Harper’s Rerun

He missed a good chunk of the first half of the season. He came back about two weeks before the All Star break, and stunk up the joint until the All Star game. After the break, he seemed to find his ...

Span’s Resurgence

It hasn’t been the easiest season for Denard Span. He started off the year mired in quite a hitting slump, and once Ryan Zimmerman got moved to left field, lots of people suggested that Span sh...

The Return of Rendon

At the beginning of the season, the story of the team seemed to often revolve around Anthony Rendon. He was the most consistent hitter, and he finished April with a surprisingly powerful .316/.352/.5...

Have the Nats Arrived? Ask Me in 13

After a week of inspired play, the Nats are suddenly looking like the team they were supposed to be. An almost-fully healthy lineup, just missing Bryce Harper, assuming Rendon only ends up missing tw...

All Good with Destin Hood

The Nats aren’t too prospect-rich these days – while they have one of the best in all of baseball in Lucas Giolito, as you go down their list it gets thin pretty quick. But one guy weR...

Moving Zim Wouldn’t Be Unprecedented

The Nats have a plan. A plan to take over the World (Series). And that plan now includes moving Ryan Zimmerman to the outfield and first base, at least part of the time. #nats plan is for ryan zimmer...

The Future for Moore

Tyler Moore is a role player on the Nats, but in many ways he is more intriguing to study than some of the starters because we really aren’t sure what he’ll be down the road. You look at ...

What a Difference a Year Makes

Danny Espinosa was so incredibly bad in 2013 that his Baseball Prospectus WARP ranked 544th out of the 558 players that had 50 or more plate appearances. Keeping in mind that WARP is in essence a cou...