Time for a Nats Bullpen Cart

I haven’t tackled the issue of the speed of play on this blog because I just don’t really care that much about it. But, news that they may reintroduce bullpen cars to speed up the entranc...

Those Other Bullpen Guys

Winning after the 6th, and the game is practically over, right? That’s at least the thought with the new bullpen. Assuming Ryan Madson comes back healthy, and it looks like that’s happeni...

A Shot at Relief for the Bullpen

Have you heard? The Nats bullpen is bad. Also, and this may surprise you, they traded two of their best prospects this offseason for a player who unfortunately can’t contribute right now. The c...

Mein Gott, Go Get Gott Already

When the Nationals acquired Trevor Gott in exchange for Yunel Escobar in the winter of late 2015, it seemed clear that Gott would soon be in the Nats bullpen. After all, the rookie had spent most of ...

This Aint Your Phillies’ Joe Blanton

The Nats signed Joe Blanton to round out their relieving corps today, so let’s start with that piece of it. The biggest thing about this signing isn’t that they specifically needed Blanto...

Nats Key to 2016 is Balance

With 50 games left in the season, and the playoffs approaching, if you want to worry about the Nats, you can certainly find something. They scored a total of three runs in their last three games, and...

Nats Gott Some Late Inning Potential

The Nats bullpen revamp continues – I’ve already profiled new relievers Shawn Kelley, Oliver Perez and Yusmerio Petit. Today, they added to that by trading away Yunel Escobar to the Angel...