Henry Blanco

Arizona Diamondbacks #24 - Catcher

  • Born: 08/29/71
  • Age: 50
  • Height: 5-11
  • Weight: 225
  • Bats/Throws: R/R

Notes from the 2021 ZiPS projections


The Twins look pretty good but still have some holes to fill

Washington Nationals’ catching coordinator Michael Barrett still likes Nats’ catching depth


Former Major League veteran and catching coordinator is high on Lindsly and Pineda …

Washington Nationals’ Catching Coordinator Michael Barrett has deep roots with Expos...


The catching coordinator in player development was teammates in the Major Leagues with fellow backstops Randy Knorr, Bob Henley and Henry Blanco …

Washington Nationals officially announce 2021 coaching staff


Davey Martinez’s staff is officially in place for the 2021 season...

Washington Nationals’ hitting coach Kevin Long reportedly returning on a 1-year deal


Kevin Long is apparently returning to D.C. as the Nationals’ hitting coach in 2021.

Paul Menhart on changing of the guard with Washington Nationals’ coaches...


Former pitching coach Menhart says ‘nothing was going to surprise me’ as Hale and Long join him in unemployment...

Washington Nationals’ Davey Martinez reportedly making more changes to staff...


According to multiple reports this afternoon, there are more changes to Davey Martinez’s coaching staff...

Cub Tracks uses their noodle


Cubs, simCubs, and MLB news

Washington Nationals’ skipper Davey Martinez on Sean Doolittle struggling: “We need Sean Doolittle.”


Davey Martinez stated the obvious on Friday: The Nationals need Sean Doolittle at the back end of the bullpen and he’s working hard to get over what’s caused him trouble early in 2020...

Washington Nationals place Will Harris on 10-Day IL with groin strain + Sean Doolittle doing some tinkering + more


Some bullpen notes while we wait for the Nationals to start playing games again on Tuesday...

Hit parade

Clayton Kershaw was cruising in his only July 6 start, back in 2012, until the Diamondbacks got four straight hits off him in a five-run inning that spelled doom for the Dodgers.

Braves Flashback/Recap: June 10


This game featured 10 runs in the first six innings, and then no runs for the next eight innings.