Monthly Archives: January 2015

Q&A with Michael Taylor

This post originally appeared on Banished to the Pen, a collective blog organized by fans of Effectively Wild: The Daily Podcast from Baseball Prospectus. Please check it out for internal discussions on baseball, stats, and fandom. You’ll excuse Michael Taylor if … Continue reading

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Many questions and no real answers for our new pitch clock overlords

In an effort to speed up the game, Double-A and Triple-A teams were notified on Wednesday that pitch clocks will be installed and used for the upcoming season. Minor League Baseball president Pat O’Conner confirmed that each ballpark amongst the … Continue reading

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Projected Roster Version 1.0

Players are a little over a month away from their report date and spring training is right around the corner. Why not take a first stab at what the Senators’ opening day roster might look like? Without any kind of … Continue reading

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Daubach looking foward to a better season in 2015

On Thursday afternoon, the Washington Nationals announced their 2015 minor league coaching assignments. As a whole the organization made very few changes to their assignments from last year to this. Harrisburg Senators manager Brian Daubach welcomes back most of the … Continue reading

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Senators Caribbean Winter Leagues wrap-up: Hot and Not

HOT Carlos Rivero (’13) led the Venezuelan Winter League with 15 home runs and 44 RBIs while posting an impressive .282/.362/.554 slash line. Unfortunately for the third baseman, it wasn’t enough to pull his Cardenelas de Lara team into the … Continue reading

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