Author Archives: Stephen G. "Ghost" Mears

The Nats finish their season on a 3-game winning streak and Juan Soto crowned the batting champ!

In the Washington Nationals final 9 games of the season, they finished a very strong 7-2. But it was too little too late to do anything in the playoff race for this year. There is always next year as the … Continue reading

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Game #60 puts a stamp on a bittersweet season that ends today for the #Nats

It is a bittersweet finish to a season that was a sprint to the finish. Sixty games within the confines of COVID. The Nats made it to the end with no in-season issues at all with COVID infections. The same … Continue reading

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Nats sweep the doubleheader and that will affect the draft order!

Since the Nats were 19-31 they have gone 6-3 for some of their best baseball of the season. Where was this in August? Oh well, it is nice to see the effort, and Anibal Sanchez pitched a solid game en … Continue reading

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Game #59 is Anibal on the mound to try for a doubleheader sweep!

The birthday boy, Dave Martinez, got a win he really wanted and he also got to see Max Scherzer record that win. Max finished his 2020 season with a winning record, and he won the 175th of his career.

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Game #58 is a long day for the “Birthday Boy” who officially got a multi-year contract! Marquee match-up on the mound!

Smile Davey, it’s your birthday! He is 56 years young today, and was rewarded with a multi-year contract, exact terms undisclosed.

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With tonight’s rain in DC, the big news is Davey Martinez has a new 3-year deal!

The big news of the day isn’t the rain in Washington D.C., but something more positive which is manager Dave Martinez is getting a new 3-year deal that will keep him under contract through at least the 2023 season and … Continue reading

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Game #58 postponed until 3 pm tomorrow

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Off-season priorities for the Washington Nationals start with 10 keys to make it a successful winter!

The Washington Nationals have clear priorities for next year. We will take you through the Top-10.

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Game #57 is an audition for next year

When manager Dave Martinez talked about the future, he spoke optimistically about the All-Star and MVP candidates on his roster next year. He also spoke about wanting to manage long-term for this Washington Nationals team. 

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The Nats were built for marathons and short sprints; Officially eliminated, what’s next?

You probably heard that the Washington Nationals were officially eliminated from the postseason late last night. Not a shocker at all when you start a 60-game season at 19-31. The next time you see the Washington Nationals after Sunday, it … Continue reading

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