Carter Kieboom: Nationals 2019 Minor League Player Of The Year
Having already received a taste of the big leagues in 2019, Kieboom could be a mainstay in the Nationals' lineup next season.
Jake Irvin Always Willing To Adapt
The Nationals' fourth-round pick in 2018, Irvin has pitched well for low Class A Hagerstown in his first full professional season.
Cole Freeman Has A Lot To Prove
The LSU product knows how to grind and knows he has to work hard to reach his maximum potential.
Rhett Wiseman Sees Improved Results With Improved Swing
After tweaking his swing over the past two offseasons, Wiseman is experiencing a career-best year with Double-A Harrisburg.
Robles, Soto Complete Journey From Santo Domingo To Nationals
The rising Dominican-born outfielders crossed paths long before signing with the Washington Nationals.
Jake Noll Expanding His Versatility
After a brief appearance on the Opening Day roster, Noll is preparing for his next major league callup by fine-tuning his game at Triple-A Fresno.
Telmito Agustin On The Verge Of Double-A
After a productive offseason in Colombia, the 22-year-old outfielder has improved his standing among Nationals' prospects.
Tres Barrera Enjoys His First Big League Camp
The 24-year-old catcher said Nationals pitchers Max Scherzer and Stephen Strasburg have been "very welcoming" to the non-roster invitee.
Victor Robles Aims For Full-Time Role
A September callup in each of the past two seasons, Robles could break camp with the Nationals and make an immediate impact in 2019.
Tanner Rainey Excited For His New Opportunity
Traded to the Nationals this offseason in exchange for righthander Tanner Roark, Rainey has an electric arm and could contribute at the major league level in 2019.