacation, I have returned to find the Nats in a similar situation as when I’d left. They’re still in last place, and haven’t yet hammered out any trades. It looks th...

Pros and Cons of Trading Adam Dunn

Despite the win last night, the Nationals are still in rough shape, with a 34-44 record and 11 games behind the Braves in the NL East. The trade deadline is a month away, give or take a few days, and...

What to Do With This Lineup?

MASN’s Ben Goessling had a great post yesterday, laying out a potential change to the lineup. I don’t get to say this often about many people, but I’m in 100% agreement with him. Hi...

How About a Little Love for Dunn?

Last week I went out a limb for a Nats blogger and made the case for Ryan Zimmerman in the All Star game. Sure, it’s tough to be that man on an island, but hey, I’ll say what I think is r...

Put On Your GM Shoes

The Nationals have continued to slide this week and over the weekend. For most of the year, other than the heart of the order, the rest of the team has struggled to hit, and now even Ryan Zimmerman i...

The Aftermath

I was lucky enough to go to the game last night, and was amazed with the atmosphere. The crowd was there to see Stephen Strasburg, and I think even the fans with the biggest expectations weren’...

Nationals Poor Defense Not So Poor

Yesterday I made mention of the much improved defense of this team. Yesterday night, a costly error, this time by Ryan Zimmerman, allowed the first runner in the 9th inning to reach base when the Nat...

Time to Start Believing What You See

It’s June 1, it’s the day after Memorial Day, and it’s 2 months into the season. The Nats have played 26% of their season, over one quarter of their games. It’s time to start ...