2022 Washington Nationals Season Preview

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2022 Washington Nationals Preview With Opening Day fast approaching, the 2022 Washington Nationals are looking to start another season in the nation’s capital. After a 65-97 record in 2021, the Nationals are looking to the future. With Max Scherzer gone and Stephen Strasburg injured to start the season, the Nationals, once reliant on their starting […] READ MORE


Nationals Top Diamondbacks, Locastro to Miss at Least 10 Days

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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 […] READ MORE


Starlin Castro Breaks Wrist, Nationals Call Up Luis Garcia

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The injury bug is starting to hit the Washington Nationals hard. Second basemen Starlin Castro was placed on the IL after breaking his wrist in the suspended game Friday against the Orioles. This is after they placed Sean Doolittle on the 10-day IL earlier in the week. As the corresponding move, the Nationals called up […] READ MORE


Chris Larson 2020 MLB Free Agents Position Player Group

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Position Player Group for the 2020 Season Last week, the mini-series was focused on building out a 13-man pitching staff using MLB free agents from this past offseason. In the exercise, any MLB free agents could be selected, but money was the focal point. Taking the Top Ten payrolls in the game of baseball right […] READ MORE


The Road Ahead for Starlin Castro

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The Road Ahead for Starlin Castro Starlin Castro is a free agent for the first time in his career. After stints with the Chicago Cubs, New York Yankees, and Miami Marlins, he could join his fourth different team in six seasons. Heading into his 30-year-old season, Castro is hoping to sign as an everyday player […] READ MORE


Miami Marlins Decline Starlin Castro’s Option

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Miami Marlins Decline Starlin Castro’s option Before the offseason gets too deep, infielder Starlin Castro will be looking for a new job. The Miami Marlins declined Castro’s $16 million option for next season, opting for the $1 million buy-out instead. Moving On First noted by Jon Heyman, the decision to move on from Castro wasn’t exactly […] READ MORE



Miami Marlins 2018 Season Preview

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After what has been a crushing off-season for fans, the Miami Marlins come into the season with not much in terms of expectations. After the blockbuster trades of Giancarlo Stanton, Christian Yelich, Dee Gordon, and Marcell Ozuna, it is crystal clear that Derek Jeter has a plan. And that plan is to rebuild this team. […] READ MORE


Report: Miami Marlins Trade Giancarlo Stanton to the New York Yankees

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According to reports, the Miami Marlins have traded star slugger Giancarlo Stanton to the New York Yankees. Miami will receive Starlin Castro and prospects in return. New York has also agree to pay $265 MM of the remaining $295 MM on Stanton’s current contract In the end, the Marlins had deals in place with several teams, including […] READ MORE


A Refresher on the 2017 New York Yankees All-Stars

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We all knew Aaron Judge would be making the trip to Miami for next week’s All-Star Game. On Sunday, it was revealed that four teammates will join him. Here’s a breakdown of each of the five 2017 Yankees All Stars. A Refresher on the 2017 New York Yankees All-Stars Catcher Gary Sanchez (Reserve) 2017 Stats- […] READ MORE