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75 years since Jackie Robinson’s debut and a real turn in D.C. baseball

It has been 75 years since Jackie Robinson‘s debut and changing baseball forever, and all of baseball celebrates that today as we all wear No. 42. You can see the changes finally in baseball or at least you can in … Continue reading

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How Sabermetrics Changed the MLB Fan Experience

Sabermetrics started off way back in the 1970s. At the time, it was the ultimate hobby for baseball fans who adored a hard look at numbers. Specifically, it let them see the game through a totally new lens: data. Through … Continue reading

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Fun Destinations for Baseball Fans with Spring Training or a trip to Cooperstown or Dyersville, Iowa!

As a Washington Nationals’ fan, you’ve been to your fair share of baseball games. If you live in the Washington, D.C. area, you’ve probably experienced the excitement of watching a game in person at Nationals Park in the heart of … Continue reading

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Fredericksburg has the second game of their playoffs tonight!

All season, manager Jake Lowery’s Fredericksburg Nationals’ team has overcome obstacles to win, and they are now a game away from winning their best-of-3-game playoff series against the Lynchburg Hillcats. On Tuesday night, in an incredible playoff atmosphere at Virginia … Continue reading

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Nats Look To Rebuild After A Disappointing Season

As of August 28th, the Washington Nationals still own the worst record in the MLB, but there are signs of life as they have gone 6-8 in the past two weeks. Currently, sitting at 43-85, the Nats are already looking … Continue reading

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Washington Nationals 2022 Draft Recap

Nationals are now entirely focused on their long-term future. A couple of weeks after a solid performance at the draft, general manager Mike Rizzo traded his 23-year-old franchise star to the San Diego Padres in a blockbuster deal that promises … Continue reading

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In Appreciation of Ken Griffey Jr.

The coolest thing about the 2021 MLB season is that it’s reminded us what it’s like when a player transcends rooting interests, and really the sport itself. It was just a few years ago that the chase for Shohei Ohtani … Continue reading

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Expert’s Tips on MLB Futures Odds and Games

  In sports betting, anything that can be predicted, more likely, there’s a couple of odds available for you to wager on. Such odds often take as far as the following season, despite the ongoing season in its early quarter. … Continue reading

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Bryce Harper Pizza Reviewer; Hair Flipper; Barstool Sports 5 Guy

Bryce Harper is so talented that he is also a food critic in addition to maintaining a food review site with his wife, Kayla, on Instagram called Harp.Eats. Yesterday, Harper did a food review for Barstool Sports on a New York … Continue reading

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Washington Nationals: Is it plain sailing from here?

  Washington is, it seems, never out of the world media spotlight. Usually, the madness of politics leaves scribes scratching their heads to find the right words, or a fresh way of capturing the mayhem which ripples around the world. … Continue reading

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