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 […]Read More
Who Will be the Opening Day Starter for the Nationals?
With Opening Day just ten days away, MLB managers now have the possible headache of choosing the team’s Opening Day Starter. Some teams have an easy choice, while others don’t. For the majority of the last decade, the Nationals had it easy. Stephen Strasburg won the battle in 2012, and he was the guy for […]Read More
Can the USA Repeat as WBC Champions?
USA! USA! USA! Those are the words we would like to hear come March 21st at the end of the WBC. It will be tough for the stars and stripes to pull this off. Japan is good, the DR is good, and there will probably be an upset in there that could change the whole […]Read More
BREAKING: Nationals Sign Keibert Ruiz to an 8-Year, $50 Million Extension
Extending a young position player that’s something the Nationals are not used to, and it may come as a surprise as the Nationals had a successful run between 2012-19 without extending a significant position player during that time. They’ve seen the Atlanta Braves, a divisional rival, lock up a majority of their young core for […]Read More
Nationals Announce First Spring Training Cuts
We’re in the first full week of March, and Spring Training games have been underway for over a week. The Nationals are only 3-5-1 with a -7 run differential so far, but the record isn’t important. A lot of position players have had great at-bats, and young pitchers have thrown the ball well. It’s looking […]Read More
Taking a Look at Luis García
When most think about the young talent on the Nationals, Keibert Ruiz, CJ Abrams, Josiah Gray, Cade Cavalli, and Mackenzie Gore are the names that come to mind. A player that often gets overlooked is Luis García. Sure, he hasn’t been as highly rated as a prospect and may not hold the star potential that […]Read More
Rules Changes For ’23: Do You Like Them?
As we all know by now, baseball is changing things with some rule changes to speed up the game and make it more entertaining to more demographics. I, for one, have always thought there was nothing wrong with the pace of baseball and that baseball is not boring. These are my opinions on the rule […]Read More
MLB 2023 Futures: NL East
The NL East is an absolute beast. New York and Atlanta are coming off 101-win seasons, the third-place Phillies made it to the World Series, and all three improved this winter. This is part three of a six-part series. Atlanta Braves The Atlanta Braves are doing it right. Their homegrown star shortstop is now in […]Read More
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. […]Read More
MLB’s First Look at the Pitch Clock: Is It Good for Baseball?
The first slate of Spring Training games are in the past, and there has been one story surrounding this weekend in baseball: the pitch clock. Many rule changes were put into effect for the 2023 season, and the pitch clock is easily the most controversial of the bunch. Baseball fans around the world are having […]Read More