Tag Archives: Henry Rodriguez

Nats have 100 games to close 7 game deficit

The Washington Nationals swept a doubleheader on Sunday to take the 3 game series with the Minnesota Twins (take that Calvin Griffith!) and get themselves back to .500. One hundred games remain in the 2013 regular season and the 31-31 Nats probably need to win more than 60 of them to reach the playoffs and

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Nats: James Andrews/Lewis Yoccum appointments and cortisone futures trading well at mid-day; first Boswell column of spring

Day 3 of Washington Nationals spring training… PLAYING HURT, BUT FOR HOW LONG? Playing through a torn rotator cuff (The Post)? Color me skeptical Danny Espinosa. How many cortisone shots will he take this season? Good news if you are Steve Lombardozzi I guess. Henry Rodriguez thinks his elbow pain is normal, he did have

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Gio Gonzalez is the ace, but could still improve; Nats survive H-Rod, beat Phillies

The Washington Nationals extended their winning streak to 2 and took a 3-1 season series/Cheesesteak/Half-Smoke Challenge lead over the Philadelphia Phillies last night. A few thoughts… Everybody over the latest (last as a closer?) meltdown by Henry Rodriguez yet? Other stuff happened in last night’s game, like Gio Gonzalez striking out nine over 6 innings.

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Bryce Harper homers, Nats beat Padres 8-5 but lose another catcher

Somehow, after a day of rain, the Washington Nationals got in their game against the San Diego Padres last night. It was an eventful one: Bryce Harper hit his first major league home run: Your browser does not support iframes. Sandy Leon made his major league debut at catcher. It lasted 4 innings — Chase

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