• Nationals ‘renew’ Juan Soto’s contract for $629,400 in 2020

    NBC Sports Washington "The Nationals finished a procedural move with Juan Soto on Saturday when they “renewed” his pre-arbitration contract for $629,400, a source confirmed to NBC Sports Washington. Soto remains under team control as he enters his third major-league season. He normally would be..." March 09

  • Juan Soto Clearly Staying Humble With Comical Remark About Goals for Spring Training

    12 Up "Juan Soto is a full-grown man, albeit a young one. It would be hard for so many of us to have accomplished as much as he has at such a young age and keep the ol' noggin screwed on right. The Washington Nationals phenom was still just 20 years old when the 2019 postseason began,..." February 17

  • Juan Soto's ceiling, Gerrit Cole's mastery and other musings from October's road

    ESPN "It was Oct. 2, and fall had already settled over Chicago. The temperatures were in the 60s, the leaves had started to turn and crowds basked in the sidewalk cafés around the Loop, enjoying their last bit of al fresco dining before the coming freeze. Me? I headed for the airport with a..." November 08

  • Washington Nationals Rage After World Series, Booze, Lightsabers & Fat Guys!

    TMZ "It was absolute PANDEMONIUM after the Washington Nationals won the World Series on Wednesday ... from the locker room to the streets -- and the video is WILD!! The players RAGED with a booze-filled celebration ... chugging beer and champagne, while dancing around to Latin music,..." October 31

  • Nationals manager to speak with Juan Soto about showboating on home run

    Larry Brown Sports "Washington Nationals manager Davey Martinez says he plans to speak with Juan Soto about the way the youngster handled things after his big home run in Game 6 of the World Series on Tuesday night. Soto smacked a monster home run in the fifth inning of the game to put his Nats up..." October 30

  • Juan Soto on mimicking Alex Bregman’s home run celebration: ‘I just thought it was pretty cool, I wanna do it too’

    Russian Machine Never Breaks "During a pivotal fifth inning, 21-year-old outfielder Juan Soto sent a moon shot into the right-field stands of Minute Maid Park. The home run gave the Nationals a 3-2 lead. The run would ultimately prove to be the game-winner. As Soto lumbered down the first base line, he carried his..." October 30

  • Juan Soto Reveals He Once Thought He Would Sign With the Padres

    12 Up "Juan Soto is busy trying to bring the Washington Nationals their franchise's first-ever World Series title, but it wasn't too long ago that the 21-year-old was a prospect still looking for an organization to sign with. And things could have been entirely different..." October 27

  • Winners And Losers From Game 3 Of The World Series

    Sportsnaut "The World Series returned to Washington D.C. on Friday night for the first time since 1933. Unfortunately for the city, the Houston Astros stormed back in the series with a 4-1 win in Game 3. The Nationals could never find their composure. Despite hosting Game 3 in front of a raucous..." October 26

  • Juan Soto Already a Legend

    Bleacher Report "Juan Soto sat on the red leather couch and beamed. He looked around and spied Anthony Rendon in one corner of the clubhouse, Max Scherzer in another, Stephen Strasburg over here, Ryan Zimmerman over there and… "It's really amazing to be here on this team right..." October 25

  • Juan Soto: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

    Heavy "Juan Soto is the biggest rising star in Major League Baseball. At 20 years old, the Washington Nationals outfielder has already proved that he isn’t just an extremely talented ball player filling the media void left by former teammate Bryce Harper, but that he’s..." October 23

  • Juan Soto Is the Present of Baseball

    The Big Lead "Major League Baseball wants nothing more than to sell the public on a crop of young talent that plays unabashedly loud. Juan Soto embodied the Platonic Ideal of that marketing angle in Game 1 of the World Series Tuesday night, announcing his arrival from the same train tracks Albert Pujols..." October 23

  • 20 Year Old Juan Soto Had to Celebrate the Nationals’ Win Differently

    Sports Gossip "One of the Washington Nationals’ biggest stars, Juan Soto, doesn’t turn 21 until later next week. So he had to celebrate the series clinching win a little differently than the rest of his teammates. The Nationals weren’t taking any chances and provided..." October 17

  • Cardinals Game 1 starter Miles Mikolas says gesture mimicking Nationals OF Juan Soto was 'good-natured'

    ESPN " Washington Nationals 20-year-old sophomore sensation Juan Soto has made headlines all season with his prolific production at the plate, but his between-pitch antics, when he often grabs his crotch, have become a topic of discussion as well. St. Louis..." October 12

  • Cardinals fans boo Juan Soto in NLCS Game 1 for taking his time getting back to the batter's box

    Sporting News "Natonals left fielder Juan Soto plays the game at his own pace and Cardinals fans expressed their displeasure with that pace in Game 1 of the National League Championship Series on Friday. In the top of the fourth inning, Soto attempted to bunt down the third baseline to beat the..." October 12

  • Anthony Rendon, Juan Soto ignite rally: 'Our stars were stars'

    MLB.com "The Nationals have had a couple of big eighth innings this postseason, starting with their go-ahead, three-run rally in the National League Wild Card Game against the Brewers on Oct. 1. Facing elimination in Game 5 of the NL Division Series on Wednesday night at Dodger Stadium, the..." October 10