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2. Tim Raines

One of the most exciting players of the 1980’s, Tim Raines would lead the National League in Stolen Bases four years in a row and would make seven consecutive All Star Games.  “The Rock” would also win a Batting Title and On Base Percentage Title in 1986 and would make the top ten in MVP voting three times.  On his 15th and final year on the ballot, Raines would finally enter the Baseball Hall of Fame, and did so waering the cap of the Expos.

Our Top 50 All-Time Washington Nationals have been updated

As always, we here at Notinhalloffame.com continue to update our existing lists.

As we slowly put together our Top 50 all-time players for every major team we constantly continue to update our existing ones. For the second time, we are updating the first franchise 50 we ever posted, the Washington Nationals.

Since the last time we revised our Washington Nationals two things have changed.

The first is that since our last revision in two and a half years ago, we have relaxed the dependence on advanced statistic and put a higher reward on individual seasons. We think this allows for a more equitable balance on traditional and advanced metrics.

The second and of course obvious change is that two full seasons have passed. This list is now up until the end of the 2017 Season.

The entire list can be found here and we certainly encourage you to take a look at it and let us know your thoughts and opinions.

Prior to that we wanted to make you aware of a few major changes on the list since the last revision.

Max Scherzer debuts at #9. While his tenure with Washington has certainly been brief, three All Stars and two Cy Youngs already make him one of the most successful hurlers in Nationals history.

2014 Silver Slugger Anthony Rendon makes his first appearance at #22.

Other debuts on current Nationals are Daniel Murphy (#31) and Tanner Roarke (#35).

Other jumps in active Washington Nationals include Bryce Harper from #9 to #8, Steven Strasburg goes from #29 to #11 and Gio Gonzalez moves from #28 to #16.

Other debuts based on our revisions are Moises Alou (#38), Dan Schatzeder (#45) and Wilson Ramos (#47).

As you may have deduced, the entire list has been shuffled.

We will be unveiling the Top 50 All-Time Dallas Stars next.

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