The Citizens are back (in back to back weeks no less) to discuss Opening Day and our predictions for the 2019 season!
After a lengthy break TJ and O’Hara are back to discuss the plodding offseason, new faces in Nats uniforms, Spring Training, and answer questions from listeners!
The Citizens return to discuss the continued middling performance of the club, the interesting decisions around the trade deadline, Trea Turner, and where the Nats can go from here.
The Citizens Crew returns to discuss the lackluster last few weeks in Nationals news and how they can go about fixing it; including a look at an utterly depressing starting pitcher trade market.
Sean, O'Hara, and TJ are back to talk the Nats steady climb towards the top of the NL East, the awesomeness of Juan Soto, looking towards the trade deadline, and then spend the last half hour talking about the Caps bringing home Lord Stanley's Cup.
Sean, O'Hara, and TJ are back to talk the not entirely surprising start to the Nats season, if there's currently reason to worry, potential mid-season fixes, and answer questions from listeners!
O'Hara and TJ are back to talk the slowwwww offseason, take aways from spring training, preview and predict the 2018 season, and answer questions from listeners!
Understandably new manager Davey Martinez has been grabbing all of the headlines this spring. Bringing camels to camp all in service of a hump day joke will do that. However, the new coach I’m most interested in is Kevin Long, the hitting coach.Read More
O'Hara and TJ are back to discuss the non-renewal of Dusty Baker's contract, the signing of Dave Martinez, the potential coaching staff, what holes the Nats have to fill in the coming offseason, and more!
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How 2016 went down and all the teams suffered in their usual ways with the Redskins and Wizards failing to reach the playoffs and the Nationals and Capitals suffering early exits is remarkable in how unremarkable it all was. No one was choked in a dugout, there were no guns pulled in the locker room, and even the Redskins seemed drama free for the first time in forever. Then the off-season would come about and the Redskins would prove they can’t even fire a GM properly but as they have continued to not be an embarrassment in other ways that hasn’t mattered as much. It’s faded from the headlines and the Redskins are slowly but surely becoming just another football team. How long that will last is unclear, but it is the case right now and perhaps it will still be the case when 2017 is over. It is doubtful that it will be forever. Dan Snyder is eventually going to have to make his presence felt and that has never gone well.Read More