Nationals’ Juan Soto Tests Positive for COVID-19

WASHINGTON-- Nationals left fielder Juan Soto tested positive for the coronavirus earlier today and will be left off the Opening Day roster according to a tweet from ESPN’s Jeff Passan. Soto, 21, will miss tonight’s season opener against the Yankees and will be replaced by journeyman Emilio Bonifacio. In lighter news, however, Soto is asymptomatic … Continue reading Nationals’ Juan Soto Tests Positive for COVID-19

How the Nationals made baseball fun again in D.C.

Photo: PATRICK SEMANSKY/AP/SHUTTERSTOCK When the Washington Nationals began their season on a chilly, 56 degree Thursday afternoon at the tail end of March, no one could have predicted how the season would end: on a stage in front of the Capitol building dancing to Baby Shark celebrating with a slightly damaged World Series trophy. A … Continue reading How the Nationals made baseball fun again in D.C.

‘Bumpy roads lead to beautiful places.’ How the Nats were able to defy the odds and become World Series Champs

The Nationals wrote their own improbable story after starting the season with a record of 19-31. The Nationals used the doubters as fuel to propel them to their first ever World Series title. As Davey Martinez once said, “Bumpy Roads Lead to Beautiful Places.”

Nationals destroy Astros, take 2-0 series lead

Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports HOUSTON-- The Nationals dugout dancing has stolen America’s heart and the team doesn’t plan on stopping the party on the plane ride back to Washington as they take Game Two and manhandle the Astros 12-3 to take a two-games-to-none series lead Kurt Suzuki became a one-man wrecking crew and Washington’s hero … Continue reading Nationals destroy Astros, take 2-0 series lead