Tag Archives: Seattle Mariners

It is summertime and the Nats are precisely mediocre, hopefully we’ll never celebrate that again

The Washington Nationals reached a .500 record last night (37 wins and losses — hey that Strasburg’s number, it MUST BE A SIGN) with a tight 2-1 victory over the Seattle Mariners. This the latest the team has not had a losing record since October 2, 2005. Only two members of the team were around

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Wilson Ramos hits walkoff as Nats come back from 5-0 down to beat Mariners

If you left early, you blew it! – Dave Jageler So, ¡LIVAN! was ¡Navil! last night, going down 5-0 to the Seattle Mariners. In fact, the Washington Nationals were down 5-1 with two outs in the ninth and were facing , a 98 MPH throwing closer. Jayson Werth got on with an error and advanced

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