Nationals manager Matt Williams thinks Bryce Harper is primed to “take that next step” in becoming a superstar entering his third season in Major League Baseball.
The Washington Nationals are hosting auditions for people who want to sing the national anthem during baseball season.
Anthony Rendon has settled in at second base for the Nationals. But his job isn’t safe yet.
Perhaps no photo from Spring Training better illustrates just how much bulk Nationals slugger Bryce Harper packed on in the offseason, than this photo right here.
Cal Ripken, Jr. shot down rumors that he was in serious contention for the Nationals managerial opening in 2013, in an interview on 106.7 The Fan on Tuesday, is still open to managing, and weighed in on MLB’s new home plate collision rule.
Nats manager Matt Williams steps into a situation in Washington, encompassed by notably less pressure than when they were the World Series favorites the year before. Less pressure, and much more talent.
An exclusive excerpt from John Feinstein’s book, “Where Nobody Knows Your Name,” which chronicles the lives of those trying to reach Major League Baseball.
It’s easy to take Spring Training for granted, until you think of the 31 springs in which Washington baseball fans were deprived of a team.
Baseballs aren’t the only things being launched over Spring Training stadiums in Florida.
The new piece of equipment in Ryan Zimmerman’s locker is a first baseman’s mitt. He doesn’t mind using it a little, as long as it’s not a lot.