With unanswered questions about Bryce Harper's future, we're taking a look at what made him a star in his early years in the majors.
by: Stephen G. "Ghost" Mears — Talk Nats 3h
There should not be much doubt in what the top two priorities are for Washington Nationals’ general manager Mike Rizzo for this off-season. He has already said that improving the starting rotation with the departure of Gio Gonzalez and Jeremy Hellickson …
by: Chelsea Janes — Washington Post 5h
Washington could decide to upgrade by acquiring two catchers this winter, or by committing to one reliable starter. Either way, Wieters’s tenure as the Nationals' starting catcher seems to have come to an end.
by: N/A — MLB: Nationals 7h
One of the many joys of baseball's postseason is how one player can make such an outsized difference. There's no better time for a player to go on a hot streak than in the playoffs, when he's able to carry his team for a whole series -- maybe even to a...
by: Ryan McFadden — SB Nation: Federal Baseball 7h
From Bryce Harper’s Home Run Derby heroics to Max Scherzer’s 300 K milestone, here are our top five moments from the 2018 season.
by: Ryan Sullivan — Nats GM 10h
Standing 66 232lbs, Rodriguez has broad shoulders, long limbs and a durable frame conductive to pitching. He is an above-average athlete who fields his position particularly well.
by: ron Kerr — MASN 10h
Arizona Fall League Week in Review Week 1 Oct. 9-15 Salt River Rafters (2-2) Second Place, East Division Left-hander Ben Braymer (1-0) got the AFL ...
by: Blake Finney — Fansided: District on Deck 10h
So far, the Washington Nationals have tried and failed, to acquire J.T. Realmuto. But they shouldn't give up hope of adding the Miami Marlins backstop. The...
by: Patrick Reddington — SB Nation: Federal Baseball 24h
Houston took the series opener from the Boston Red Sox last night in Fenway Park, and now the Astros try to take a commanding lead in the best of seven series...
by: Stephen G. "Ghost" Mears — Talk Nats 14 Oct
When MLB.com compiled their Top-10 free agents, their first pick was Manny Machado and not Bryce Harper. Sure, Harper is the second player listed, and he might end up with the larger contract in terms of dollars. When it comes … Continue reading →