Author Archives: Erika C.

Adam Eaton Charity Car Show

In the wee hours of Saturday morning, I willingly put on real pants (a rarity on a weekend) and left my house at the crack of dawn to attend Adam Eaton’s Rev Up the Park charitable event at Nationals Park, … Continue reading

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Michael Taylor heads out on a rehab assignment

As the dust settles from the whirlwind of the trade deadline, contending teams are hopeful the new faces joining their clubhouses are going to help push them towards postseason success. While the Washington Nationals share those feelings as they welcome … Continue reading

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Trea Turner went from teaching kids to playing like a kid on a special day!

Do you remember that afternoon game on June 24th when Trea Turner went 5-for-5 with 4 runs scored? Hours before first pitch, Trea was at Georgetown University at a Celebrity Sports baseball camp featuring Trea and several other players. Also … Continue reading

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P-Nats star Victor Robles: Better than advertised!

Victor Robles is a young man with immense talent and potential on the baseball field, and a man of few words off of it. We had the chance to sit down with him prior to the Potomac Nationals game on … Continue reading

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A Night with the P-Nats and Top Prospect Victor Robles and Manager Tripp Keister

Last night was the perfect opportunity to see Joan Baez pitch for the Potomac Nationals at Pfitzner Stadium in Woodbridge, Virginia. Baez worked at a good pace and turned in a good outing and worked himself out of some jams … Continue reading

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Pitch Talks Event with the Media

Monday night I was invited to  the Howard Theatre to attend the Pitch Talks speaker series on behalf of Talk Nats, and it was an excellent event.  There were two panel discussions, both moderated by MLB Network Radio and Sirius … Continue reading

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Rick Ankiel wrote a book that is a must-read!

When I told Steve “The Ghost” last week that my copy of The Phenomenon by Rick Ankiel had shipped and I couldn’t wait for it to arrive, he said he’d love a book review when I was done reading it. … Continue reading

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The Window To Win is Open #Nats

“The Washington Nationals have a window to win, and it’s right now”. Raise your hand if you’ve heard that before. Baseball talking heads have been throwing this narrative around a lot this past off-season, and the chatter about it has … Continue reading

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Opening Day for some teams is on Sunday; The new MLB rule changes

As I’m sure y’all have heard, MLB officially announced the 2017 rule changes. This is the next step in commissioner Rob Manfred’s never ending quest to reduce dead time and increase action in games. MLB & the MLBPA today jointly … Continue reading

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Tanner Roark and Daniel Murphy are the best of baseball

Do you think Abner Doubleday could have envisioned that baseball would be played worldwide? Chevrolet tried to show the symbolism of America as “Baseball, Hot Dogs, Apple Pie and Chevrolet”. Baseball has risen to a fever pitch worldwide as witnessed … Continue reading

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