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Catching up on transactions UPDATE…

An updated look at the transactions for former Senators (in reverse chronological order): Dec 15: Paul Demny (’12-’14) – re-signed with Washington Nationals Dec 15: Luke Montz (’07-’09) – signed with Boston Red Sox Dec 11: Ross Detwiler (’09-’10) – traded … 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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Nicknames

“Nicknames stick to people, and the most ridiculous are the most adhesive” – Thomas C. Haliburton As long as baseball has been played, nicknames have had a prominent place throughout the game’s storied history. Colorful and memorable monikers are often … Continue reading

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Senators Roll Call: 4/3

• Gee whiz!! The Senators’ new addition to the men’s room are specialized urinal cakes branded with all of the other Eastern League teams. • As another baseball season begins, here is a list of former Senators in affiliated baseball … Continue reading

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Senators Roll Call: 1/30

• Baseball America released their vaunted Prospect Handbook and many former and current Senators made the Nationals’ Top 30: #1 – Anthony Rendon (’12) #3 – Brian Goodwin (’12) #6 – Christian Garcia (’12) #7 – Eury Perez (’12) #10 … 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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Spring Training Update

With less than a month before the home opener, we thought today would be a good opportunity to look at what some of the former Senators have done so far in the major league spring training camps (as of 3/14). … Continue reading

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Talkin’ Baseball with Randy, Danny, and El Duque

Seems Like Old Times Two years ago, Randy Knorr (right) managed the Potomac Nationals to the Carolina League title with significant playoff contributions from Jhonatan Solano, Cole Kimball, Michael Burgess, and Jack Spradlin. Ten other current Senators (including Edgardo Baez, … Continue reading

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Back in the ‘Burg

Back in the ‘Burg Without an overwhelming fastball or dominant out pitch, soft-tossing control pitchers walk a tightrope between success and getting shelled each time they take the mound. Some have a successful career like Mark Buerhle or Jamie Moyer, … Continue reading

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