Patrickreddington

Patrick Reddington

Nationals Editor

Proust, Kerouac, Alain Resnais, Alan Moore and baseball.

MOST RECENT POSTS

Washington Nationals Make D.C. Baseball History

For SB Nation DC's Nationals editor Patrick Reddington, the Nats' return to the postseason was a long time coming, in more ways than one.

Steve Lombardozzi: Ready Whenever Nats Need Him

Washington Nationals' manager Davey Johnson has prepared Steve Lombardozzi all season for the important role he may have to play down the stretch.

Don't Ever Change, Bryce Harper

He hustled for triples, ran when no one expected it, hit a few balls out of Nats Park and continued to impress his manager. A few days in the life of Washington Nationals' outfielder Bryce Harper.

Stephen Strasburg Shutdown: 'I'm In It With These Guys ... I'm Going To Fight With Them Til The End.'

Nationals GM Mike Rizzo took the "shutdown" decision out of Stephen Strasburg's hands because he knows the pitcher would take the ball.

Jordan Zimmermann's Quiet Is About To Be Disturbed

Washington Nationals' right-hander Jordan Zimmermann has happily avoided the spotlight thus far in his career, but he won't be able to for much longer.

The Anger Over Stephen Strasburg's Innings Limit Makes Little Sense

The plan has been in place for over a year now, so why are people so angry about the Washington Nationals' plan to shut Stephen Strasburg down?

Is Lucas Giolito Ready To Make His GCL Debut?

The Washington Nationals took a risk on a highly-regarded pitcher who suffered an elbow injury before the 2012 Draft, but now right-hander Lucas Giolito appears ready to make his pro debut.

Stephen Strasburg's Learning Curve And A Chat With The Cat

A week of chatter about Washington Nationals' right-hander Stephen Strasburg ended with the Nats' 24-year-old right-hander shutting the Miami Marlins out for six innings on Sunday.

The Washington Nationals, Mike Rizzo And Run Prevention

The Washington Nationals are winning with pitching and defense this season, just the way their General Manager said they would.

John Lannan And Ross Detwiler Show Nationals What They Have In-House

Washington Nationals' left-handers John Lannan and Ross Detwiler came up big against the Atlanta Braves this weekend, offering a glimpse of what they have to offer for the stretch run.

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