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 a bone spur [...]
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. In [...]
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:
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Sandy Leon made his major league debut at catcher. It lasted 4 innings — Chase Headley took him [...]
The Washington Nationals came very close to returning to D.C. with a winning Ohio River road trip and a sweep of a very good Cincinnati Reds team. The Nats have yet to complete a sweep yet. They went 3-3 on their recent swing.
On the bright side, in order to lose a sweep on the road, [...]
After a day off to think about a fully formed rivalry between the Washington Nationals and the Philadelphia Phillies, it was time to play baseball again. The Nats traveled to Pittsburgh to start their Ohio River road trip. Edwin Jackson faced A.J. Burnett. Other than two solo homers, Jackson was decent, while Burnett was striking [...]
The first pitch of the Washington Nationals season is 24 hours away in Wrigley Field against the Chicago Cubs. Here is my preview and season prediction…
FROM SLEEPER TO TRENDY PICK IN ONE SPRING TRAINING
Experts predicting the Nats make the World Series – DC Sports Bog, The Post
Maybe it was always happening and I never noticed [...]