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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 I: 57 to 41

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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Ranking the Senators’ MVP – Part I: 55 to 41

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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Karns Dominates and Bloxom Mashes as Senators Split Doubleheader

G1: Senators 4, Curve 1 Before the Senators had a chance to bat, the Altoona Curve got on the board thanks to back-to-back doubles by Matt Curry and Andrew Lambo. Those were the only two hits Altoona would get all … Continue reading

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Sandy Leon Can’t Carry the Senators to Victory by Himself

Aiming for their fifth straight win, the Senators struggled against the Phillies’ top prospect pitcher Jesse Biddle, but relied on late-game heroics by Sandy Leon to erase a two-run deficit with one swing and send the game into extra innings. … Continue reading

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Same Story, Different Day

The Senators used dominant pitching to hold the Reading bats all but silent in Harrisburg’s 4-0 victory. In his third start of the young season, Blake Treinen looked like the pitcher that manager Matt LeCroy and pitching coach Paul Menhart saw … Continue reading

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