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The Morning Briefing: Erick Fedde will kick off Spring Training Season

Saturday, February 27 2021 Washington Nationals and Major League Baseball headlines, news and the latest news coming out of Washington Nationals Spring Training

Good Saturday Morning, Washington Nationals Fans! Thank you for starting the weekend with us! Baseball tomorrow! 

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.

Forcast for Jupiter FL for tomorrow: 

Mostly sunny, with a high near 82. Breezy, with a southeast wind around 16 mph, with gusts as high as 21 mph.

Upcoming Games:

  • 2/28/2021 at St. Louis 1:05 pm EST
  • 3/12021, 2021 vs. Astros 1:05 pm EST
  • 3/3/2021 vs. Marlins 1:05 pm EST
  • 3/4/2021 at Mets 1:10 pm EST
  • 3/5/2021 vs. St. Louis 6:05 pm EST
  • 3/6/2021 at Marlins 1:05 pm EST

Countdown Clock:

Opening Day 2021: 35 Days

2021 MLB All-Star Game: 138 Days

Make sure to follow The Nats Report on Twitter for updates on the latest Washington Nationals and Major League Baseball during the day!
 

Today’s Morning Briefing was written by Richard 


Today’s Top Story: Erick Fedde will kick off Spring Training Season.

Yesterday afternoon, reports came out that Dave Martinez named Erick Fedde as the starting pitcher in tomorrow’s Nationals’ first spring training exhibition against the Cardinals in Jupiter. Fedde was ready, and Dave Martinez says Washing is easing in Max Scherzer after his sprained ankle injury that he suffered before Spring Training started. 

The game will not be broadcasted on MASN Sports, so Nationals fans have to watch the game on Fox Sports Midwest per Frank at Nationals Source if you have an MLBTV.com package. Lucky for you, we do, and therefore, we will be posting live updates on TheNatsReport.com during the game. 

Additionally, tomorrow, we will be sending a special edition of GameNotes in the Morning instead of the Morning Briefing.

We will have Wall-To-Wall Coverage throughout the day right on The Nats Report social channels and our live blog page of the National’s first Spring Training Game of the 2021 season. Are you ready? 


Be ready for Spring Training and listen to “In the Clubhouse with the Nats Report”

 This week, I sat down with Washington Nationals beat reporters from The Athletic and the Washington Post and NBC Sports Washington. So take a listen today while you are outside or inside. 

Links to my recent chat with Washington Nationals The Athletic beat Reporter Maria Torres:

Apple: http://apple.co/37BMBb2 

Spotify: http://spoti.fi/2P876WF 

Megaphone: http://bit.ly/3kjNSIT

Links to my recent chat with Washington Nationals Washington Post beat Reporter Jesse Dougherty and NBC Sports Washington Nationals reporter Matt Weyrich

Apple: http://apple.co/3qSAPRm 

Spotify: http://spoti.fi/3kyPVsZ 

Megaphone: https://bit.ly/3uEDr7N

Make sure that you add us to your podcast feed so that you will be notified when we publish a brand new episode.


MLB and MLBPA Announce Weekly COVID-19 Testing Results

Yesterday, Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball players association announced the second set of COVID-19 results conducted under MLB’s COVID-19 health and Monitoring & Testing Plan. This testing is being conducted during Spring Training.

Click here to read the full article


Will Victor Robles Lead off During the Season?

 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. 

Click here to read the full article on The Nats Report


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