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
Who Should Be The Nationals Opening Day Starter?
One of the most fundamental questions during Spring Training is who will be the opening day starter. Sometimes, this question is a straightforward one to answer. Other times, it feels as though no one deserves the opportunity. For the Nationals, this question used to have very little thought behind it. It would be Max Scherzer. […]Read More
Weekly Notes for the Nationals
February 15 marked the official start of Spring Training for the Washington Nationals as they had their first full workout with all pitchers and catchers. Let’s take a look at the headlines that have been running around the Nationals this past week. Young Starting Pitchers Healthy and Ready to Compete MacKenzie Gore and Cade Cavalli […]Read More