New season, new jerseys (and hats). It’s been more than three years since the Washington Nationals last made an (albeit, minor) addition to their uniforms, when they added a new cap  to their lineup in March of 2013. The Nats made a new addition to their uniforms again on Saturday, when they introduced a new white patriotic jersey and two new caps on day one of Winterfest. The new jersey, as seen below, is the same design as the Nationals’ typical home-white uniform, but with a stars-and-stripes design in the ‘curly W’. The new hats, also seen below, are two opposite designs, featuring either red caps and blue bills, or blue caps and red bills, both featuring the same stars-and-stripes ‘curly W’. Washington's new uniform comes with two new alternate caps -- same design: one red, one blue #Nats  More info here > https://t.co/Nr6CTn0f0d pic.twitter.com/sACJrHuIym  — Chris Creamer (@sportslogosnet) December 10, 2016  Dusty Baker (and the rest of the Nationals) modeled the new uniforms at Winterfest. America's Next Top New Patriotic Alternate Jersey Model #NatsWinterfest  pic.twitter.com/Taii0vmN2t  — Washington Nationals (@Nationals) December 10, 2016  That's "2016 #NatsWinterfest  Pictionary Champion" Sammy Solis, to you. pic.twitter.com/aLY8AC2FYl  — Washington Nationals (@Nationals) December 10, 2016  Selfie game strong. #NatsWinterfest  pic.twitter.com/pDhwRXBXhj  — Washington Nationals (@Nationals) December 10, 2016  The new uniforms won’t completely replace the navy blue patriotic design that the Nationals have previously worn for patriotic occasions, but they will be substituted in during day games in which the Nats choose to wear patriotic uniforms. LOVE these new jerseys! (phone keeps auto correcting to New Jersey) ⚾️ But does that mean the navy ones are gone? #NatsWinterfest  https://t.co/oQdBlIUokH — Heather Zimmerman (@HeatherZiMS) December 10, 2016  @HeatherZiMS  These are for day Patriotic games, the blue for night. — Charlie Slowes (@CharlieSlowes) December 10, 2016   https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/dc-sports-bog/wp/2013/03/26/the-nats-new-alternate-hat/?utm_term=.afb4a84dac85  https://twitter.com/hashtag/Nats?src=hash  https://t.co/sACJrHuIym  https://twitter.com/sportslogosnet/status/807625319184265216  https://twitter.com/hashtag/NatsWinterfest?src=hash  https://t.co/Taii0vmN2t  https://twitter.com/Nationals/status/807634207564435456  https://twitter.com/hashtag/NatsWinterfest?src=hash  https://t.co/aLY8AC2FYl  https://twitter.com/Nationals/status/807657975267528705  https://twitter.com/hashtag/NatsWinterfest?src=hash  https://t.co/pDhwRXBXhj  https://twitter.com/Nationals/status/807631557150310401  https://twitter.com/hashtag/NatsWinterfest?src=hash  https://twitter.com/HeatherZiMS/status/807660529737199616  https://twitter.com/HeatherZiMS  https://twitter.com/CharlieSlowes/status/807697272591028226
While the Sports Junkies went against the grain and were in support of the Adam Eaton deal, John Feinstein was on the opposite side of them and disliked the trade big-time.
Many in the baseball world were perplexed by the Adam Eaton trade, but the Sports Junkies were actually big fans of the move. Watch their explanation here.