Monthly Archives: June 2011

Nats vs. Pirates Q&A with Sam, The Maryland Bureau Chief Emeritus

Earlier in the season, I asked the outgoing Maryland Bureau Chief about the first Washington Nationals vs. Pittsburgh Pirates series. Since then, Sam became The Maryland Bureau Chief Emeritus by moving back to Western Pennsylvania and both teams reached mediocrity or better. Their third series of the year begins tomorrow at Nationals Park. WFY: Since

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Throwing errors aside, Ryan Zimmerman is awesome, but the Nats are under .500

Does it figure that the day that overwhelmed sports radio host and occasional Post columnist for topics other than the NBA, Mike Wise, writes a column on how great Ryan Zimmerman is that the Washington Nationals third baseman commits the throwing error that cost the Nats the game? Of course it does! I don’t argue

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I-95: EZ Pass only lanes now open on the Delaware Turnpike

  I-95 high-speed E-ZPass lanes open at Newark toll plaza – The News Journal (New Castle, Del.) A nightmare of a construction project along Interstate 95 has been completed. The Delaware Turnpike toll plaza near Newark now has two dedicated left lanes for cars with EZ Pass — drivers with the transponder no longer have

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