Monday, August 10, 2020

Bryce Harper declined $300 million long-term contract from Nationals

The Washington Post reported that the Nats made the offer to Harper before the final day of the regular season—what does his decision mean for the Nationals and the rest of the league?

Nationals exercise club option on All-Star reliever Sean Doolittle

Sean Doolittle
In a move that was never in doubt, the Washington Nationals announced today that they exercised their club option on left-handed reliever Sean Doolittle

Nationals prospect Victor Robles having a great winter in the Dominican Republic

Victor Robles
Victor Robles has gone 10-for-21 in five games in the Dominican Republic, as he gets ready for perhaps his first full season in the majors.

Anthony Rendon was once again a stud for the Washington Nationals

Anthony Rendon
One bright point of the Washington Nationals disappointing 2018 season was Anthony Rendon. Washington's most consistent player produced another great year.

Nationals start addressing bullpen by signing Kyle Barraclough

The Washington Nationals signed Kyle Barraclough to start addressing their bullpen issues, which was the biggest contributor to a disappointing season

Washington Nationals 2018 Position Review: Catcher

Washington Nationals
Catcher was arguably the weakest position on the 2018 Washington Nationals team. Can they make an upgrade at the position this offseason?

Nationals season may cost Juan Soto the NL Rookie of the Year Award

Juan Soto
In what should be a close NL Rookie of the Year vote, the Nationals’ underperforming season may cost left fielder Juan Soto the award

Bryce Harper will change the course of Major League Baseball this winter

Bryce Harper
No one knows where Bryce Harper will decide to play next season, but one thing is for sure, It will change Major League Baseball forever.

The case for Max Scherzer and his third consecutive Cy Young Award

Max Scherzer
In a season full of shortcomings for the Washington Nationals, Mad Max Scherzer was still the same elite, fierce competitor every fifth day.

Nationals never recovered from season misfortunes, go home early

Washington Nationals
Injuries on both sides and an underperforming pitching staff contributed to the Nationals unexpected early offseason.
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