Tag Archives: A.J. Cole

The Team of the 2010s: Right-Handed Starting Pitcher

We’re picking this up were we left off last year…We’ll be running polls to determine the Harrisburg Senators’ Team of the 2010s. When we’re done, we’ll have starters for every position on the field including a designated hitter, utility player, right-handed … Continue reading

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Baseball America’s Top 10 Nationals Prospects

Earlier today, Baseball America released the Washington Nationals’ Top 10 Prospects along with detailed scouting reports on each player. Here is the list along with a note on each player taken from the article. 1. Lucas Giolito RHP The Nationals … Continue reading

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Catching up on transactions…

As we enter the peak of the hot stove season, I thought I’d take this opportunity to update the transactions for former Senators (in reverse chronological order): Nov 23: John Lannan (’07, ’10) – signed with Colorado Rockies Nov 22: … Continue reading

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Nationals’ 40-Man Roster Decisions

Later today, all Major League teams are required to finalize their additions to their 40-man rosters. Otherwise, the clubs risk losing those players in the Rule 5 draft held during the Winter Meetings on December 12. As of Wednesday night, … Continue reading

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Free Agents & Contract Statuses

We checked in with Nationals’ director of player development, Mark Scialabba, to find out the contract status of most of the Senators for the 2015 season. Here’s the list of the impending Nationals’ minor league free agents that have come … Continue reading

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Senators’ ace A.J. Cole spins a gem

Those 7,168 strong in attendance for the Senators doubleheader on Saturday night saw an impressive performance from Game 1 starter A.J. Cole. The Nationals’ #2 rated prospect tossed a seven-inning, complete game shutout, scattering four hits while striking out eight … Continue reading

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Who’s Headed to Harrisburg Next?

Friday we posted our annual “Who’s Headed to Syracuse Next?” and that got me to thinking about which players we might see make the jump from Potomac. As we are at roughly the quarter pole for the 2014 season, this is … Continue reading

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Nationals’ Top 10 Prospects

Earlier today, Baseball America released the Washington Nationals’ Top 10 Prospects along with detailed scouting reports on each player. Here is the list along with a note on each player taken from the article. 1. Lucas Giolito “He also throws … Continue reading

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Ranking the Senators’ MVP – Part III: 25 to 11

As part of our recap of the Senators’ season, an annual tradition around these parts is to list all of the players and where they would rank as the team’s MVP for 2013 by what they contributed to the team’s successes and … Continue reading

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Game Notes & Quotes – 9/4

Senators 5, SeaWolves 4 In four previous appearances against the Senators this season, Erie closer Melvin Mercedes hadn’t allowed a hit, let alone a run. Steven Souza changed that quickly with one swing of the bat as he led off … Continue reading

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