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Ten Reasons for Nats Fans to be Optimistic in 2023

The Washington Nationals begin their 2023 season on Thursday vs the Atlanta Braves.
Since the championship season of 2019, reasons for pessimism continue to grow. On this opening week of the MLB season, I offer some reasons why Nationals fans can be optimistic about the upcoming season and beyond.

Opinion: Time to Move Patrick Corbin to the Bullpen

It’s early in the 2023 baseball pre-season. For Nationals left-handed starting pitcher Patrick Corbin, 33, it is no longer early in his career.  But I think moving Corbin to the Nats bullpen cannot happen soon enough.  What kind of bullpen role? Anything but “opener.”

Losing First True Owner is a True Loss for the Nationals

Ted Lerner, the first true owner of the Washington Nationals since baseball returned to Washington, DC, passed away on Sunday, February 12. Theodore N. Lerner was 97. Mr. Lerner, a lifelong Washington resident, succumbed to complications from pneumonia. As a young boy, Lerner attended Senators games at the old Griffith Stadium.

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