HTTD’s Pat Rice brings you a new episode of “Zim’s Corner” to put a wrap on the Nationals 2020 season, discusses his 3 up and down, and looks at potential changes in 2021. Also, he discusses his pre-season sleepers and doubles down on his World Series prediction.
On the heels of the breaking news related to the Washington Nationals, HTTD’s Patrick Rice took some time this long weekend to record another edition of his Zimm’s Corner podcast series, and discuss the contract extension given to General Manager Mike Rizzo.
In another edition of the “Zimm’s Corner” Podcast covering the Washington Nationals, HTTD’s Patrick Rice recaps the moves — or lack thereof — made by the Nationals at the 2020 MLB Trade Deadline.
In his weekly recap of the 2020 Washington Nationals, HTTD’s Patrick Rice brings back the memories of “Zimm’s Corner” when discussing the rocky start to 2020 for the defending World Series Champions.
As the 2020 Major League Baseball season finally gets underway, HTTD’s Patrick Rice takes an early look at some of the key plot lines and questions surrounding the Washington Nationals’ defense of their World Series championship win.
Today began like any other Sunday. I woke up before my wife, drank copious amounts of coffee, watched a few episodes of Brockmire, did some yard work, and Zoomed with my family. It wasn’t until later, after having a beer and picking up Jesse Dougherty’s ‘Buzzsaw’, that the nostalgia kicked in.
HTTD’s Patrick Rice recaps the flurry of moves made over the past week by Washington Nationals’ General Manager Mike Rizzo.
Early Tuesday morning I was asked if I needed a ticket to attend the Nationals Wild Card game in the coming hours. My heart sank.
With speculation and hot takes flying about the job security of Washington Nationals manager Davey Martinez, long time Nat Ryan Zimmerman had this to say on 106.7 The Fans Grant & Danny: “I think at the end of the day it comes down to the players playing. They’re supposed to play like they get paid… Read More »
Tonight marks the first All-Star game in Washington, DC since 1969.