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The Morning Briefing: Baseball will be played this WEEKEND! ⚾⚾

Friday, February 26 2021 Washington Nationals and Major League Baseball headlines, news and the latest news coming out of Washington Nationals Spring Training

Good Friday Morning, Washington Nationals Fans. We made it to the end of the week. And we have baseball to write about this weekend! 

Today’s weather in West Palm Beach, according to the National Weather Service: 

Sunny, with a high near 80. Light east wind increasing to 5 to 10 mph in the morning.

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Countdown Clock

Exhibition Games Begin: 3 Days
Opening Day 2021: 35 Days
2021 MLB All-Star Game: 138 Days

Today’s Morning Briefing was written by Richard 

Today’s Top Story: Baseball will be played this WEEKEND! 

Well, the wait is almost over, Nationals Fans; we only have three more days until the Washington Nationals will face off against the St. Louis Cardinals at 1:05 pm EST at Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium in Jupiter, Florida. The game will not be broadcasted on MASN Sports, so Nationals fans will have to tune to Twitter and beat reporters at the game for the latest game information. We wil let you know if anything changes. You can watch the game on Fox Sports Midwest per Frank at Nationals Source

Talking about Spring Training schedules… Yesterday the Washington Nationals released where fans can listen to Spring Training games. Click here to see the full schedule on our Spring Training Note Page

Don’t forget to head to our Spring Training Page during the day, where we give updates on the latest news coming out of West Palm Beach, FL, including a Picture of the Day!

A couple of letters missing from the schedule: MASN

Nats Fans will have to wait till Monday to see some baseball action on

Need to get even more pumped for Spring Training? Well, listen to my recent chat with Washington Nationals Washington Post beat Reporter Jesse Dougherty and NBC Sports Washington Nationals reporter Matt Weyrich, and we talked all things Washington Nationals.

We talked about some of the offseason signings, what it is like down at Spring Training this year, and much more! 




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Does Bryce Harper Take a Shot at the Washington Nationals? Or does any Nationals Fan Care any more? 

I guess I had to include this story about EX-Washington Nationals RF Bryce Harper and some of his recent comments during a Zoom press conference yesterday.

During the press conference, former Washington Nationals Right fielder Bryce Harper said he feels he can speak more freely and honestly in Philly “I love playing in Philadelphia. I feel like I can be Bryce. They have let me be me” 

He said Phillies have never asked him to dial it down. That leaves one major question to think about as Washington Nationals fans. 
As Nationals fans, do we even care what Bryce Harper said during this press conference two years removed from him leaving Washington D.C.? 

Let us know what you think by commenting to us on Twitter or Facebook! 

Podcast Alert: In the Clubhouse with the Nats Report

Meet Washington National Super Fan Kyle White. Kyle has been a fan of the Washington Nationals since 2005 and has made his own memorable moments at Nats Park. Listen to Richard’s Interiew with Kyle to get some warm feelings to get you ready for this upcoming baseball season.

Are you a Washington National super fan? Do you have a great story to tell on why you LOVE the Washington Nationals and want to appear on an upcoming episode of the podcast? Reply to this email! 




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Perspective: The Case For Victor Robles Leading Off

Washington’s Lineup is in a weird spot right now. They have a good amount of high-level talent, but it’s not as deep as many would like, so Victor Robles might be a good option to lead off. Based on Mike Rizzo’s recent comments, it appears that the Nationals are done adding players and they haven’t been outwardly linked to anyone who hits leadoff.

Thankfully, they may have the perfect leadoff candidate on the roster in Victor Robles

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