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Looking ahead to 2019, the Cards have a big decision to make as a handful of players are eligible for free agency. A lot of the Cardinals stars of the past few seasons are set to hit free agency. The biggest names in the clubhouse include catcher, Yadier Molina, 3B, Paul Goldschmidt, and SP, Adam Wainwright. All have been fixtures in the Cardinals lineup, and the majority of the fans are hoping to keep them all.
The eighth homestand of the season features a Victor Robles Bobblehead, Topps Baseball Cards exit giveaway, the fifth game of the Military Branch Series with U.S. Coast Guard Day, and Kids Run the Bases. The promotional schedule for the remainder of the season can be viewed at nationals.com/Promotions.
The 2019 Washington Nationals entered the season with optimism, in spite of losing OF Bryce Harper to free agency (and to division rivals the Philadelphia Phillies before the season, and of having missed the postseason altogether in 2018. The main reason was the surplus of very good young position players on the team, starting with OFs Juan Soto, runner-up in the Rookie of the Year vote last year, and Victor Robles, and IF Carter Kieboom. This was definitely not a team on the decline. Soto and Robles were both in the starting line-up on Opening Day, March 28th, and Kieboom joined them on April 26th, as soon as future eligibility for salary arbitration ceased to be a concern. On April 28th, they became the first trio of players 21 or younger to homer in the same game as they all went deep in a 7-6 win over the San Diego Padres. In fact they were the first team since the 1997 Florida Marlins to feature three starting position players 21 or younger in their line-up! (Source: www.baseball-reference.com)