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Drew Kinback is creator and head writer of The Nationals Inquisition. He has bled Nationals red since 2005 and imagines one day the team will be the death of him. He is originally from Springfield, VA and graduated from Radford University in 2003 with a degree in Journalism. He has had the honor of blogging from the Nationals Park press box, attending Nationals Spring Training for the past five years and he once almost got run over by a car driven by Wily Mo Pena.

PHOTOS: Nationals Spring Training Camp

Photos taken of Washington Nationals Spring Training camp 3/7-3/8.

Ryan Zimmerman's Extension Ushers In New Era Of Accountability

The Washington Nationals committed to All-Star third baseman Ryan Zimmerman on Sunday with a six-year extension. Now it is time for the Nationals players to make the same sort of commitment to Washington in the standings.

Nationals Michael Morse's Glove Has Gone Beast Mode

Washington Nationals outfielder Michael Morse got a "beast" of a gift from some friends in Taiwan: a new glove.

Nationals Spring Training 2012: Washington Ready To Make This Year A Hot One

The 2012 Spring Training season has arrived and there is no team in the MLB more ready or fascinating than the Washington Nationals.

Nationals Stephen Strasburg's Alma Mater Retires His Number

The San Diego Aztecs retired Washington Nationals pitcher Stephen Strasburg's number on Friday night in a pre-game ceremony at Tony Gywnn Stadium.

Nationals Bryce Harper Signed Final Papers For A House- For His Mother

Before heading to Florida for 2012 Washington Nationals Spring Training, top prospect Bryce Harper fulfilled his dream of buying a house-- for his mother.

Nationals Class-A Hagerstown Suns Looking To Move To Winchester, VA

Nationals Class-A Hagerstown Suns Looking To Move To Winchester, VA

Edwin Jackson Signs, And Washington Nationals Let Ride Their Four Horsemen On NL East

The Washington Nationals added Edwin Jackson to their pitching stable on Wednesday, and in doing so, they've sent a strong message to the rest of the NL East.

Prince Fielder Signs With Detroit Tigers, And Now Washington Nationals Must Find Themelves

The dreams and excitement of pulling in a big free agent that would have defined the Nationals for years are over. Now, they must deal with reality.

Prince Fielder To Washington Nationals Would Be Monstrous Coup

The time is now for the Nationals to get Prince Fielder and build the most fearsome lineup in the NL East.