Tag Archives: ¡LIVAN!

WE WANT WINGS! Zimmerman’s return and epic ¡LIVAN! take Cardinals series

Remember two days ago when I tried to downplay the return of Ryan Zimmerman to the Washington Nationals? Let me keep downplaying it, these wing-winning 8 and 10 run outbursts are surely not sustainable and certainly not over the weekend when I really want some wins. On Tuesday night, Zimmerman said “Me coming back is

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Hey, a Nats post!

Since I last blogged about the Washington Nationals, they finished 6-5 on a western swing, splitting with the Arizona Diamondbacks (lots of HBP on both sides), losing 2 of 3 to the San Francisco Giants and taking 3 of 4 from the San Diego Padres. They are about halfway through an odd stretch of schedule

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Looking back at the Nats – Marlins series and Harmon Killebrew

It wasn’t a great weekend for the Washington Nationals, but it ended well. After missing out on a sweep of the Atlanta Braves on Thursday night, when they blew a 5-1 lead to lose in extra innings 6 -5, the Nats continued their losing ways Friday and Saturday against the Florida Marlins. Friday night was

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1,000th Nats game has same result as first — a loss in Philly

One thousand games ago, ¡LIVAN! threw the first pitch in modern Washington Nationals history at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, Pa. Back on April 5, 2005, I would not have believed you if you said that ¡LIVAN! would start the Nats 1,000th game, coincidentally, also in Philadelphia. Last night he took the mound there again

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