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Nats and Mets Clash in Pivotal Series

As the Washington Nationals have begun to make a recent ascent to reaching their full potential, there are many teams still standing in their way. One of them is the New York Mets who are in first place in the … Continue reading

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Nats look to add to the Pirates misery in three game set

The Washington Nationals, for all the bad things that have occurred over the course of the 2021 season, had a strange, but uplifting weekend. Against the team with the best record in the MLB, the Nats not only split the … Continue reading

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The state of the Washington Nationals

The Washington Nationals did what you are supposed to do against the best teams in baseball … this past week. They faced the best team in baseball, the San Francisco Giants, and the best team in the American League, the … Continue reading

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Nats Host Giants to Open Homestand

If nothing else, the Washington Nationals showed some true grit over the course of their recent road trip. The Nats came home late Wednesday night/early Thursday morning on what the team likes to call a “happy flight” even though this … Continue reading

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Nats Face Tampa Bay in Hopes of Gaining Momentum

  The Washington Nationals are in desperate need of some victories. This team must pick up wins rapidly, and the road to doing so becomes more difficult. Their next opponent is one of the best teams in the entire MLB: … Continue reading

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Nats Head to Philly Looking to Switch Places in the Standings!

As the Washington Nationals boarded their charter plane from Atlanta to Philadelphia which was delayed a few hours due to inclement weather, there should be a feeling that had not been present for a little while: confidence. Confidence that the … Continue reading

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The biggest smile in Florida is on the face of Mike Rizzo after the ST debut of Rutledge and Cavalli!

PORT ST. LUCIE, FL — While the pessimist would say “it was only Spring Training” to quell the optimism, the Washington Nationals got to debut their Top-2 prospects today. It was electric in that second and third innings in Clover … Continue reading

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The Alex Avila acquisition leaves 1 or 2 spots left for the #Nats

With yesterday’s signing of Alex Avila as the backup catcher, the Washington Nationals have nearly put their final stamp on their offseason as camps for Spring Training open in less than three weeks. We will then transition into the pre-season … Continue reading

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Jon Lester is officially on the Washington Nationals roster!

It took nearly nine full days to announce that Jon Lester was officially added to the Washington Nationals roster due to delays in getting his physical completed. Normally, signings are delayed due to making roster room for a player, but … Continue reading

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MLB News: Nationals Need Strasburg Healthy in ‘21

Strasburg Prepping for Rebound Year It took one year for the Nationals to plummet from the penthouse to the outhouse and much of it had to do with a truncated season that didn’t allow time for the injuries to heal … Continue reading

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