New Orleans Zephyrs manager Tim Foli believes there are a handful of guys on his Triple-A team that are close to a big league call-up. One of the recent additions to the Washington Nationals' pitching staff is 25-year-old left-hander Mike O'Connor.
May 5, 2006
Nick Manno, the Washington Nationals Assistant Director of Player Development, sits down with CapitolDugout.com for Part II of an in depth Q&A session. In part two of our two part series, Nick talks about the sleepers of the system, the most big league ready prospects, international signings, and much, much more.
February 17, 2006
Nick Manno, the Washington Nationals Assistant Director of Player Development, sits down with CapitolDugout.com 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
There is not a more promising lefty arm in the Nationals' farm system than Bill Bray. With a true power arm coming out of the bullpen, Bray could finish off his meteoric rise through the organization by taking a spot on the Nationals big league roster in 2006. To chat about that and much more, we sat down with the hard throwing southpaw for a Q&A session.
January 24, 2006
Although their record may not reflect the success the Zephyrs had in 2005, the players that grew into outstanding prospects on their watch tell all you need to know. From Brandon Watson, to Jason Bergmann, to Bill Bray, New Orleans made some definite progress in player development in 2005. We sat down with their radio voice, Tim Grubbs to chat about the 2005 squad.
December 16, 2005