Category Archives: PERSPECTIVE

Roster Construction for 2011: Who Stays and Who Goes?

The other day, Bill Ladson at MLB.com took a look at the Washington Nationals current roster and gave an educated guess as to which of those players would stay or go for 2011.  Since I’ve been working on a piece like that myself, I thought I’d roll it out there and offer my opinion for debate. 
ABSOLUTE KEEPERS
Ryan Zimmerman, 3B:  Get it out of the way.  The Face isn’t going anywhere, but his Continue reading

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GAME 143 REVIEW: Nationals Drop 5th Straight; Have They Quit Already?

"Sometimes when the same person keeps giving the message, it starts to fall on deaf ears." — Jim Riggleman, on his post-game meeting with the team.
The Washington Nationals have 19 games remaining in the 2010 season.  If they win three of them, they will avoid losing 100 games for the third straight season.  It’s little solace for Nats fans that harbored illusions of a wild-card berth when the Continue reading

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