The Citizens are back to discuss the last two weeks in Nats news, Robles’ call up, postseason bullpen musings, the state of the rest of the NL as it relates to playoff seeding, and more!
Early in the show O’Hara plugs the the Half Street Irregulars’ Field Day at the Washington Nationals Youth Baseball Academy on Sunday September 24th. If you’re interested in attending reach out to Frank Latucca on twitter and he’ll get you squared away. If you’d prefer to just donate you can do so here.
The Citizens are joined by Citizen Alum Frank Latucca (@Nationals101) to chat about the last two weeks in Nats news, our hopes for September, musings on playoff rosters with two more weeks of data, Dan Haren, and more!
Early in the show Frank brings up the the Half Street Irregulars Field Day at the Washington Nationals Youth Baseball Academy on Sunday September 24th. If you’re interested in attending reach out to Frank on twitter and he’ll get you squared away. If you’d prefer to just donate you can do so here.
In a two-man edition of the Podcast TJ and O’Hara discuss the last two weeks in Nats news, bullpen additions, Ross/Strasburg injuries, potential deadline additions, and answer questions from listeners.
With Spring Training ramping up the Citizens are back to discuss the Nats offseason including the Eaton acquisition, other minor moves, sings and misses, Matt Wieters, the bullpen, the Nats glut of catchers, and answer questions from listeners! Somehow we manage to stay on topic the *entire time*!
On the 150th episode of the podcast the Citizens return to discus game 5 of the NLDS, the end of the Nats season, upcoming arbitration and non-tender decisions, the coaching staff, roster holes, free agent targets, and more!
The Citizens are back to recap the first four games of the NLDS, talk the probability of certain scenarios in Game 5, lament a certain roster decision, take a brief look at the NLCS (No we’re not getting ahead of ourselves, if we have a podcast next week we’ll be over halfway through the CS), and more!
In a two-man show O’Hara and TJ discuss the litany of Nats injuries over the last month, the meaning of losing Wilson Ramos, the NLDS rotation/bullpen/bench options, Jose Fernandez, and a few other random topics.
After nearly a month off the Citizens are back to discuss recent Nats happenings, the All-Star break, prospect debuts, the upcoming trade deadline, and our thoughts on changes to baseball being kicked around during CBA negotiations.
After a week off to watch hockey, the Citizens return to talk the last two weeks in Nats baseball, the Strasburg extension, the Harper suspension, and more before digressing into a good 30 minute discussion about Captain America: Civil War.