Author Archives: Andrew Lang

Game #23 Nats face Logan Webb again; Giants face Joan Adon again.

The good news for Joan Adon is that he will not have to face Joc Pederson in this game. The lefty slugger got Adon for a home run to lead-off the matchup last week and then added a sacrifice fly … Continue reading

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Game #21 needs a change of luck as Nats are mired in 7-game losing streak!

Both teams play with the same weather conditions, and the same umpires, yet the past week, the Washington Nationals keep coming up short at the most critical times. The team batting average is sinking like a lead weight to a … Continue reading

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The Maryland Terps baseball team is ranked while bashing HRs and sporting a trio of aces. Georgetown games this weekend!

With no MLB baseball games in Spring Training coming for another week, D.C. area baseball fans will be treated to some exciting weekend baseball with a game at 4pm today and again on Sunday between the nationally ranked Maryland Terrapins … Continue reading

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This walk-off is a not a goodbye, but Ryan Zimmerman announces his retirement as a player today!

We knew this day was going to come eventually. But today’s announcement seemed to whip down Half Street as a bit of a surprise that Ryan Zimmerman picked this day to announce his retirement as a player. On Sunday October … Continue reading

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Washington Nationals Odds to Win the World Series in 2022

Nobody knows what is going on in baseball, including the owners and Player’s Association. The lockout is a significant issue, and it’s unknown when baseball will return. Spring Training will likely be delayed in some way, which means Opening Day … Continue reading

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What Are The Consequences Of The Ongoing Lockout?

While it didn’t officially commence until midnight on December 1st 2021, we’ve known that Major League Baseball was going to move into lockout for quite some time now. What most folks had thought though, was talks would progress timeously and … Continue reading

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Our annual #Nats holiday gift guide is here!

Another year has almost come to a close, and it is time for you to indulge yourself in our annual Washington Nationals gift guide of curated items we have picked including some bespoke items. Some range from the inexpensive and … Continue reading

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The Nats have a winning streak going on Corbin’s arm and Soto’s bat!

This felt like a 2019 win with Patrick Corbin pitching a gem, Juan Soto providing clutch offense, and the bullpen melting down. In the end, the Nats’ three runs held up, and they won this by a final score of … Continue reading

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The Nats seal that 61st win with a shutout!

With this shutout win today, the Washington Nationals need just two more wins this season to avoid the dreaded 100-loss season. It appears like there will be four teams  surpassing 100 loss plateau this season, which is a black eye on … Continue reading

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Game #148 Corbin looking for a W!

Here we are with 15-games left on this frustrating season. The Washington Nationals were officially eliminated from the postseason last night and most knew this was inevitable over 60 games ago.

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