The fantasy baseball experts at CBSSports.com break down who to start and who to sit for the upcoming week.
Sometimes a team’s best players don’t make the All-Star team. Here are the National League’s mid-season team MVPs.
It’s always tough to start a platoon bat in Fantasy baseball. While some players can absolutely mash depending on the handedness of the pitcher, there’s always concern about their lack of playing time hurting their value. In many situations, this is the case.
Someone who’s accustomed to the pressure of trying to crack an everyday Major League roster, Ryan Mattheus is entering his second full season with the Nats, and his first as a proven commodity in their bullpen. He sat down with Holden and Danny to explain the ins and outs of Spring Training on Wednesday.
When the story of Manti Te’o’s alleged deceased girlfriend broke Wednesday, it pushed immediately to the forefront of every sports desk in America, overshadowing many other very relevant sports stories. Here are some local stories you may have missed in the cloud of Te’o dust.
The Nationals have dealt Michael Morse in a three-way trade, involving the Mariners and the Athletics, that brings right-handed pitcher A.J. Cole back to Washington, according to the Washington Post.
The Washington Nationals are shopping outfielder/first baseman Michael Morse, who slammed 31 home runs with 95 RBI, 73 runs and a .303 batting average just two years ago, because they have nowhere to play him after acquiring center fielder Denard Span from Minnesota and re-signing first baseman Adam LaRoche.
The Washington Nationals have reached an agreement with first baseman Adam LaRoche, according to the Washington Post.
In 2012, the Washington Nationals had their first winning record since they began play in D.C. in 2005, and they played the first playoff series in Washington in 79 years. The Nationals took D.C. fans through a roller coaster of emotions in the National League Division Series. Now that D.C. fans have had a taste of playoff baseball, they can only hope that this year was just the beginning.
The Washington Nationals’ epic collapse, first surrendering a 6-0 lead, then giving up four runs in the ninth inning to give Game 5 of the National League Division Series to the St. Louis Cardinals, will go down as one of the worst moments in D.C. sports history.