See You In September? Larry Broadway

It's become an annual game; Guess the year when Larry Broadway finally gets a shot in the majors. For a guy who has always put up decent, if not spectacular, minor league numbers, Larry Broadway doesn't seem to be getting a lot of respect within the organization.
August 21, 2008

Broadway Stays Consistent At Columbus

Larry Broadway keeps putting up solid numbers in the minors, but hasn't been summoned to the majors; yet. Maybe the fact that he's so darned consistent is part of the problem.
July 11, 2008

Broadway Focuses On Progression

COLUMBUS, OH - Just one month ago, Larry Broadway was taking his cuts and fielding grounders with the Washington Nationals. Considered one of the frontrunners for the open spot at first base in spring training, Broadway could not find the answer to beat out Travis Lee or Dmitri Young. Sent down to Columbus before opening day, Broadway now finds himself struggling at the plate.
April 20, 2007

Q&A with Nick Manno - Part I

Nick Manno, the Washington Nationals Assistant Director of Player Development, sits down with for an in depth Q&A session. In part one of our two part series, Nicks talks about the state of the farm system, the big surprises of 2005, who he views as the organizations' top pitching prospects, and much, much more.
February 15, 2006

CD Quotebook: Top 10 Prospects

What players had everyone talking in 2005? In this edition of quotebook, we'll take a look at the quotes of the year regarding the Washington Nationals Top 10 Prospects. Now, let's take a closer look at the most in-depth Top 10 Prospects quotes of the past months. (Free Preview!)
January 22, 2006

Q&A with Terry Byrom

It is quite possible that no one saw more of the 2005 Harrisburg Senators than their radio broadcaster, Terry Byrom. With that in mind, we caught up with Terry for an in depth Q&A session to discuss his views of the 2005 squad.
December 13, 2005

Top 50 Nationals Prospects

Here are the top 50 Nationals' prospects. gives a little insight on each selection in our rankings and will follow up more in-depth with individual scouting reports on each player throughout the offseason.
November 13, 2005

From the AFL: Larry Broadway

It might not be long before Larry Broadway, the Nationals power hitting first base prospect, becomes one of the more recognizable faces in the league. After a tough first half in which the lowlight was a knee injury, Broadway took it upon himself to get stronger, and saw the results in the second half of the season.
October 13, 2005