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  1. Nationals can't beat the good teams

    David Schoenfield

    There's certainly no shame in losing to Adam Wainwright. When he's commanding his fastball to the corners and dropping in that big curveball, the 1927 Yankees with Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig would have trouble beating him. It's one thing to lose to ...

    Blog | April 18, 2014
  2. Desperate Nats to play Rendon at second

    David Schoenfield

    Somehow, Danny Espinosa played more than month with a fractured right wrist without it being properly diagnosed. After discovering the injury on May 24, the Nationals still kept around, as his average plummeted to .158. The Nationals finally ended th...

    Blog | June 05, 2013
  3. Thirty thoughts on Orioles-Nationals game

    David Schoenfield

    It was 86 degrees in Baltimore on Wednesday night, the ball was flying and we had one of the most exciting games of the season, a 9-6 Orioles victory over the Washington Nationals and one of the hottest pitchers in baseball, including a six-run rally...

    Blog | May 29, 2013
  4. How the Nationals can make history

    David Schoenfield

    In the past 30 years, five teams have won at least 105 games. I've gone on record as saying the Washington Nationals have an excellent chance of joining that exclusive company. While we've analyzed the Nationals previously, I was interested in loo...

    Blog | March 05, 2013
  5. More fun with player comparisons

    David Schoenfield

    We did two earlier. Let's try another one. Player A is a regarded as a star player, a slick-fielding second baseman who has won three Gold Glove Awards, has power and finished 13th in the MVP voting in 2012. Player B is a young player with holes i...

    Blog | December 31, 2012
  6. Why each team can win it all

    David Schoenfield

    With help from the blog network writers, here are reasons each team can win the World Series. St. Louis Cardinals 1. A potent, balanced lineup. The Cardinals had the best on-base percentage in baseball, including four starters -- Matt Holliday, J...

    Blog | October 04, 2012
  7. Nationals suffer big loss with Werth injury

    David Schoenfield

    Already struggling to score runs, the Washington Nationals have lost right fielder Jayson Werth for about six weeks after he broke his left wrist trying to make a diving catch on Sunday. It's the same wrist Werth injured with the Dodgers in 2005, ...

    Blog | May 07, 2012
  8. A lineup for the future, Nationals-style

    David Schoenfield

    Washington Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo has said he's comfortable with the team's options at first base for 2012 -- either Mike Morse, who hit 31 home runs in 2011, or Adam LaRoche, if he can return from shoulder surgery. Still, I have dre...

    Blog | November 16, 2011
  9. Rookie picks: Hellickson, Kimbrel

    David Schoenfield

    The American League rookie crop has a chance to be one of the deepest, most exciting groups of rookies one league has produced in a long time (although the 2010 NL group with Buster Posey, Jason Heyward, Mike Stanton, Starlin Castro and Jaime Garcia ...

    Blog | November 14, 2011
  10. Danny Espinosa, other deserving All-Stars

    David Schoenfield

    The All-Star rosters will be announced Sunday, and here are five guys I'd like to see make the All-Star Game, but might get left out. EspinosaDanny Espinosa, 2B, Nationals: Rickie Weeks and Brandon Phillips are neck-and-neck in the fan voting and ...

    Blog | June 29, 2011