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While the Washington Nationals aren’t landing a lot of prospects on the yearly Top 100 lists that have come out in the last few weeks, GM Mike Rizzo said that the young players that the club had at the Alternate Training Site in Fredericksburg, VA last season impressed him and gave him confidence about where the organization stands in terms of up-and-coming talent right now.

“Those young kids that we had seen in Fredericksburg all season and then in Instructional League, [it] was extremely exciting to see those guys pitch,” Rizzo told reporters in a mid-December interview. “We’ve seen several guys that are going to help us this year in the big leagues that maybe aren’t household names by the prospects experts, but we saw a handful of guys that are close to impacting the big league roster soon.”

Do you trust Rizzo and Co. in the Nationals’ front office’s assessment of the current state of the organizational pipeline? Are you one of those people who accepts that the Nationals, in the last few seasons, have sacrificed some prospect depth for a World Series title? Go read your links…

NATS BEAT:
Cavalli cracks MLBPipeline.com’s top 100 prospects list – (MASN)
“Right-hander Cade Cavalli found himself as the 99th overall prospect in MLBPipeline.com’s first release of its top 100 prospects list in 2021. He is the only Nationals prospect on the list of upcoming stars.”

Is the Nationals’ 2021 roster now in place? – (MASN)
“So that begs an obvious question: Are they done? Is this the roster the Nats intend to field to open the 2021 season?”

Top 10 SP Right Now: Scherzer – (MLB.com)
“Max Scherzer places third on MLB Network’s list of the Top 10 Starting Pitchers Right Now.”

No one is more familiar with Max Scherzer than new Nationals catcher Alex Avila – (NBC Sports Washington)
“By signing with the Nationals, Avila will reunite with ace Max Scherzer, who he spent five years catching when they played together in Detroit.”

Avila agrees to deal with Nats (source) – (MLB.com)
“In need of a backup catcher to share the role with Yan Gomes, the Nationals agreed to a one-year contract with veteran Alex Avila on Thursday, a source told MLB.com.”

Jon Lester’s longevity a product of adaptation – (Washington Times)
“When a fresh-faced Jon Lester arrived in the big leagues in 2006, catcher Jason Varitek had high expectations for the 22-year-old Boston Red Sox rookie.”

Why Jon Lester chose the Nationals: ‘I love to win’ – (106.7 the FAN)
“‘I love to be a part of rotations like this one. I mean, look at this thing. I mean you’ve got three guys that are studs and I’m excited just to kind of sit in the background and listen to them and see what they do and compete with them.'” – Jon Lester

NATIONAL(S) BEAT:
Longtime Tigers catcher heading to Washington – (mlive.com)
“The Tigers recently signed veteran catcher Wilson Ramos to a one-year deal, forgoing the possibility of another reunion with Avila.”

The Top 100 prospects for ’21, team by team – (MLB.com)
“Trades and graduations have stripped the system of some high-end talent, but there’s still plenty of pitching depth that could help the big league roster in the coming years.”

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