Category Archive: Nationals Player Profiles

Jun 19

Player Profile: The Legend that is Jayson Werth

If a baseball contract was earned by how outstanding someone’s beard is than Jayson Werth has earned every cent in his seven year 126 million dollar contract. The man who currently has a twitter account for his beard, (@JWerthsBeard), is one of the most beloved players in the nation’s capital and is coming off of …

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Jun 06

Prospect Profile: Nationals 57th Overall Pick Andrew Suarez

The Nationals after their first round pick of UNLV right hander Erick Fedde went on to select another college pitcher with the 57th overall pick however this time it was left hander from the University of Miami (Fla) and his name is Andrew Suarez.

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Jun 06

Prospect Profile: Nationals 18th Overall Pick Erick Fedde

The Washington Nationals came into the 2014 MLB draft with what seems like a set plan and they knew who they were going to get and it appears they go their man. The man they drafted with the 18th overall pick was Erick Fedde the right handed pitcher out of UNLV.

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Jun 01

Nationals Prospect Watch: Michael A. Taylor

The most successful players the Nationals have on their current 25-man roster have either been first round draft picks or acquired from another team like Jayson Werth and Gio Gonzalez. Since moving to Washington, the Nationals have not done well at developing players who were not sure cut stars when they were drafted like Stephen …

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May 29

Nationals Prospect Watch: Lucas Gioltio

Lucas Giolito was in the running to be the number 1 overall pick in the 2012 MLB Draft out of high school so when he dropped to the Nationals with the 16th overall pick the Nationals took full advantage of it and took the 6’6’’ right hander. At the time of being drafted Giolito was …

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May 10

Player Profile: Wilson Ramos

The Washington Nationals have a plentiful group of outstanding young talent that litters their rotation and their batting order. With such talents as Bryce Harper, Stephen Strasburg, Anthony Rendon, Gio Gonzalez, and Ian Desmond leading the strong youth movement that has taken the Nationals into playoff contention and hopefully World Series contention but of the …

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Apr 29

Player Profiles: Tanner Roark

  Coming off a complete game shutout on April 26 against the San Diego Padres, Tanner Roark thrust himself into the spotlight and into what looks like the permanent starting rotation for the Washington Nationals. But it wasn’t all such a bright future for the 27 year old right hander. Born on October 5, 1986 …

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