MLB collective bargaining agreements since June 2012 have created better opportunities for the Padres to build a strong youth movement. But, recent years didn't mark the first time the Pads' youth movement drew accolades. How did the forecasts turn out?
by: Jeff Sanders — Sandiego Union-Tribune: Padres Blog 4 Jun
Today, the Padres pick seventh, 38th and 74th. Official coverage at MLB Network and MLB.com starts at 3 p.m. with the first pick due at 4 p.m. Check back here throughout the day for the latest on who’s going where, scouting reports on the Padres’...
by: N/A — MLB: Nationals 4 Jun
Although the Nationals have made a few shrewd trades and free-agent signings to help them build one of the most successful teams in the Majors during the past six seasons, that foundation was built through the Draft. It's one of the areas that general...
by: Andrew Lang — Talk Nats 3 Jun
With two outs in an inning, you are taught as a baserunner to run on contact. Max Scherzer is a complete baseball player, and he knew about running on contact with two outs. When Wilmer Difo connected in the 14th … Continue reading →
by: Section222 — Talk Nats 2 Jun
Click here for links to previous 18-gamers. When the umps stopped the Nats’ first scheduled game against the Yankees on May 15 because of rain, little did they know what havoc they had wreaked on my 18-gamer. With the score … Continue reading →
by: Monty Taylor — Fansided: District on Deck 1 Jun
The Washington Nationals have suffered more than their fair share of injuries this season. But how do they compare with the rest of major league baseball? ...
by: Liz Barr — The Nats Blog 27 May
Everyone is injured and dying. I can barely keep track of who we have on the bench. I dont recognize most of the people currently in the bullpen. What happened?
by: Jeff Sanders — Sandiego Union-Tribune 24 May
How the Padres decide who that player is when they draft seventh overall next month – their third straight year with a top-10 pick – isn’t influenced in the least by industry trends toward safer, more predictable gambles on amateur talent.
by: David Driver — Special to The Washington Times — The Washington Times 23 May
Soto had three walks and a single, and the Nationals scored the game-winning run on a walkoff RBI double by Michael A. Taylor with one out in the bottom of the ninth inning for a 2-1 victory over the
by: ron Kerr — MASN 21 May
Injuries continue to pile up for the Nationals. Big ones like outfielders Rafael Bautista (knee) and Howie Kendrick (Achilles) out for the year. Small ones ...
Wire Taps: Depth has saved Nationals; Injury updates on Brian Goodwin + Koda Glover; Max Scherzer shooting for Silver Slugger - Federal Baseball
by: N/A — NBC Sports Washington 18 May
Catch up on the last 24 hours in Nationals news before the start of the series with the Dodgers ... gets postponed.
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