Rather than try to make his body do something it can simply no longer do, Stephen Strasburg will officially announce his retirement from baseball next month. There will not be a dry eye in the Washington Nationals media center.
Category: Nationals Player Profiles
The dog days of the baseball season (now) can be especially cruel to young rebooting teams. Lower experience, pitch counts, longer seasons, travel, heat, and humidity. The grind. If you expected the Washington Nationals season to spiral downward after the trade deadline, you probably underestimated them. But you were not alone.
There have been enough bright spots in the Washington Nationals season so far to keep the Nats loyal fan base engaged this year and beyond. The emergence of SS CJ Abrams is one of them.
How many baseball players have had a pseudo holiday named after them before they played their first MLB game? That might add just a little bit more pressure. To help appreciate how well it went from 2010 until 2019, below is my Twelve Best Days of “Strasmas,” ranked. Feel free to add to the list.
This week Eric Arnold, Andrew Nau, and Joseph Olson discuss the Nationals Kyle Schwarber, the decline in baseball, and olympic sports. Every week they enjoy an beer and discuss their favorite topics in sports.
The Washington Nationals are off this weekend after the MLB postponed their series against the Miami Marlins after 16 players and 2 coaches tested positive for COVID-19 this week. The Nationals weren’t without their own...
Well, the answer to this question, obviously, is hopefully staying in D.C. However, reports are circulating that the Nationals would only be able to sign one of these two guys. Here’s some information on reports...
Player profile of Patrick Corbin, Nationals starting pitcher. After spending his entire 6-year career in Arizona, Corbin signed with Washington this winter.
Player profile of Kyle Barraclough, relief pitcher for the Washington Nationals. The Nats acquired the right-hander from the Miami Marlins in October of 2018.
Well, the Nationals have a lot of top prospects in their system. Some proof of this from last year is Juan Soto, who deserved to be NL Rookie of the Year, but he unfortunately lost...