Hello, my name is Greg Mullin and I’ll be covering the Washington Nationals for the Baseball Historians netword of baseball sites. I was a life long Montreal Expos fan and have since followed the team since their move to Washington. While this is shaping up to be a pretty grim season for Nationals fans, I’ll be here analyzing the happenings of the 2007 team both through spring training and the regular season.
I’ll also be taking a look at the roots of the team. The Expos came into existance in 1969 and they didn’t have their first winning record until 1979. And while the franchise has never even played in a World Series and have only one playoff appearance to their credit, they have had some colorful and outstanding players. I’ll be taking a look at the careers of a lot of these players as well as analyzing teams past. I’ll be starting with a personal favorite and Hall of Fame hopeful in 2008 and that’s none other then Tim “The Rock” Raines.” Raines is one of the best leadoff hitters of his generation and in a lot of ways, deserves more Hall of Fame credit then he’ll probably get.
So I hope you stop by and check out the site. I’d love feedback so feel free to leave a comment or drop me a line via email. And here’s to hoping that the Nationals do better then we all think.
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