Author Archives: Stephen G. "Ghost" Mears

Trea Turner nearly hits for a cycle and his 2 Web Gems help Nats with comeback win!

This game started off nice for the Washington Nationals then quickly went awry and the Nationals fell into a 5-1 deficit. When the team clawed back to tie the game, they quickly fell behind at the top of the next … Continue reading

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Game #71 Nationals have a 3-game series with O’s

There were some big roster moves as expected today.  Matt Adams was moved to the 10-day DL with a fracture of his index finger as the first move of the day. Manager Dave Martinez said an additional x-ray was done … Continue reading

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Changes in ownership; Changes in strategy? #Nats

Last week, the Washington Nationals managing member of ownership was approved to transfer within the Lerner family. It was voted unanimously by Major League Baseball’s twenty-nine other owners to pass the top spot from the 92-year-old Ted Lerner to his … Continue reading

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In June 2014, Bryce Harper suggested his line-up; What would Bryce suggest today?

Has anyone asked Bryce Harper where Bryce Harper should be playing? His stats tell the story. His swing and miss rate in June is what you would expect from a poor hitting pitcher. The Nationals clearly have 3 better outfielders … Continue reading

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Missed it by -that- much! #Nats almost get to Yankees in the 9th.

The Nationals had their chances against the Yankees and in a game of inches that was the difference tonight in the end. In the beginning, it was a lack of taking advantage of the opportunities. The Nats split both series … Continue reading

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Game #70 for #Nats in this time continuum

The Nationals just completed a win for their suspended game from May 15th with a Juan Soto game winning pinch-hit 2-run home run. Now, the Nationals must complete the rained-out game from May 16th with Erick Fedde starting for the … Continue reading

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Game #43 Updated: Nationals and Yankees restart their 3-3 tie game in bottom of the 6th inning

With Ryan Zimmerman on the disabled list, he will not be able to walk-off on the Yankees in this regular season  (unless the game(s) is rescheduled due to weather) — but there are plenty of prognosticators who have predicted these two … Continue reading

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Game #69 Nats in salvage mode in Toronto

Happy Father’s Day. It is quite obvious that the Nats offense went into hibernation. When a bear is woken up from their slumber, they can attack. The Nationals have been poked all weekend from the Blue Jays, and the Nats … Continue reading

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Tim Cate will soon be a top Washington Nationals’ prospect!

While it was no secret that the Nationals were targeting Mason Denaburg with their first pick, the Tim Cate pick in the second round was not a certainty because the Yankees and Red Sox were picking right before the Nationals. … Continue reading

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Game #68 Scherzer takes the mound again in Toronto!

When Max Scherzer was with the Detroit Tigers, the short trip to Toronto was one he looked forward to since he has had his best games in his career there for an American League ballpark. In his previous four career … Continue reading

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