Juan Soto did something that only six other players have done in the last 40 years: Go deep in a major league game before turning 20. The hype surrounding ...
by: Steven Ruiz — USA Today: For The Win 22 May
Just two 19-year-olds taking the Padres deep.
by: AsherFeltman — SB Nation: Minor League Ball 22 May
The pitcher was designated for assignment five times in 2017 —twice by two teams— he looks to have found a home
by: Tom Sileo — Fansided: District on Deck 22 May
For six years, San Diego Padres reliever Craig Stammen was a key piece for the Washington Nationals. With a bullpen in trouble, it's time to bring him back...
by: Chelsea Janes — Washington Post: Nationals Journal 22 May
The three-run blast meant a whole lot to a group of major league hopefuls in Soto's home country.
by: Stephen G. "Ghost" Mears — Talk Nats 22 May
In most games where you have a 3-for-5 night from a player with 2 home runs like Mark Reynolds, we would be writing the accolades about that player, and instead, we have to talk about Juan Soto who got his … Continue reading →
by: Andrew Joseph — USA Today: For The Win 22 May
What a moment.
by: Lauren Theisen — Deadspin 22 May
Nineteen-year-old Nationals outfielder Juan Soto became the youngest position player to start in the majors since 2012 tonight, and he immediately proved his worth. On the very first ball that he saw off Padres pitcher Robbie Erlin, Soto crushed a three-r
by: Matt Weyrich — SB Nation: Federal Baseball 21 May
The Washington Nationals had a mini All-Star Break last week thanks to all the rain delays but will try to get back into their groove with a three-game series against the San Diego Padres.