Nationals prospect Erick Fedde talked to Grant Paulsen on MLB Network Radios Minors and Majors about the move to the bullpen at Double-A Harrisburg.Though he was clear that in the long-run the Nationals still view top pitching prospect Erick Fedde as
Andrew Marchand Eddie Matz A lot can happen between now and November 2018. That's when Manny Machado's contract expires, sparking what's sure to be an intense bidding war for one of the best players in the game. Will he choose to stay with the only team he has ever known, or will he opt for a certain division rival that has a habit of seducing superstar free agents? (Or will he go for what's behind door No. 3?) With the New York Yankees and Baltimore Orioles kicking off a key three-game set at Camden Yards (1 p.m. ET, ESPN), baseball writers Andrew Marchand and Eddie Matz debate. Marchand: Machado makes a lot of sense for the Yankees, because he seems like A-Rod with less drama and just as much
Will Koda Glover be able to stop the bleeding at the back of the Nationals bullpen? Until about a week ago, when Washington three outs away from securing a victory, the universal emotion overcoming everyone involved with the Nationals was dread. It should have been settled in November, December, January (three months in which the Nats had the opportunity to acquire Kenley Jansen, Mark Melancon, Aroldis Chapman, David Robertson, and Greg Holland).