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The State of The Nats Blog

Hello everyone. First and foremost, I’d like to apologize for the lack of updates throughout this past week, it’s been a crazy transition period in all of our writers lives, and sort of combined for a perfect storm of business.

For those of you who don’t know, all of the writers on this site are either college age or are just out of college, so when the month of May hits we are either relocating from school to home, starting new jobs, or something of that sort. Personally,  I just started a new job and it has been very challenging for me this past week, but with that now under control we can focus on the future.

For the first time since the season started, all of the writers on this blog are now living in D.C. Sam Farber just graduated from Duke University, Ted Youngling (a native New Yorker) is spending his summer in D.C as an intern for our site, Bryce Stucki just graduated from Virginia Tech and I just moved back in town after a year long internship with the Columbus Blue Jackets of the N.H.L (and Phil, who’s been here, is going to keep providing great content).

Together in D.C., I have a lot of plans for what we can do to help bring you the best Washington Nationals experience possible. From webcasts, to press credentials, to meet-ups, to crazy promo gigs, it’s going to be a fun summer. So fasten your seat-belts and lets help those Nats make a playoff push!

As a reminder, here are all the great ways you can follow our blog!

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Facebook, everyone has it, don’t pretend you don’t! We post all of our stories on our fanpage so all you have to do is check us out when your on the site anyway. Be a fan, or “like” us today.

 

 

This is the first season where we have been actively twittering. It’s a lot of fun. Follow us not only to get updates on the site but to enjoy in game commentary and hopefully entertaining tid-bits about the game.

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Have an RSS reader? Subscribe to our feed and have our content come right to you. In my opinion this is the best way to follow the blog, because you can include us with all your daily news that you can read in one place, your reader.

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Have an iPhone/iPod Touch or an Android? Why be bored on the Metro ride to work or in the waiting room for a doctors appointment? With The Nats Blog iPhone and Android applications you can have our stories automatically stored on your phone so you can read us whether you have internet connection or not. The App is free, so download it today.

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