The Washington Nationals just had another interesting weekend, beating the reigning World Champion San Francisco Giants 3 out of 4 times in a wraparound series. DC got strong pitching every game of the series with Jason Marquis getting a complete game shutout on Friday night, John Lannan taking a hard-luck loss on Saturday because the [...]
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WASHINGTON, D.C. — They say that you may see something new in every baseball game.* That was the case yesterday, as the Washington Nationals hosted the San Francisco Giants. The visitors walked 9 Nats and hit 3 of them with pitches, but only gave up a run. The Giants played with fire throughout the game [...]
Once again, I’m talking to a fan from the Washington Nationals upcoming opposition. This time, my friend David (he was a guest prognosticator during football season) is answering questions about the reigning world champion San Francisco Giants, whom he adopted after moving to the city by the bay.
WFY: While I know you followed a different [...]
Washington Nationals batter Tim Lincecum in 7-3 win over San Francisco Giants – The Post
Taking down the best – Nats Insider
After learning of the Washington Nationals victory over the San Francisco Giants and ace Tim Lincecum, I have one question. Is MissChatter going to do another “Rookie vs. All-Star” commercial for MASN now?
While it is [...]
Giants Complete Sweep Over Cold-Hitting Nats – The PostAfter losing to Randy Johnson (updated with this morning’s stories) in game 1 of the doubleheader, the Nationals fell in a rain-abbreviated game 2. Ross Detwiler gave up 4 runs in 5 2/3 innings.
The Nationals forgot how to hit too.
Nationals’ hurlers take a backseat to history – [...]
Giants’ Johnson wins No. 300 – San Francisco ChronicleSan Francisco takes game 1 of the twi-night doubleheader as Randy Johnson wins his 300th game. Jordan Zimmermann took the loss for the Nats, giving up two runs. Joel Hanrahan had a rough ninth too, but the Nationals were already losing.
There were not many people in the [...]
Johnson Has to Wait To Go for 300th Win – The PostRain delays Johnson’s shot at No. 300 – The Wash. TimesAfter 3 hours 42 minutes, the Nationals gave up trying to get last night’s game in, about 3 hours 41 minutes longer than they should have tried. They will try again tomorrow with a [...]
If not for other obligations, I would probably be going to Nationals Park tonight to see if the Nats can keep Yankees wash-out Randy Johnson from winning his 300th game. On Sunday, Washington was at the wrong end of Jamie Moyer’s 250th win.
A few years ago, the Nats also faced San Francisco with the potential [...]
Nats Beat Giants, Odds – The PostLast night’s win was pretty improbable by Washington standards:
In fact, the Nationals started the eighth inning trailing 28 times before last night’s game against the San Francisco Giants. They won only two of those games. When they trailed by one run entering the eighth inning last night, the odds [...]
At the very least, you’ll have Charlie Slowes and Dave Jaegler on the drive home this afternoon on 1500 AM. The Nats look to take the third game of the series with the Giants. Shairon Martis is on the hill for Washington while Barry Zito starts for San Francisco.
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