Washington Nationals: Midseason Grades

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Washington Nationals: Midseason Grades
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For the first time since their inaugural season in 2005, the Washington Nationals have been fun to watch. It’s been a grueling process, but all aspects are starting to come to fruition.

They have one of best ballparks in all of baseball, the majority of their players are homegrown and their fanbase seems to be increasing on a game-to-game basis.

The first-place Nats had to do it the old-fashioned way, lead by an old-fashioned manager Davey Johnson. Regardless if they tail off, (which could very well happen to an inexperienced team) positive strides were made to the future of the franchise in the first three months of the season.

What’s even more impressive is that a lot of the players on the roster are not even playing up to their potential.

Below are my mid-season grades for each guy on the team.

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