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Anibal Sanchez puts together a good start and the bats back him up for the W!

The Nats swept the American League’s best team, and have now won four times in five games to make you wonder if this is the hot streak the Nats needed. Anibal Sanchez went five innings of shutout baseball but ran … Continue reading

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Max Scherzer was vintage Max with a 7.0 inning shutout

It was vintage Max Scherzer tonight as he went 7.0 innings of shutout baseball while being pitch efficient to stymie the first place Tampa Bay Rays. It was Scherzer’s 174th career win, and he controlled the game. His offense got … Continue reading

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No way Erick Fedde beats Max Fried — Well, how’s about Kyle McGowin beats Tyler Matzek!

If you had the stars of the game as Kyle McGowin, Brock Holt, Victor Robles, and Luis Garcia, you win the jackpot. Once again, Erick Fedde exited early (3 2/3 IP) after giving up 4-runs, and McGowin entered the game … Continue reading

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Nats win after they blew a 4-run lead and end the 7-game losing streak!

The final score was 10-9 and the Nats squeaked by to win this one to end their seven game losing streak. The Nats did not have Juan Soto or Adam Eaton who are both nursing injuries, and players like Michael … Continue reading

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#Nats follow a familiar script in another familiar loss

You’d think when you have lost 20 games, you would have found some new ways to lose. Unfortunately, the Washington Nationals treated fans tonight to a virtual carbon copy of the game they lost yesterday…and the day before that.

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The Red Sox and Nats are tied with 12-wins on the season; The difference is the Red Sox are in a sell-off and the Nats are holding firm for now!

With the loss in this series to the Red Sox, the Nats dropped to 12-19 in a new low for the season. The team is digging a deeper hole in the cellar of the NL East, and at some point … Continue reading

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The Nats are 12-18 and in last place at the halfway mark!

In a short season, you cannot try to repeat a 19-31 start to the season and expect to make the postseason. The Nats are at their halfway mark and are at 12-18 in this 60-game season. The Nats lost this … Continue reading

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Max Scherzer is the stopper and he enjoys his run support!

On this day, Max Scherzer controlled the game, and the Nats cruised to a 10-2 victory in venerable Fenway Park as they ended a 3-game losing streak. Scherzer notched his 173rd win of his career while keeping perfection at 108-0 … Continue reading

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All of the positives won’t make this loss feel any better……. Nats need to consider the trade market!

Manager Dave Martinez chose Austin Voth as his fifth starter this season, and with the injury to Stephen Strasburg, he moved up to the fourth starter’s spot. The team is 1-4 in Voth starts and the one win was a … Continue reading

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Anibal Sanchez with the ace outing as his offense explodes!

The Nats needed a laugher and got that from a nine run offensive explosion and a 7.0 inning one-run performance from Anibal Sanchez. The only reliever on this day who was called in from the bullpen was Ryne Harper. He … Continue reading

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