Nationals Add Three Pieces to Bullpen at Deadline to Help Surge Towards October

It’s a wild time to be on South Capitol Street as the Nationals acquired three relievers to blooster the worst bullpen in professional baseball. GM Mike Rizzo planned to acquire at least two bullpen pieces today one of which he wanted to be a left handed reliever. Rizzo got his wish and more as he … Continue reading Nationals Add Three Pieces to Bullpen at Deadline to Help Surge Towards October

Nationals Trade Deadline Targets Update

WASHINGTON-- After starting the season with a record of 19-31, the Nationals looked to be sellers at the trade deadline at the end of May. After a sudden turnaround and the best record in baseball since May 24, the Nationals have clawed their way back into the wildcard race but still have some flaws such … Continue reading Nationals Trade Deadline Targets Update

Why the Nationals shouldn’t trade their top prospects for a reliever just for a chance to play in the Wild Card game

WASHINGTON-- Carter Kieboom, Mason Denaburg, Luis Garcia, Tim Cate and Will Crowe. All top organizational prospects that the Nationals could move in order to acquire a top flight reliever at the trade deadline on Wednesday afternoon as GM Mike Rizzo will attempt to upgrade an atrocious bullpen to make the Nationals competitive down the stretch. … Continue reading Why the Nationals shouldn’t trade their top prospects for a reliever just for a chance to play in the Wild Card game

Ryan Zimmerman: Winning Matters, Money Doesn’t

To Ryan Zimmerman, money doesn’t matter now. Winning does. The longtime National is looking for a ring even if that means he has to accept a reduced role for the 2020 season. Before the 2012 season, Zimmerman signed a team friendly six-year, $100 million extension to stay with the Nationals which looked like a bargain … Continue reading Ryan Zimmerman: Winning Matters, Money Doesn’t