Before hearing from Nationals RP Sean Doolittle (31:43), Buster & Tim Kurkjian discuss A.J. Hinch's gripes, strength of schedule concerns, Carlos Gonzalez's signing & much more (8:11). Plus, Derrick Goold with some "Inside Heat" on the Cardinals' spring struggles (37:20).
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Nationals outfielder Michael A. Taylor will miss "a significant amount of time" due to a sprained left knee and sprained left hip, manager Dave Martinez said Friday.
Aaron Judge, Bryce Harper and ... Matt Adams? With big bucks now at stake, we asked our writers which eight sluggers they would want swinging for the fences.
Buster welcomes David Schoenfield to discuss the latest agreement between MLB & the players, Ronald Acuna Jr.'s hot spring and more (4:51). Plus, Sarah Langs' "Numbers Game" (28:43) and Eduardo Perez on his biggest takeaways from the spring thus far (34:00).
The Rookie of the Year runner-up put up historic numbers as a teenager. Now 20, he's the new heart of the Nats' lineup -- and drawing comparisons not just to his former teammate but also to Mike Trout.
From top prospects and rising young stars to bounce-back candidates, which players who missed the MLB Rank cut could soon find a place on the list?
The Nationals have agreed to a one-year deal with reliever Tony Sipp, who played for Houston last year.
You picked who? Where? We break down some of the questions to come out of the rankings -- and ask you to weigh in as well.
A major shake-up brings a new crew of All-Stars to the forefront, with some of the game's biggest names on the outside looking in.
Before hearing from new Angels P Matt Harvey (26:32), Buster & Keith Law discuss front office strategy when it comes to valuable players and much more (3:09). Plus, Sarah Langs' "Numbers Game" (34:29) and Tim Keown on his recent ESPN the Magazine cover story on Bryce Harper (39:48).
Just over two weeks before Opening Day, two prominent free agents remain available. We find realistic landing spots and outside-the-box fits for both pitchers.
Leading off our countdown of the game's best, youngsters duel with historic greats. Which players landed on the back half of our list?
Manager Dave Martinez made official on Monday what most already assumed: Ace Max Scherzer will be the first to get the ball for the Nationals.
In 2012, each of the major sports teams in the nation's capital had a superstar. Here's a look at what they accomplished.
Before hearing from Max Scherzer (41:59) & Bob Melvin (47:26), Buster & Karl Ravech discuss All-Access day, critical times for free agents, Tom Seaver and much more (6:01). Plus, Jessica Mendoza on her new role with the Mets (35:30).
Max Scherzer could have focused just on his pitching Tuesday, but opted to hit as well against Boston and said he plans to bat in each of his final three spring training starts to be ready at the plate when the regular season begins.
Before hearing from Giancarlo Stanton (31:15), Buster & Tim Kurkjian discuss the opportunity ahead for Bryce Harper, free agents still on the market, the most competitive division in baseball and much more (6:45). Plus, Jesse Rogers' "Inside Heat" on the Cubs (36:22).
Yes, Bryce Harper was the face of the franchise. But his now-former team has plenty of star power to move on without him, and maybe even win a playoff series.
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