Do you remember a few summers ago when ESPN.com Page 2 toured all the major league ballparks and rated them? I thought I would apply the criteria that they used to our own RFK Stadium. Who knows, maybe they will make a trip to RFK like they did to Philly’s Citizens Bank Park last [...]
Archive for May, 2005
Foul Pole Is A Bit Pesky In the Nats’ Close Win – The PostBraves’ Jordan Has a Homer To Left Ruled Fair, Then Foul: Nationals 3, Braves 2Who knew that I simple holiday baseball game would have such Shakespearean overtones? I was at RFK and did not actually see the disputed home run/foul [...]
NATS END AWFUL ROAD TRIP ON HIGH NOTE
Nats Upbeat After Salvaging a Win – The PostThey finally broke through and ended a five game losing streak. Who else but ¡LIVAN! stopped the skid.
They return home, today at 3:05 vs. the Braves. I will be there with my family for my fourth regular season game. If [...]
A LOT OF NEWS FOR AN OFF DAY
Nationals Make Pitching Changes – The PostA whole lot of players got moved around yesterday, notably P Zach Day, who was demoted to AAA New Orleans. Claudio Vargas was designated for assignment, P Jon Rauch is a goner with a torn labrum (in the shoulder), and John Patterson [...]
Redlegs 12 Nats 3
Nats Strike Out, Go 0 for 3 Against Reds – The PostThe Nats got crushed yesterday afternoon in Cincy. Two of the Nats three runs were solo shots by Jose Guillen. P Claudio Vargas got the start and get destroyed. Hopefully, he is done in the rotation, he has been dreadful.
STAR WARS, NOTHING BUT STAR WARS
On Saturday night, Erica and I saw Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith at the Uptown Theatre in Cleveland Park.
There was so much going on throughout the 2 hours and 26 minutes, that there was very little time to process any of it. My heartrate must have [...]
NATS LOSE REDS SERIES, FINALE THIS AFTERNOON
Nats Take Long Way To a Loss – The Post¡LIVAN! got in trouble early and had to pitch out of some tough situations. Still, when he left after 7, he had given up only three runs that were scored in the first. However, it would not be enough, as [...]
Nats Go Quietly — Again – The PostWith everybody hurt, the Nats lost to the Reds. I was not able to see or hear any of it because I was at Star Wars (again). Esteban Loaiza got the loss.
More from The Wash. Times: Nats’ painful reality
Boxscore – ESPN.com
Writing Is on the Wall for Team’s [...]
My Comcast internet connection is pretty poor this morning, so I will not be able to do a full update.
The Nats won yesterday (The Post), 9 – 2 over the Blue Jays. It took them three tries to break through and get a “W” against Toronto. Now, on to Cincinnati.