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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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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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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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Mid-Season Awards

The All-Star break is a good chance to relive the first half of the season that was. Most Valuable Player: Michael Taylor Taylor has elevated his game to levels we haven’t seen on City Island in a long time. His … Continue reading

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Matt Skole makes a monkey out of Jay Johnson with a walk-off home run

Skole on the walk-off at-bat — “We’ve seen this guy, Johnson, a lot. I think I’ve faced him 3-4 times, and I knew what he was going to try to do: soft away, then hard in. And he was throwing … Continue reading

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3 Up, 3 Down

3 Up Meyers’ Return to the Mound – After suffering a multitude of injuries since the 2011 season, it was enjoyable to see Brad Meyers return to the playing field healthy. The 6’6″ righty debuted with a solid outing that … Continue reading

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