“We have on this ballclub that we still have a run left in us.” – Mike Rizzo, Washington Nationals general manager. Rizzo was correct, the run left in the Nats belonged to Wilson Ramos, who hit a homer onto Waveland Avenue.
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The D.C. portion of the Battle of the Beltways has concluded with a split. The Washington Nationals lost game 1, badly, and then rocked the Baltimore Orioles last night 9-3. In other words, the Nats are playing about the same as they always do this season. GAME 1 Bad Gio. Bad hitting. VIDEO RECAP GAME
Gio Gonzalez threw seven scoreless innings and homered to start the scoring for the Washington Nationals: Your browser does not support iframes. I had just “liked’ a tumblr post by Tom Bridge about his conversion to the light side of the force with regards to pitchers batting. Gonzalez didn’t have his sharpest stuff, but facing
Remember on Tuesday night when the Washington Nationals hit six home runs off the Chicago Cubs? At Nats Park w wife/friends. Said:”Too bad, we missed 1st 6 HR-game in D.C. MLB history since 1901. It was LAST nite.” So they did it again. — Thomas Boswell (@ThomasBoswellWP) September 6, 2012 It took over 110 years