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Washington Nationals: A Team Built for the Regular Season

The Washington Nationals are going to win the National League East in 2015. They’re not off to a great start this season, but it doesn’t matter. 825 more words

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MLB Preview 2015: A Tale Of Two Philosophies For Marlins And Padres In 2015

This past Major League Baseball offseason was the most intriguing I’ve witnessed in years.

Of all the interesting moves that went down perhaps the most interesting were how two markets (Miami and San Diego) made themselves relevant in two very different ways.  902 more words

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The Phil Naessens Show #1142: Oklahoma City Thunder, Miami Heat, NL East Preview and NBA Conference Seeding

On today’s Phil Naessens Show we talk Oklahoma City Thunder hoops with J.A. Sherman, NBA Western Conference Seeding with J.R. Wilco, preview the National League East with… 197 more words

Friday Roundup: Late Sunday #Nats Edition

Thank you for accepting my delayed round up. In appreciation of that, here is a Bryce Harper Home Run.

#NatsClubHouseSocial: Tuesday night, the Washington Nationals social media team invited a handful of highly visible, highly social, highly interactive Nationals fans for a presentation regarding the new bells, whistles, and giveaways at the park this year. 1,571 more words

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National League Predictions For 2015

There is but one potentially great team in the National League, the Washington Nationals.  They are the only team in the Majors that I could imagine winning as many as 100 games in 2015. 452 more words

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Spring Training Question #2: Can Matt Williams Grow As A Manager?

Matt Williams managing the NLDS.

Look, I get it. Managing is tough. When the team wins, most folks usually congratulate the players and when they lose, most folks usually blame the manager- and that’s usually the fair thing to do. 1,904 more words

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Flipping the National League East

The last five weeks I have been analyzing the progression of all National League East teams since 2010. In this analysis, I have noticed that the entire National League has been flipped upside down. 617 more words