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Washington Nationals: Is Tyler Clippard Injured?

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Tyler Clippard hasn't thrown a curve ball since May 19th. Is he injured?

Washington Nationals: 25 Days of Offensive Futility

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The Washington Nationals offense has been mired in a month long slump. Let's look at the last 25 games to see what is going on.

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Umpires and Technology

Is it time to use technology to replace home plate umpires? Federal Baseball looks at Sam Holbrook's strike zone mockery.

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Washington Nationals: What Happened to John Lannan's Sinker?

John Lannan's two-seam fastball no longer has the sink that it did in 2009. Federal Baseball looks at the problem.

Washington Nationals: Stephen Strasburg Game Comparisons

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On Sunday, Stephen Strasburg pitched another dominating performance against the Cleveland Indians. Federal Baseball breaks down the performance.

Washington Nationals: Stephen Strasburg and Pitch F/X

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Stephen Strasburg had an incredible Major League debut. Federal Baseball breaks down his first game using Pitch F/X.

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Washington Nationals: Are win/loss records impacted by early season road games?

Is there a correlation between a team’s early season home/away game ratio and a team’s win/loss record? Will the Nats return to Nats Park help the team's winning percentage?

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Washington Nationals: Pitching Meltdowns

The Washington Nationals led the league in pitching meltdowns in 2009. How are they doing in 2010?

Washington Nationals: Reducing the Out Rate to Score More Runs

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Washington Nationals: "Reducing the Out Rate to Score More Runs." - by natsstats

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Washington Nationals: Pitching to Adam Dunn

Adam Dunn has seen substantially more strikes in may than he did in April. The result - less walks, more home runs. Here's an in-depth look at how pitchers approached Dunn during the last 20 games.

Washington Nationals: Drew Storen First Game Pitch Charts

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Drew Storen wowed Nats fans in his first Major League appearance on May 17th against the St. Louis Cardinals. Here's the pitch sequence to each batter he faced.

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Washington Nationals: Brian Bruney needs to throw strikes

Washington Nationals relief pitcher Brian Bruney has had a miserable start to 2010. The problem is simple to evaluate - he's not throwing strikes

Washington Nationals: April Pitching Review - The Relievers

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  Yesterday we looked at the Nationals starting pitchers, their command of the strike zone, and their effectiveness against opposing batters. In 2009, there were 717,003 pitches thrown, 329,641...

Washington Nationals: April Pitching Review

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The Nats finished a modestly successful April with a mix of good and bad starting pitching, and mix of good and bad efforts from the bull pen. Here's a look at the starting rotation's effectiveness...

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MLB Umpires: Are runs scored impacted by the man behind the plate?

Does the plate umpire have anything to do with the total score of a game? Looking at the 2009 data, the answer is surprisingly yes!

Washington Nationals: Pitchers are Afraid of Adam Dunn

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Washington Nationals: Pitchers are Afraid of Adam Dunn

Washington Nationals: Umpire Paul Schrieber and the PitchF/X Strike Zone

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Washington Nationals: Umpire Paul Schrieber and the PitchF/X Strike Zone

Washington Nationals: Adam Dunn, UZR and Defensive Value

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Washington Nationals: Adam Dunn, UZR and Defensive Value

Nats Patience at the Plate

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A common phrase heard in spring training is that batters are "working on their approach at the plate" or that they are "trying to be more patient at the plate".  What does that mean?  Which Nats...

Nyjer Morgan - The Plush Effect

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We all know how much fun it was to watch Tony Plush on the field last year.  He turned centerfield, which had been an accident waiting to happen, into a team strength. (Check out this catch against...

Ground Ball/Fly Ball - What Pitcher is best for the Nats?

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Can Chien-Ming Wang be successful with the Nats infield defense? A look at the numbers may prove surprising.

First Pitch Strikes - Continued

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Whether you judge a pitcher by ERA or xFIP, one thing is constant - you have to throw strikes.

First Pitch Strikes

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The Washington Nationals have made big changes to the pitching staff this year. Can this squad throw strikes?

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