Monthly Archives: September 2012

Ranking the Senators’ MVP – Part IV: The Top 10

10. Hector Nelo – The hard-throwing Miami native showed the Nationals the progress he has made since being released from the Rangers’ organization two seasons ago. He could always bring the heat, but control and a second reliable pitch have … Continue reading

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Ranking the Senators’ MVP – Part III: 27 to 11

27. James Skelton – The lithe catcher proved he wasn’t a slouch in the batter’s box as he hit .292 with an on-base percentage of .455, but he was little more than a singles hitter. Skelton even provided some flexibility … Continue reading

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Ranking the Senators’ MVP – Part II: 44 to 28

44. Jonny Tucker – After Tucker’s 2011 season ended prematurely when he was injured crashing into the outfield wall, it was nice to see him get the chance to redeem himself in 2012. He began the season with the Somerset … Continue reading

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Ranking the Senators’ MVP – Part I: 61 to 45

61. Drew Storen – I love Storen, but his one rehab appearance with the Senators this season was gawd awful. He managed to record just two outs while giving up four runs on three hits (including a bomb by Johnny … Continue reading

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