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Nationals Spring Training Radio Broadcasts

After updating my last post with the news that MASN will televise Stephen Strasburg’s spring debut, I thought it’d be a good idea to post the radio schedule as well. DATE OPPONENT TIME OUTLET March 5 @Atlanta 1:05pm XM March … Continue reading

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MASN Announces Spring Training Game Broadcast Plans

Surprised this slipped by me—perhaps I was distracted by all the news about Stephen Strasburg’s 37-pitch bullpen session on Saturday—but our lovely local broadcast network announced last week that it will televise eight spring-training games in 2010 and surprise, surprise … Continue reading

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Chris Marrero: The Next Adrian Gonzalez?

By MM Introduction Nationals 1B Chris Marrero is one of Washington’s  top prospects. The 21-year-old from Miami was drafted 15th in the 2006 MLB Draft. He was ranked 6th in the Nationals farm system this past offseason according to Baseball … Continue reading

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A Closer Look At The Nationals’ Catcher of The Future

The roster of NationalsProspects.com writers expands with MM, a 20-year-old student at George Mason University. Without further ado… Introduction Catcher Derek Norris is not only one of the Nationals’ best position-player prospects; he is one of the best in all … Continue reading

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More from the MLBA… Pitching Prospects

Now that you’re familiar with the system, let’s jump right in, shall we? Stephen Strasburg, 10C (21) Who? Drew Storen, 9B (22) Roundly criticized last June as a “signability” pick, Storen may have been the shrewdest pick of the draft … Continue reading

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More from the MLBA… Batting Prospects

First, a little explanation about the system they use for grading prospects. It’s two parts, a number grade and then a letter grade. The number grade is the ceiling, the letter grade is the potential for reaching that ceiling. 10 … Continue reading

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Minor League Baseball Analyst Ranks Washington #17

Today, my copy of the 2010 Minor League Baseball Analyst came in the mail with good news. The Nationals are starting to move towards the middle of the pack, just one notch behind the defending World Champion New York Yankees … Continue reading

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