Author Archives: Erika C.

F1RST Residences’ banners above Nats Park are always creative!

If you’ve visited Nationals Park anytime since last season, or if you’ve watched games on television, you’ve probably noticed the banners on the top of a building across the street from the Centerfield Gates. Sporting slogans such as “Bob and … Continue reading

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Opening Week started with a Pep Rally hosted by Fresh 94.7’s “Tommy Show”

Regular season baseball gets underway this week, and 94.7 Fresh FM’s The Tommy Show got everyone pumped up and ready with a fun studio audience edition of their morning show that doubled as a Nats pep rally. There was a … Continue reading

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The Tommy Show on 94.7 Fresh FM are hosting a #Nats pep rally

Despite winter’s rude refusal to go away, real baseball is poised to start next week. In order to get everyone pumped up for the regular season, our friends at The Tommy Show on 94.7 Fresh FM are hosting a #Nats … Continue reading

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Tewksbury gives away many pitching secrets in his book, “Ninety Percent Mental”

Starting pitcher turned mental skills coach Bob “Tewks” Tewksbury authored Ninety Percent Mental, which hits bookstores on March 20. Peppered with stories from his starts over his career and conversations he has had with players, the memoir details his life … Continue reading

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Cold stove is frozen shut; Spring Training camps set to open

While the stove this off-season has been anything but hot, tensions between the players and the teams have been rising, and it’s headed towards a boiling point. Mere days before players have to begin reporting to spring training camps, a … Continue reading

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The Super Bowl of Hot Stove events; Mike Rizzo & Davey Martinez talk!

The Nationals hosted their Hot Stove event on Saturday at Nats Park, and it was full of tidbits of coming attractions at the ballpark and some small nuggets that GM Mike Rizzo was willing to give up to the audience.

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Pace of Play and Robo Umps

Image Source: 2012 NESN Blog Post – Robot Umpires, Enhanced Replay Technology Are Dream of Many, But Will They Ever Be Reality? Which happens first? As I lay in bed watching game highlights on MLB Network,  I find myself marveling … Continue reading

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Ryan Zimmerman and Sean Doolittle are Hall-of-Famers

At the 16th annual Step Up to the Plate fundraiser dinner, the University of Virginia honored Washington Nationals first baseman Ryan Zimmerman and closer Sean Doolittle on Saturday night by inducting them into the baseball Hall of Fame. Zimmerman and … Continue reading

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The P-Nats 2018 giveaways are a hit!

Minor League Baseball is known for its creative —sometimes— crazy promotions, and the Nationals High-A affiliate, Potomac Nationals, fits right into that mold. They released their 2018 promo schedule just before Christmas, and y’all, it’s stacked, and it’s lit.

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A woman swinging the SSK lumber for the fences and catching what they throw her way!

Baseball, like all of the 4 major sports, is dominated by men — from the players on the field to the coaches in the dugout and the lifers in the front office. There are also all of those independent companies … Continue reading

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