Hitting Without Scoring

Craig Stammen started out very poorly last night, but recovered well enough to keep the Nats in the game. That is, until Matt Capps came in to give up 2 runs. I’m not gonna complain too much ab...

Loco Cinco de Mayo

It’s crazy here in Nats town, because contrary to what everyone expected, the team is winning. On Cinco de Mayo, a holiday that is major in the US but minor in Mexico (go figure) there are some...

Your Guide to Nats Nicknames

The Nationals Journal was nice enough to post a link to a completely insane interview with Nyjer Morgan today. If you’re not fully awake yet, I wouldn’t recommend reading it. Maybe after ...

Another Day at .500

The Nats once again spotted a team 10 runs, but this time they weren’t even close to coming back. The performance of Olsen in his first game, against the Phillies, may have made you think he wa...

Punch, Judy, and Guzzie

I like Nyjer Morgan. I am not a big Guzman fan, but when he’s hot, he hits well. And I think he should be playing so that maybe someone will decide to try to trade for him. Still, I can’t...

Opening Daybacle

In a day that started off promising, the Nationals ended up losing 11-1, pretty horrendous. They got beat in every facet of the game, and quite a few things happened that we all knew could happen, bu...

Get Ready for Your Short Term Team

You expect changes with a young team. You expect changes with a bad team. You expect changes with a team that has a talented, ready for prime time prospect in the minors. So the Nats, who are all of ...

2010 NL East Rankings: Position Players

An annual tradition here is one that has been done twice, so let’s call this an annual tradition. I’ll do my best to rank each position for each team in the NL East, seeing who has the be...

What Now? Elijah Dukes Released…

In the past you might have thought those words would be followed with “on his own recognizance,” but it’s just followed with “by the Washington Nationals.” It was a surp...