Friday, October 23, 2020

Our biggest announcement Yet: Welcome to the Re-Designed Nats Report

With over 500 subscribers to our Morning Briefing and over 200 subscribers to our GameNotes and growing day by day, The Nats Report has become rapidly another excellent resource for all the news and analysis about the 2019 World Series Champions, the Washington Nationals.

While Davey Martinez has been shaking up his coaching staff, we have been busy working on re-designing the Nats Report home on the web, and today we are launching the website!

With over 500 subscribers to our Morning Briefing and over 200 subscribers to our GameNotes and growing day by day, The Nats Report has become rapidly another excellent resource for all the news and analysis about the 2019 World Series Champions, the Washington Nationals.

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