Monthly Archives: March 2013

Harrisburg Senators’ 2013 Roster Unveiled

Earlier today, the Harrisburg Senators’ 2013 opening day roster was unveiled. Fans will be given an opportunity to check out the players on Monday at 5 pm for the team’s public workout. As of now, the roster stands at 26 so someone is bound to … Continue reading

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Senators Roll Call: 3/27

• Rule 5 pickups Jeff Kobernus (’12) and Danny Rosenbaum (’11-’12) were both returned to the Nationals when they failed to make the big league rosters of the Tigers and Rockies respectively. • The mantle of oldest active former Senator … Continue reading

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The Eastern League Roundtripper: 3/25

Grounds crews all across the Eastern League have had a difficult time with the recent blasts of snow and cold weather. No team has probably had it as bad as the Portland Sea Dogs who had eight inches of snow … Continue reading

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Senators FanFest 2013

 

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Trading Card Friday: Al Chambers

Al Chambers displayed a dizzying combination of power and speed during his scholastic career at Harrisburg High School prior to his selection by the Seattle Mariners with the first overall pick of the 1979 draft. The Harrisburg native made his … Continue reading

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The Odds of Making it to the Major Leagues

Patrick O’Kennedy of Bless You Boys, the excellent Detrot Tigers’ blog, wrote a fabulous post a couple of weeks ago on the odds of making it to the major leagues. He performed a comprehensive study of five years worth of … Continue reading

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Senators Roll Call: 3/20

• The Nationals made their next round of cuts from the major league camp and two of the players that got reassigned to AAA but excited manager Davey Johnson were Erik Davis (’11-’12) and Zach Walters (’12). “He has big … Continue reading

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Projected Roster Version 3.0

As spring training heads into its final few weeks, the Senators’ roster for the upcoming season is coming more into focus. I previously took two guesses (here and here) at the 25 players who’ll come north with the ballclub, but … Continue reading

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The Eastern League Roundtripper: 3/18

Don’t Ask Me What a Pirate and Viking Have to do with a Flying Squirrel If Nutzy, Zinger, and Parker the Rally Pig weren’t enough, the Richmond Flying Squirrels are introducing two new mascots for the upcoming season. One is … Continue reading

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Trading Card Friday: Melvin Dorta

News broke yesterday via Baseball America that Melvin Dorta was signed to a minor league contract by the Washington Nationals. In what seemed like a perplexing move made more sense when it was reported that Dorta was going to be … Continue reading

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