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Kieboom, Cate form next wave for Nats

Top talent replenishes system that built World Series champs
December 19, 2019

Each offseason, goes position by position across each system and honors the players -- regardless of age or prospect status -- who had the best seasons in their organization. Click here to locate your favorite club.The Nationals' first World Series-winning roster boasted a collection of several homegrown first-round picks,

Potomac Nationals Players Recognized in 2019 Minor League Awards

September 26, 2019

FREDERICKSBURG, Va. - The Washington Nationals selected the following former Potomac Nationals players for their 2019 Minor League Players of the year:  -Pitcher of the Year - Left-Handed Pitcher Tim Cate (2019) -Defensive Player of the Year - Infielder Luis Garcia (2018) -Baserunner of the Year - Infielder Cole Freeman

Eight Current & Former P-Nats Headed to 2019 Arizona Fall League

Three Current P-Nats and Five Former P-Nats to play for Surprise Saguaros
September 1, 2019

Woodbridge, VA---A large collection of current and former Potomac Nationals will represent the Washington Nationals in the Arizona Fall League, which is set to begin on September 18th. In sum, eight current or former members of The Red, White, & Blue are set to play for the Surprise Saguaros. Current

Five P-Nats Named to Northern Division All-Star Team

Two Infielders Join a Catcher, an Outfielder, and a Pitcher for 6/18 Matchup at Nymeo Field
June 11, 2019

Woodbridge, VA---The Potomac Nationals and the Carolina League have announced that five Potomac Nationals have been named to the Northern Division team for the 2019 Carolina League Mid-Season All-Star Game. 1B Aldrem Corredor , 2B Cole Freeman , C Jakson Reetz , OF Nick Banks , and RHP Andrew Lee  will represent the P-Nats on

Reetz blasts off twice for P-Nats

Nationals No. 15 prospect enjoys first career multi-homer game
July 16, 2018

Maybe the key for Jakson Reetz to break out at the dish was simply more playing time. Since the arrival of a third catcher with Class A Advanced Potomac, the Nationals' 15th-ranked prospect has received more at-bats, and he's taken advantage of the situation. Reetz recorded the first multi-homer game of