Tag Archives: Cutter Dykstra

Dykstra, Alderson return to the fold; closer Shackleford signed

Per MLB.com’s Bill Ladson, the Washington Nationals have signed a trio of minor leaguers as Cutter Dysktra, Tim Alderson, and Stephen Shackleford inked deals for the 2016 season. Dykstra played 168 games with the Senators over the past two seasons … 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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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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Ranking the Senators’ MVP – Part IV: The Top 10

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 2014 by what they contributed to the team’s successes and … Continue reading

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Three Senators Named to 2014 Eastern League All-Star Team

Congratulations to Cutter Dykstra, Neil Holland (pictured), and Michael Taylor who were named to the Western Division squad for the Eastern League All-Star Game to be held on July 16th at Peoples Natural Gas Field in Altoona. For position players … Continue reading

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Bases-Loaded Blues

As a team the Senators are hitting a league-worst .160 (8 for 50) with the bases loaded. For comparison sake, the other 11 teams in the Eastern League are hitting a combined .299 under the same circumstances. In 58 opportunities … 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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