The backstory behind mascot-on-mascot crime, the irony of cinema and minor league baseball colliding, and how ballplayers are speaking with their eyes.
Bryce Harper is up to no good, Russ Stephans is up to neither bad nor good, and the Mariners and Angels are up to both at the same time.
Despite the big names being off the market, there’s still plenty of activity to come and these teams still have work left to do.
The Nationals started slow, but the Braves should be looking over their shoulders.
The Nationals call up a pitching prospect to fill in for the injured Ross Detwiler.
BP invades the nation’s capital
Ben and Sam discuss the news about Stephen Strasburg’s forearm and talk about why Manny Machado’s performance this season hasn’t gotten more attention.
An injury to Ryan Zimmerman clears room for the Nationals’ top prospect for the second straight season.
The second installment of a five-part series on the pressing questions confronting each team in 2013.
Ben and Sam preview the Nationals’ season with Paul Sporer and Daniel Rathman, and Pete talks to Adam Kilgore, who covers the Nationals for the Washington Post (at 19:51).
Dan looks at the Nationals’ bullpen situation following the surprising signing of Rafael Soriano.
Ben and Sam discuss the three-way trade between the Mariners, A’s, and Nationals and talk about whether Seattle was too fixated on adding power this offseason.
Scouting, drafting, developing and signing have all helped the Nationals get good, but they wouldn’t be where they are without a series of smart trades.
It took two months, but Adam LaRoche eventually accepted the Nationals’ offer to return for two more years.
The resilient Cardinals manage one more comeback to stun the Nationals and advance to the NLCS.
Ben and Sam discuss Game Three of the Yankees-Orioles ALDS, the decision to pinch-hit for Alex Rodriguez, and A-Rod’s future in New York, then talk about why the Stephen Strasburg debate won’t go away.