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Game #37 is Game 2 of this Atlanta doubleheader

This second game of the doubleheader will also be a scheduled 7 inning game per the 2020 rules. This game features Wil Crowe for the Nats as the 29th man called up for the doubleheader, and the Braves will pitch Huascar … Continue reading

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Game #34 will have Max Scherzer for the Nationals

The Washington Nationals cannot seem to put all facets of the game together in a nine inning game. Last night Patrick Corbin gave up two runs and got zero in support and while there was some good defense for him — … Continue reading

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Nats stick with Luis Garcia and option top prospect Carter Kieboom

In shocking but never surprising news, the Nats sent their top prospect Carter Kieboom to the Washington Nationals’ minor league camp at the Alternate Training Site in Fredericksburg today to make room for Sean Doolittle who was activated from the … Continue reading

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Game #24 has the 29th man for the doubleheader, Wil Crowe, getting the start!

The Nats will have another debut with the promotion of Wil Crowe to the active roster as the 29th player for this doubleheader. In a 2020 anomaly, the Nats will be the visiting team in Nats Park which will allow … Continue reading

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Game #22 a Friday to Monday series at Nats Park with the Marlins

The Washington Nationals are in Nats Park for a five game series in four days against the Miami Marlins. With another night of unpredictable weather, the teams will hope to get this game going. The Marlins have made over a … Continue reading

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Dakota Bacus is older than 12 players on the Nats roster and age won’t define this rookie reliever!

Living in Moline, Illinois in the off-season puts Dakota Bacus in a league of his own. He is the only active professional baseball player in that town. Moline is on the extreme western side of the state along the Iowa … Continue reading

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A family tradition in baseball dating back to the 1800’s has ended at the hands of COVID

In the middle of a season, an MLB debut is usually a spur of the moment callup caused by an injury or a demotion. Some debuts are a factor of making the Opening Day roster like Jake Noll, and others … Continue reading

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Game #18 the Nats have to build on their success of last night with the youth movement! Soto moves up to 3rd in the order!

With Howie Kendrick getting a day-off from starting, this Nats lineup is even younger than yesterday’s average by almost 1/3 of a year with the average age of each player at almost exactly 27 years of age.

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Game #17 gets played after Game #12 in the bizarre 2020 season! #Nats

Baseball is a chess game for the best managers out there. You must control the game with a vision into future moves that have not even happened as you ponder the myriad of possibilities. The Nationals are back in the … Continue reading

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Game #11 last night didn’t go well and Voth has to be the stopper!

If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. Last night was an awful night for baseball in Washington, D.C. It was not a competitive game, and manager Dave Martinez waved the white flag when the score ballooned over 8-0. … Continue reading

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