Greg DePalma and 1st Amendment Sports founder Ken Meringolo discuss the latest headlines surrounding the Washington Nationals, who entered the week with an 8-game NL East lead but may need to be concerned with ace Stephen Strasburg after a third straight hard loss.
Greg DePalma and 1st Amendment Sports founder Ken Meringolo discuss the latest headlines surrounding the Washington Nationals, who are cruising at the top of the NL East with the help of No.3 starter Tanner Roark.
Greg DePalma and 1st Amendment Sports founder Ken Meringolo review a a fairly quiet trade deadline for the Washington Nationals, though the picked up reliever Mark Melancon from Pittsburgh. They’ll also look at prospects with Terry Byrom, media relations chief for the Nats’ Double-A affiliate in Harrisburg.
Greg DePalma and co-host Ken Meringolo are joined by special guest Mike Weisman, media relations manager for the Washington Nationals’ Class A Potomac affiliate, to discuss such prospects as third baseman Drew Ward. At the big club, the Nationals headed into the All-Star Break with a six-game lead on their nearest NL East competition.
Greg DePalma and 1st Amendment Sports proprietor Ken Meringolo discuss the latest Washington Nationals headlines. While Bryce Harper claimed a spot in the National League’s All-Star lineup, Danny Espinosa was named the NL’s Player of the Week.
The Washington Nationals are fresh off a 3-game sweep of their top rivals and now must try to increase their NL East lead with upcoming home series’ against the Reds and Brewers before facing the Mets again in New York prior to the All-Star break.
Greg DePalma and 1st Amendment Sports managing editor Ken Meringolo return under a slightly tweaked moniker, discussing the latest Washington Nationals news that includes Max Scherzer‘s gem againt the Mets after the club put Stephen Strasberg on the disabled list.
If the Washington Nationals pull the trigger on a trade, who might they be willing to give up to receive that proverbial “missing piece?”
Greg DePalma and 1st Amendment Sports proprietor Ken Meringolo take a look at possible trade targets for the Washington Nationals in the final month before the deadline. Principal targets include Colorado’s Carlos Gonzalez and pitchers Sonny Gray of Oakland and Andrew Miller of the Yankees.
Greg DePalma and 1st Amendment Sports proprietor Ken Meringolo discuss bright prospects for the Washington Nationals‘ summer, as ace Stephen Strasburg entered June with a 9-0 record and Joe Ross has the lowest ERA in the rotation.