How is Bryce Annoying Somebody Right Now?

Much of what is done on this site is about the quantification of that which has not been quantified before. I have attempted to quantify what Bryce Harper is doing – not in terms of statistical...

25+1 players, 26 questions

It’s opening day, and the Nats look very good. We’ll see if we feel that way in a month, in August… in October. The way we think about them in November, when it’s all over, wi...

The Nationals Review Podcast Episode 28

We are back for a spring training addition of the podcast of thenationalsreview.com. Charlie & Colm are back to talk: Lobaton acquisition Espinosa practicing at SS Competition at 2B Bullpen const...

February Baseball Book Giveaway!

I have a personal penchant for reading a baseball book every February, as baseball doesn’t really start til March and I’m hankering for the nation’s pastime after winter away from a...

The Nats and 2014 PECOTA Projections

Baseball Prospectus released their PECOTA  projections today, always a big day in The Nats Review household. Before I rip apart everything bad they say about the Nats, it is worth remembering what Co...

Why Signing McLouth is So Important

The Nats made their first splash in free agency this offseason by signing Nate McLouth to a two year, $10.75 M deal (with a 2016 club option). This isn’t exactly a big splash in the baseball wo...

November Links from All Over

We’re in that lull between the World Series and the Winter Meetings, so it’s a bit quiet out there (well, other than rampant speculation about where people will land, and articles ridicul...

Best Fix for the Streaky Offense

In 2013, the Nationals finished 6th in runs scored. I’ve pointed this out a few times, but I remind you of this because it is still a bit hard to believe. The team struggled through much of the...