Washington Nationals

Braves Defending Champion
Caleb Begley - Apr 14, 2022

Saying that the opening week of the 2022 Atlanta Braves season has been a roller coaster is like saying that the sky is blue. It’s simple fact. On the one hand, multiple offensive components have shredded opposing pitching. On the other, multiple holes have appeared within the Braves starting pitching. It would be foolhardy to […]


Harper Soto Tatis Jr.
Brady Albert - Nov 9, 2021

For the first time since 2015, all three NL MVP finalists were eliminated from playoff contention. Bryce Harper, Juan Soto, Fernando Tatis Jr. were the leading vote getters, all of whose teams had a disappointing 2021. There is a case to be made for each, with pros and cons to each candidate. Bryce Harper I’ll […]

Chris Gray - Aug 31, 2021

It has been one month since the Los Angeles Dodgers moved four players to the Washington Nationals to acquire both Max Scherzer and Trea Turner. The move shocked a lot of people in the baseball world. Not only would the Dodgers receive a future Hall of Fame starting pitcher, but an All-Star shortstop. But what […]

Chris Gray - Jul 30, 2021

The Los Angeles Dodgers have completed a trade to acquire Washington Nationals superstar starting pitcher Max Scherzer and shortstop Trea Turner. Trade rumors have been swirling around the three-time Cy Young Award winner all summer long. Scherzer is in the final year of a seven-year contract with the Nationals. The Nationals are in fourth place […]

Brad Hand
Akshaj Gaur - Jul 29, 2021

The Washington Nationals have traded Brad Hand to the Toronto Blue Jays in exchange for the Riley Adams. Here is the latest.

Akshaj Gaur - Jul 5, 2021

MLB announced the rosters for the 2021 All-Star game. But, Max Scherzer did not make the list and he could be the biggest snub in MLB.

Akshaj Gaur - Jul 1, 2021

Trea Turner notched his third career cycle against the Tampa Bay Rays on Wednesday. This ties him for the most cycles all-time.

Cade Cavalli
Akshaj Gaur - Jun 1, 2021

While the Nationals have one of the thinnest farm systems in the majors, Cade Cavalli has impressed in 2021 and could be a fast riser.

Dave Martinez

Dave Martinez Throws Base over Another Runner’s Lane Interference Call Welcome to Week Seven of Ejection Inspection! The premise and ground rules are detailed here. The condensed version: each ejection from the previous week (Thursday through Wednesday) is listed in a table. The author – a former player/coach/umpire – analyzes each ejection and assigns it […]

Diamondbacks Nationals

Diamondbacks 11, Nationals 3 A night after suffering an embarrassing blowout loss, the Arizona Diamondbacks had a huge night of their own as they whipped the visiting Washington Nationals, 11–4, Saturday evening. Diamondbacks third baseman Eduardo Escobar had a huge night, snapping out of a recent cold spell by going 3-for-5 with two home runs, […]

Nationals Diamondbacks

Nationals 17, Diamondbacks 2 Washington Nationals third baseman Starlin Castro entered Friday’s game against the host Arizona Diamondbacks riding an 11-game hit streak. The Diamondbacks snapped his hitting streak, but that was the only good news of the night for them. Castro’s teammates socked 22 hits, including 10 for extra bases, as the Nationals drubbed […]

National League East
Caleb Begley - May 2, 2021

Before this season began, many in the baseball world had high hopes for the National League East. It was considered to be one of the most competitive divisions in the game. One part of that remains true, as the division is only separated by a game and a half. However, those high hopes have quickly […]

Diamondbacks Nationals

Diamondbacks 5, Nationals 2 Madison Bumgarner pitched five innings of two-hit, one-run ball as the Arizona Diamondbacks defeated the host Washington Nationals Sunday afternoon, 5-2, to split the four-game series. Second baseman Josh Rojas went 2-for-4 with a home run, a walk, and three runs scored. Newcomer Nick Heath, the center fielder, added three hits […]

Nationals Diamondbacks

Diamondbacks 6, Nationals 2 The Washington Nationals rode seeing-eye hits to a big fourth inning. Later, they added insurance runs in the seventh and eighth to defeat the visiting Arizona Diamondbacks, 6-2, Saturday afternoon. Diamondbacks outfielder Tim Locastro saw his stolen base streak end, injuring his left pinky in the process. Catcher Yan Gomes opened […]

Akshaj Gaur - Apr 17, 2021

With his start against the Arizona Diamondbacks, Max Scherzer has passed Cy Young in career strikeouts with 2804.

Nationals Diamondbacks

Nationals 1, Diamondbacks 0 Kyle Schwarber hit a tape-measure home run in the bottom of the ninth to give the Washington Nationals a 1-0 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks Friday night. It came on a night where both starting pitchers deserved to win. Nationals starter Max Scherzer and Diamondbacks starter Taylor Widener each were terrific. […]



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Diamondbacks Royals

Diamondbacks 9, Royals 5 PHOENIX, May 23 — Down 4–0 after a half-inning, the Arizona Diamondbacks clubbed 10 hits en route to a come-from-behind 9–5 victory over the Kansas City Royals Monday night. This came in the return of starting pitcher Zack Greinke to Chase Field for the first time since the Diamondbacks traded him […]

Scoreless Outing

Scoreless Outing Percentage and Goose Eggs, 2022 Presenting the full list of Scoreless Outing Percentage (ScOtg%), Goose Eggs (GE), and related statistics for 2022. Statistics run through the end of play on May 22. These statistics aim to further measure effectiveness of relief pitchers. Scoreless Outing Percentage, which first appeared in this piece, is based […]

Baltimore Orioles Adley Rutschman
Jim Marshall - Apr 14, 2022

The Baltimore Orioles have called up top prospect Adley Rutschman. He made his major league debut in front of the Orioles fans on Saturday. He tripled in his second at-bat of the day. Their overall top prospect hopes to be the team’s catcher for the next decade and lead an Orioles staff that has some […]

Chad Green Tommy John
Lewis Masella - Apr 14, 2022

The New York Yankees suffered a big blow to their relief corps this weekend. Veteran pitcher Chad Green is done for the season and likely beyond, as he requires Tommy John surgery. Green has been one of the team’s more reliable relief pitchers for several years. With Aroldis Chapman struggling again, the last thing that […]

Detroit Tigers recovery
Jim Marshall - Apr 14, 2022

Can the Detroit Tigers recover after a not so positive start to the 2022 MLB season? After several brutal seasons of losing baseball, this year was going to be the year they finish over .500 and maybe contend for a playoff spot. One Requirement One requirement surrounding a successful 2022 Tigers team was that they […]

Max Scherzer
Caleb Begley - Apr 14, 2022

New York Mets right hander Max Scherzer will miss the next six to eight weeks with an oblique injury, per Andy McCullough of The Athletic. Max Scherzer has a “moderate to high-grade” oblique strain, the Mets say. He will miss six to eight weeks. — Andy McCullough (@ByMcCullough) May 19, 2022 Scherzer started Wednesday night’s […]

Ian Kennedy

Ian Kennedy: Dependable Reliever, Incredible Teammate for the Diamondbacks Relief pitching for the Arizona Diamondbacks is finally stabilizing, a welcome sight for the team. It has been a concern for years now. Not one reliever from the 2019 squad remains. No reliever from Opening Day 2020 or 2021 is left, either, at least as a […]

Rangers Angels
Nate Miller - Apr 14, 2022

Rangers 6, Angels 5   ARLINGTON, Texas, May 18 — The Texas Rangers completed the sweep of the Los Angeles Angels on Wednesday night, as they won by a final score of 6–5. Jonah Heim, and Nathaniel Lowe were the heroes in this one. Heim had a couple of base hits, and Lowe had a […]