Before we get to some Nats ups and downs, I'd like to start off with some good news. Jack Rolle got a great report on his latest MRI that took place this past Friday at Children's Hospital. Every 12 weeks my grandson, who just celebrated his 12th birthday last Thursday, has to undergo an MRI to see if any cancer cells have reappeared. As
What a rough couple of weeks for the Nats! No need to tell you that - Everyone is well aware of the bumpy road the ballclub has traveled, but the question remains: What is the answer and how can the club get back on track? Finding an answer is something that only Jim Riggleman, his coaches, and the players can come up with. Now,
Two starts in the Bigs and two victories for 21-year-old Stephen Strasburg! I'm not surprised are you? One thing that does surprise me is the way that last year's Number One pick in the draft simply goes about his business and seems to be handling what most everyone sees as tremendous pressure to perform at the big league level. It's almost as if Stephen
Well it's finally official! The Washington Nationals' top pick in last year's First-Year Player Draft is ready to pack his bags and leave Syracuse for our Nation's Capital. Stephen Strasburg will make his first start in the Major Leagues Tuesday, June 8 against the Pittsburgh Pirates. Vice President and GM Mike Rizzo made the announcement Monday. What more can Strasburg do at Triple-A Syracuse?