Brian Goodwin

#67 CF / Washington Nationals / EXP: 0YRS Height: 6-0 Weight: 195 lb Age: 25 College: None Bats/Throws L/R

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    • by RotoWire Staff | Special to

      Nationals' Brian Goodwin: Having big offseason in Venezuelan Winter League

      Goodwin is hitting an impressive .356/.444/.535 through 27 games for Bravos de Margaritas of the Venezuelan Winter League, reports. He's fallen off the prospect radar over the last couple of season and got passed up by Michael Taylor on the Nats' depth chart at center field, but at 25 years old there might still be time for Goodwin to revive his flagging fortunes. He'll need to bring the momentum he's building up in Venezuela forward into the spring to put himself back in the Nats' big league plans, however.

    • by Igor Mello |

      Nats send Brian Goodwin to Triple-A, Sammy Solis to Double-A

      The Nationals have optioned outfielder Brian Goodwin to Triple-A Syracuse and left-hander Sammy Solis to Double-A Harrisburg on Monday, according to MASN Sports.

    • by Chris Cwik |

      Nationals' Brian Goodwin had offseason shoulder surgery

      Nationals outfielder Brian Goodwin had offseason shoulder surgery, according to The Washington Post. Goodwin had surgery on his non-throwing shoulder. The team will monitor Goodwin during camp. It's unclear whether Goodwin will be limited during camp due to the issue. The 24-year-old hit .219/.342/.328 over 329 plate appearances at Triple-A last year.

    • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

      Nats add four, subtract one from 40-man roster

      The Nationals put pitchers A.J. Cole and Matt Grace, infielder Wilmer Difo and outfielder Brian Goodwin on their 40-man roster and outrighted reliever Ryan Mattheus, who becomes a free agent, reports

    • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

      Nationals remove six players from spring roster

      The Nationals made a some roster moves Monday. They optioned outfielder Eury Perez and outfielder Steven Souza to Triple-A Syracuse, while optioning pitcher Sammy Solis to Double-A Harrisburg. Also, the Nationals reassigned infielder Mike Fontenot, outfielder Brian Goodwin and catcher Koyie Hill to minor-league camp.

    • by Igor Mello |

      Brian Goodwin thrives off aggressive approach

      Nationals prospect Brian Goodwin launched his third home run of the season Tuesday and is hitting .258 with a .773 OPS at Double-A Harrisburg. Goodwin, who is viewed as the organization's second-best prospect, has focused on taking his opponents out of their comfort zone with his speed and aggressiveness. He has struck out 47 times in 38 games and has gone 7 for 14 in stolen-base attempts. Double-A manager Matt LeCroy told that Goodwin can make the necessary adjustments to become the team's future leadoff man."It's just a matter of time. He can throw, he runs really well, he can hit, he's got power, he can drive the ball in the gaps," LeCroy said. "He's got all these great skills, he's just got to put it all together in the field. You see glimpses of it a lot during games. Every day he goes out and plays he's going to learn and get better."Goodwin is hitting .243 with one home run, three RBI in his last 10 games played. He has struck out 11 times and has gone 2 for 6 in stolen-base attempts.

    • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

      Nationals' Double-A affiliate loaded with talent

      Double-A Harrisburg will open the season with nine of the Nationals' top 30 prospects on its roster, according to The Washington Post. Among those nine prospects are the team's top three hitting prospects ranked by Baseball America. They are Anthony Rendon (No. 1), Brian Goodwin (No. 3) and Matt Skole (No. 4). They will be joined by pitcher prospect Nathan Karns (No. 5).

    • by Kevin Goodwin | Fantasy Writer

      Goodwin returning from injury

      According to, Nationals outfielder prospect Brian Goodwin will be activated on Friday. He's been out of the lineup since April 9 after suffering a quad injury. Goodwin has been rehabbing in Florida, but is ready to return to Class A ball.

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