What Does the Future Hold for Ryan Zimmerman?

Zimmerman Today marks a big day for the Washington Nationals as the future face of the franchise Bryce Harper is back in the lineup and will be playing left field however due to his placement in that position it displaces the current face of the franchise Ryan Zimmerman.

In tonight’s lineup things are going back to where everyone thought they be this season in that the core eight are back together in the same lineup for the first time since opening days. However with Harper being in left field in tonight’s game Ryan Zimmerman must move back to his old position of third base. Read more about What Does the Future Hold for Ryan Zimmerman?

Bryce Harper is Back and Ready to Take the League by Storm

harperbobble614c The Washington Nationals have activated Bryce Harper on the disabled list and expect him to start in tonight’s game, which coincidently is his bobblehead night. Harper has missed 57 games this season with a torn ligament in his left thumb that he got on a headfirst slide into third base on April 27th. This would reunite the Nationals core eight players in their lineup for the first time since opening day. Read more about Bryce Harper is Back and Ready to Take the League by Storm

Matt Williams Faith in Nate McLouth Appears to be Paying Off

Nate McLouth

The Nationals were not very active in this past offseason free agency market however one of their more subtle moves was the signing of former Orioles outfielder Nate McLouth to a three year contract to become the Nationals fourth outfielder. McLouth was just coming off a season where he posted a solid .258 average to go along with 12 homeruns and 30 stolen bases to be one of the more versatile players the Orioles had on their team.

The Nationals signed McLouth to be that fourth outfielder knowing in recent years both Jayson Werth and Bryce Harper have had injury problems. Well it seemed the singing paid off when Bryce Harper was placed on the disabled list not even a month into the seasons and was expected to miss a significant amount of time. Read more about Matt Williams Faith in Nate McLouth Appears to be Paying Off