Nats get #36, Zim Gets #22

A big day for the Nats yesterday, the all-important 36th win of the season. Ok, there’s actually nothing I can think of that’s so important about 36, but it was a good game all around. Th...

Zim Hits #21

Ryan Zimmerman is on pace to top 30 HRs, and prove me right, finally about something I said having to do with baseball. Of course, he’s only on pace to hit 32, so it may be close. Anyway, in ho...

Adam Dunn Continues to Hit

A few months ago, I noticed that Adam Dunn was hitting the baseball. Ok, so what I actually noticed was that his batting average was well above .300, a rarity for him, despite it being a month into t...

Nats Heating Up, Trades Aren’t

The Nats have now won four games in a row, which on the season is… their longest win streak. Yikes. So, the losing streaks haven’t exactly been balanced out. They’d need to win abou...

That’ll Help the Trade Value

Or at least it’ll make your GM not wanna trade you. Either way, 2 Grand Slams by Willingham go along with 1 by Dunn this weekend reminds everyone who are the most tradable players on the team. ...

Stammen, Bringing Back Dukes and Trades

Pitching performances like last night’s will hopefully happen more and more. Not that I am convinced that Craig Stammen is going to be the future ace of this club. Just that once again I have t...

Fixing the Nats

Tim Kurkjian wrote an article on Friday talking about how the Nats might actually have a future. Funny thing is, I was thinking all last week about ways to improve the team. Seriously, I was. Timmy d...

The Longball

Adam Dunn hits home runs. So do other people, but most of them aren’t as far as his. Dunn now has 11 dingers. Last year, the most anyone on the team hit was 14. It’s May 11th, there are s...

See? They can score

I told you their runs would catch up with their hitting. Batting with runners in scoring position, for the most part, over the course of a season, or a career, especially when you are talking about a...