Author: Reese Evans

Senior at Virginia Tech. Enjoy baseball, basketball, and football. Huge Washington Nationals fan and 22 years old. I play golf more than the average person.

Josiah Gray Impresses vs. St. Louis Cardinals

Washington Nationals’ 24-year-old starting pitcher Josiah Gray threw six scoreless innings, with five strikeouts and no walks surrendered, improving to a 0.73 ERA this Spring. The right-hander totaled 85 pitches, his highest pitch count in four games pitched. The Cardinals collected four hits off Gray, including one extra-base hit off the bat of third baseman […]

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James Wood is Available Today vs. New York Yankees

Nationals top prospect James Wood is available for his first appearance in a Nationals uniform today vs. the New York Yankees at 1:05 pm EST. Slotted in at back-up center fielder, Wood should see a couple of at-bats today versus the Yankees. Nationals fans can catch the game today on ESPN at 1:05 pm eastern. […]

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Zach Brzycky pitching for Harrisburg Senators
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Potential of Zach Brzykcy

The Washington Nationals could have found a diamond in the rough in the form of #25 prospect Zach Brzykcy. Brzykcy, an undrafted free agent from Virginia Tech, has the potential to be a shutdown bullpen piece for the Washington Nationals. He’s quickly gaining traction among Nats fans after receiving a Non-Roster invite to Spring Training. […]

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Nationals Top Prospect in Lineup versus Cardinals

Adding onto the excitement for Nationals fans today, #10 ranked prospect Jeremy De La Rosa is starting in left versus the St. Louis Cardinals. Coach Davey Martinez inserting him into the lineup is a bit of a surprise that Nationals fans will gladly accept. Washington added JDLR to their 40-man roster last year to protect […]

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Will Keibert Ruiz Develop Into an Elite Catcher?

The Washington Nationals possibly have a franchise centerpiece in the form of their 24-year-old Venezuelan catcher, Keibert Ruiz. The backstop was acquired in the Trea Turner and Max Scherzer trade with Los Angeles that also sent starting pitcher Josiah Gray to Washington. Ruiz had lots to deal with in his first full professional season, managing […]

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Can Patrick Corbin Regain 2019 Form?

The Washington Nationals have been one of the worst teams in the major leagues following their World Series win in 2019. Patrick Corbin was integral to their success that season but has since been one of the least efficient pitchers in baseball. His performance in Game 7 versus Houston will not be forgotten in D.C. […]

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