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The Morning Briefing: Pitchers and Catchers Report Tomorrow

Today is Tuesday, February 16, 2021 and Pitchers and Catchers are reporting tomorrow to West Palm Beach, FL and Spring Training will be starting!

Good Morning, Washington Nationals Fans.

Thank you for joining us all off-season as we broke down all the trades, rumors, headlines and more. Now its time to talk about the season and actual games! 

Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter so that you are in the loop throughout the day! 

Countdown Clock

Days to Pitchers and Catchers Report: 1 Day

Exhibition Games Begin: 13 Days

Opening Day: 44 Days

5 Washington Nationals StoryLines for Spring Training 

At the end of 2020, we outlined five big picture storylines that Nationals fans need to focus on this year. While some of the storylines are the same, it is worth taking a closer look at them now that Mike Rizzo has made some moves. Here are some of the stories that we will be paying attention to during Spring Training and into Opening Day. One important note, these storylines aren’t ranked in order of importance, but rather just some overall thoughts.

Click here to read the full article on The Nats Report

How Hurt Was Carter Kieboom During the 2020 Season?

Steven Mears from broke some news about Carter Kieboom yesterday and could explain a lot about Kieboom’s performance during the 2020 season. 

According to Mears, “A #Nats source told us on a condition of anonymity that Carter Kieboom played on what was thought to be a strained groin during the 2020 season and it turned out he was playing with a GROIN TEAR.”

Click here to read the article via The Nats Report

2021 Season Preview: New York Mets

There was only one other Major League Baseball team that was more active during the offseason than the New York Mets, and it was the San Diego Padres.

Click here to read our Season Preview of the New York Mets and the Philadelphia Phillies.

Negro League 101: A New Educational initiative and a Negro League TV Series?

During a press conference on Saturday afternoon, Negro League Baseball Hall of Fame president Bob Kendrick announced a new educational initiative: “Negro League 101.” This initiative will include a series of programs, events, and virtual reality projects. Additionally, the museum is also developing digital content that will include the digitalization of two of its most acclaimed traveling exhibitions. 

Click here to read the full article via The Nats Report 

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