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Citizens of Natstown Podcast

Citizens of Natstown Podcast

By Citizens of Natstown
The Citizens of Natstown staff discuss the latest news surrounding the 2019 WORLD CHAMPION Washington Nationals, the goings on in Major League Baseball, and get wildly off topic in this bi-weekly podcast.
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198: So Long Juan (and Josh)
The Citizens are back to break down the trade of Juan Soto and Josh Bell to the Padres, the Nats haul from the MLB draft, briefly touch on the Major League Nats before moving on to what's happening around the league.
August 09, 2022
196: I'm Running Out of Pithy Titles For a .300 Ballclub
The Citizens are back to talk the last few weeks in Nats news and what's been happening around the league.
June 09, 2022
195: A May to Forget
The Citizens are back to discuss the Nats first half of May, Injury updates, and more!
May 19, 2022
Episode 194 - Well, That Was Certainly an April
James and TJ are back to discuss the lackluster performance of the Nats against bad teams, why Luis Garcia is still in AAA, Nats news/injury updates, and more!
May 05, 2022
193: Three Series Down
The Citizens are back to discuss the first few weeks of the Nats 2022 season, bright spots, almost bright spots, why Luis Garcia is still in AAA, the multitude of MLB streaming locations, the Lerner's potential sale of the Nats, and more!
April 20, 2022
192: Opening Day!
Sean, James, and TJ are back in shorter episode to discuss the Nats Opening Day roster, a few more thoughts on an aimless offseason, and to give our predictions for the 2022 MLB season!
April 07, 2022
191: Annnnnd We're Back!
The Citizens are back to additions to and departures from the Nationals, new changes under the CBA, rule changes form this week, what the rest of the league has been doing, and we spend some time looking at the stacked award winning cast of Angels in the Outfield.
March 25, 2022
190: 2021 Season Wrap-Up
The Citizens are back for a 2021 post-mortem, a look towards 2022, and talk about what could be a lengthy labor dispute.
October 28, 2021
189: Fire Sale
The Citizens are back to discuss the dismantling of the Nationals at the trade deadline, the return from those trades, and a look at other moves around the league.
August 03, 2021
188: Well, Part of June was Awesome
James, Sean, and TJ are back to chat about the Nats continued mediocrity in the face of a lackluster NL East, potential upgrades, Soto joining the HR Derby, news around the league, and more!
July 08, 2021
187: Nothing Like a Delayed Start to the Season
The Citizens are back to discuss the delayed and ultimately lackluster start of the Nats 2021 season (in fun and exciting new ways!), bright spots, happenings around the league, minor and indy league rule changes, and how the Angels could possibly only made one postseason while employing Mike Trout.
April 28, 2021
186: 2020 Recap, 2021 Preview
The Citizens are back to preview the Nats upcoming 2021 season, including the lackluster 2020 and offseason additions/departures.
March 25, 2021
185: 2020 Preview...Take Two
The Citizens are back to preview the upcoming 2020 season for your WORLD SERIES CHAMPION Washington Nationals….again. We discuss the uncertain circumstances regarding the season and see what the guys have been up to in the last few months at home.
July 24, 2020
184: 2020 Preview
The Citizens are back to preview the upcoming 2020 season for your WORLD SERIES CHAMPION Washington Nationals!
March 10, 2020
183: 2019 Offseason
The Citizens are back to discuss the latest news about your WORLD SERIES CHAMPION Washington Nationals, including the departure of Anthony Rendon and the return of Stephen Strasburg.
January 10, 2020
The Citizens are back to discuss the fact that the Washington Nationals are your WORLD SERIES CHAMPIONS!! Extra Life has come and gone but you can still help us help sick kids at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, DC! All donations are tax deducible and every little bit helps!
November 19, 2019
181: Strasmas Eve
It’s a tale of two podcasts as the Citizens return to discuss the Nats outstanding first two games of the World Series and then proceed to gloss over the next three games while discussing what went wrong for the Nats in their three home games of the series. Also robot umps! Extra Life is November 2nd! We’re raising money to help sick kids at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, DC! All donations are tax deducible and every little bit helps!
October 29, 2019
15: Sweep and Get Swept with Sean Hogan
Sean Hogan stops by to talk the upcoming draft and we also talk the week in Nationals baseball, our starting pitching "regression", Harper, Lombardozzi, the return of Morse, and much more.
June 01, 2012
14: NL East Roadtrip
After more than a week off we had lots to talk about. We cover the week in Nats news, upcoming games, more Espinosa, increased offense, trade potential and much more.
May 24, 2012
13: Can't Catch A Break
On a special Tuesday edition of the Citizens of Natstown Podcast, we talk the weekend in Nats news, Catching depth, the Upcoming week, the Offense, Entitled fans and much more.
May 15, 2012
12: A Bad Break and A Natitude Hangover
We talk the week in Nationals news, Ramos issues, HotRod, Espinosa, Eckstein, Lineup changes, Trade possibilities, The week ahead and MUCH more.
May 10, 2012
11: Concerning Offense with Jessica Quiroli
A huge show where we talk the week in Nationals baseball, the upcoming week, Harper, defending Desmond, Injuries, Rationalizing the offense, and tons more including and interview with Jessica Quiroli!
May 03, 2012
10: Class of the NL
A full 2 hours of Nats talk. We cover: Last weeks games, Upcoming games, K Street and the entire pitching staff, Zim's injury and potential callups, Settling the Lombardozzi issue, and plenty more.
April 26, 2012
9: A Week in First Place
HUGE show this week: Last weeks games, Upcoming games, The pitching staff's impressive start, Corey Brown and Tyler Moore, Nats off to good starts, Looking into the poor starts of others and plenty more.
April 19, 2012
8: Home Opener with Will Carroll
The crew talks the Nats home opener, the past weeks games and the next weeks games. Will Carroll returns to talk injuries to both Drew Storen and Michael Morse.
April 12, 2012
7: Opening Day with Bill Ladson
Opening Day is finally here and the Citizens of Natstown crew celebrates in style. We talk the rotation, NL East position rankings and Bill Ladson stops by to talk Detwiler over Lannan.
April 05, 2012
6: with Byron Kerr
Byron Kerr stops by to talk the Nats Minor League system.
March 29, 2012
5: with Dirk Hayhurst
We talk spring training injuries, where the rotation stands in relation to the league and the competition that the Nats will face in the division. We also talk to Brian from The Ballpark Bus about their great new service and we have a great chat with New York Times best selling author Dirk Hayhurst about his new book 'Out of My League'.
March 23, 2012
4: with Chad Cordero and Sean Hogan
We talk the week in Nationals news, first cuts, Lidge's comments, and who we think will be on the opening day roster. We have a great interview with former Nationals closer Chad 'The Chief' Cordero  and Sean Hogan drops in for the show to go through the farm system.
March 16, 2012
3: with Bill Ladson and Will Carroll
We talk the week in Nationals news, get The Injury Expert Will Carroll on the line to talk expectations for those Nats returning from injury and's Bill Ladson stops by to discuss Spring Training as well as a few other topics.
March 09, 2012
2: with Ryan Tatusko
We talk the week in Nationals news and Nationals pitching prospect Ryan Tatusko drops by to talk Minor League Baseball, what it's like to be scouted, traded, and to go through Tommy John surgery.
March 02, 2012
1: with Mark Zuckerman
We talk offseason acquisitions and their potential impact. CSN Washington's and NatsInsider's Mark Zuckerman stops by to talk Zimmerman's contract extension, Desmond, the 5th spot in the rotation and spring training surprises. We also take a few questions from the chat room.
February 24, 2012