Nationals Opinions & Analysis
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The Washington Nationals’ bullpen is stronger than it was a day ago, but it can be even better...
With the number of key arms that have struggled in relief roles this season, there isn’t going to be enough room for everyone on the postseason roster.
Will the Washington Nationals go all-in to win a World Series?
Anthony Rendon ranked fourth in the last All-Star balloting update among NL third basemen, but the Nationals infielder should be higher.
The Washington Nationals entered play Thursday with a 9.5-game lead in the NL East, yet some seem to think that’s a bad thing.
Will Koda Glover be able to stop the bleeding at the back of the Nationals’ bullpen?
Trades, call-ups, now, please and thank you.
The Washington Nationals’ No. 5 starter has struggled mightily this season, but his repertoire fits the mold of a lethal bullpen arm.
Washington Nationals’ ace Max Scherzer takes the ball every fifth day, something that can’t be taken for granted these days.
Trea Turner has been a catalyst for the Washington Nationals since his call up last season, but Wil Myers and Steven Souza haven’t been too bad themselves.
Coming off perhaps the worst season in his career, the Washington Nationals’ Ryan Zimmerman is looking like his former Silver Slugger-winning self.
Matt Wieters is becoming a bright spot in the bottom of the Nationals’ lineup.
Washington Nationals’ third baseman Anthony Rendon has struggled out of the gate. Should Dusty Baker consider moving him down in the order?
After struggling for a while, it is important to remember: Ryan Zimmerman is still a very good baseball player.
After enduring an offseason of criticism surrounding the team’s relief corps, the Washington Nationals have emerged with one of the best bullpens in baseball.
With Opening Day next Monday, here are some fun facts to get Washington Nationals ready for the big game...