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Stephen Strasburg pitches the best game for the Nats in 2019; Zim/Dozier provide the offense!

The Nationals needed a salvage win today to avoid being swept and that would take a good pitching performance from Stephen Strasburg. Both were accomplished and Strasburg did not have a good pitching performance — he had a great pitching performance. … Continue reading

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The Nats had their chances and suffer another one-run loss!

When you go 1-for-7 in RISP spots, that is not a good sign for the Nationals who entered the game batting a very strong .299 on the season in those situations. But the real golden opportunity is when you have … Continue reading

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Corbin’s gem secures another series win and move above .500!

Today, Patrick Corbin’s 7 2/3 innings of near perfection was enough to coverup for the little things that were not executed by his offense. Corbin pitched a 2-hitter of one-run baseball and was relieved by Kyle Barraclough who had to … Continue reading

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New lineup sparks big offense! Bullpen makes it interesting in the end!

The outfield did it tonight with their bats, gloves and arms to get the Nats going tonight as the team returned to .500 on the season at 8-and-8 in what should have been considered a trouncing of the Giants and … Continue reading

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The bullpen blows another one; #Nats back to .500

The Washington Nationals bullpen failed late again as Wander Suero served up a two-out RBI double in the ninth inning, and despite loading the bases with one out, the Nats couldn’t tie the game against old friend Felipe Vazquez.

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Nats win one on another team’s bullpen in the 8th inning. Eaton/Kendrick go back-to-back to tie and win the game!

Yesterday’s underperformer became today’s star as Adam Eaton with 2 outs in the 8th inning hit a game tying home run and Howie Kendrick followed Eaton with a home run to win the game. Eaton finished the game going 3-for-4 … Continue reading

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A Corbin gem and Rendon power were wasted as the “Little Things” piled up…

The Nationals got a 7.0 inning 1-run gem out of Patrick Corbin, and Anthony Rendon put the Nats up 2-1 on a home run which looked like the game winner until manager Dave Martinez summoned reliever Tony Sipp to pitch … Continue reading

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Nats have a winning record and move above .500 with another series win! 15-1 final score!

The Washington Nationals now have a winning record with this win and move above .500. They crushed the Phillies behind a 6.0 inning shutout by Jeremy Hellickson. The final score in this game was 15-1. With this win, the Nationals … Continue reading

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Nats left for dead and rise up to score 9 unanswered runs to win this one in Philly!

The youngsters came through to win a game that was all but lost. The Nationals fell behind 6-to-1 and chipped away to get the score to 6-to-5 in the 9th inning. It was up to the rookie, Victor Robles, in … Continue reading

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Another one-run loss; You can pick your “Little Things” as there were many!

There were so many highlights in this game, but too many lowlights including some bad fielding plays, a questionable “send”, a non-hustle play on a groundout by Juan Soto, and some bad situational hitting. The star of the game was … Continue reading

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