Nationals

On Max Scherzer and Saving Velocity by Owen McGrattan June 11, 2021 With the continual increases in league-wide fastball velocity each year, we’re beginning to understand that pitcher aging curves are going to change dramatically. As Jeff Zimmerman’s work makes clear, older pitchers are holding onto more of their fastball velocity and shedding usage at
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Yadiel Hernandez, Sleeping Giant by Ben Clemens May 20, 2021 Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. Why is it so easy to fill in the pool that the Washington Nationals own? That’s right — it has no depth. The Nats have relied on a stars-and-scrubs approach for years, hoping that their stellar headliners
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Front Office Conference Call Agendas: National League by Kevin Goldstein May 5, 2021 Building off of yesterday’s American League conference call agendas, let’s move on to the National League and see what’s on the docket for the teams of the senior circuit. Arizona Diamondbacks We’re over .500 and we’re banged up. This team is better
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