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The Nats bullpen blows another game. Finding new ways to lose…again!

The Nationals are now 11-21 in one-run games after this walk-off loss. Think about whether that is even possible, and it is because the Nationals have sunk that low. This defeat came from another bullpen implosion as the Nats lose … Continue reading

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Nats find a new way to lose. A walk-off grand slam.

We should be celebrating a great Nationals win and instead a loss you won’t forget about for a long long time. The Nationals took a 3-0 lead into the bottom of the 9th inning and 4 runs scored on a … Continue reading

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Nats get pitching from Roark, power from Zim and Murphy and 9-runs

The Nationals knocked the Cubs ace, Jon Lester, out of the game in the 4th inning as the Nationals cruised to a 9-4 win in Wrigley field behind some fine pitching by Tanner Roark and the power from two Ryan … Continue reading

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Wash, rinse, repeat. Missed opportunities, questionable decisions, blah blah blah

The Nationals lost another one-run game falling to 11-19 in those outcomes this season. This one particularly stings because Jeremy Hellickson was throwing a no-hitter when he was removed from the game at 5 2/3 innings, and he handed over bases loaded … Continue reading

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Gio Gonzalez only gives up 1 run; Anibal Sanchez exits with injury

The Nationals had to find a way to win this game, and Gio Gonzalez’s results were positive in this Nationals big win to even this series 2-2. The Braves Anibal Sanchez looked great to start the game as he only … Continue reading

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Even in an 8-3 loss, the #Nats had plenty of chances going 1-16 RISP

Sure, the umpiring was absolutely embarrassing that Major League Baseball allows the amateur hour in an MLB game. Homeplate umpire Greg Gibson should be suspended as this is one of those times integrity comes into play here on the egregious … Continue reading

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Missed opportunities added up; Scherzer’s great effort wasted!

This game was 1-1 into the 9th inning and the Nationals had opportunities earlier to add-on runs and they did not. Instead they left themselves no margin for error, and Kelvin Herrera gave up what looked like a double that … Continue reading

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JRod gets it done with his arm and bat and some help from his friends!

In this doubleheader, manager Dave Martinez needed a starter for today’s first game. They called up Jefry Rodriguez for the critical Game 1 start. JRod didn’t disappoint. He went 5-innings of one-run baseball and probably could have gone deeper in … Continue reading

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Nats win a one-run game to take the series; Move 3 games over .500

When the Nationals needed a win from Tanner Roark, he delivered with a 1-run performance in 7.0 innings as Ryan Madson and Kelvin Herrera closed out this game with no drama. The Nationals RBIs came from Matt Wieters with a … Continue reading

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#Nats salvage the day behind Jeremy Hellickson and the offense!

After dropping the matinée to the Cincinnati Reds in a game in which they could push across only one score, the Washington Nationals badly needed a win in the evening game, and that’s what they got. An offensive unit that … Continue reading

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