The Terps’ Greatest Baseball Player

In honor of Maryland making their second Super Regional in two years, I was inspired to look back at the greatest Terps baseball player of all time – Charlie Keller. “King Kong” Kel...

Down the Road with Espi and Yuni

Going in to this season, you wouldn’t have been alone in predicting that 1/5 of the way through the season, Bryce Harper had the best offensive numbers on the Nationals. And while you’re ...

A Correction is Coming… Someday

The Nats have been pretty terrible since the season began – and it’s hard to pinpoint just one reason why they’ve been so bad. They’re not hitting well, they’re not fiel...

Keith Law and the Nats Top Prospects

On the heels of his overall minor league top 100 and his overall organizational rankings, Keith Law just came out with his top 10 for each team, including the Nationals. He didn’t dive into spe...

Nats Trade for Their Second Baseman

The Nats just made a pretty big trade, giving up bullpen mainstay Tyler Clippard in exchange for a shortstop, Yunel Escobar. Clippard is on his last season before becoming a free agent, and is set to...

Ending the National Det

The Nats did not make a major move during the Winter Meetings, a big move may or may not be yet to come. But they did do something that, while not splashy, was more than what any long-tenured Nats fa...

Espinosa Insurance

I don’t want to exaggerate but I’ve probably said it no less than a million times – Danny Espinosa is the team’s best defensive infielder, and he kills left handed pitching. I...

Offseason Questions for the Nationals

I’m not going to rehash the NLDS, I rarely “cover” individual games, and I’m sure you’re sick of it anyway. Rather than talk about the mistakes, issues or decisions, I&#...

Putting Zim Back In

The Nats, having clinched the NL East and now playing for the best record in the NL, are in an interesting situation. They want to rest their players and still win games. While they won’t be ro...