Category Archives: NLEast

Nats and Marlins face off in attempts to improve on recent struggles

Following their walk off win on Sunday evening, the Nationals continue their homestand by welcoming the Miami Marlins to town. The Marlins, like the Nationals, have struggled to find consistency in the month of July. The teams are currently in … Continue reading

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Nats Open Second Half Against Padres in DC

As the calendar turns to the latter half of July, the Nationals are looking to catch some momentum before the Trade Deadline. The NL East is still cracked open because the Mets have not run away with the division, and … Continue reading

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Depleted Nationals Begin West Coast Swing in San Diego

After one of the most encouraging stretches of baseball since the 2019 Postseason, the Washington Nationals find themselves in a very undesirable position. They are battered and bruised to oblivion and traveling across the country to face one of the … Continue reading

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Nationals Look to Continue Hot Streak Against Defending Champion Dodgers

 In the District of Columbia, there are often many heavyweight bouts in terms of politics and ideology. This weekend, there will be a heavyweight bout; this one is on the baseball diamond, though. The Los Angeles Dodgers face off against … Continue reading

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Next Three Up: Nats Welcome Mets and Rays to DC

After a split in Miami in that four-game series, the Washington Nationals return home to face a rough schedule prior to the All Star Break. That all starts with a quick one game visit from the Mets to make-up a … Continue reading

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Nationals Continue Road Swing With Trip to Miami

Coming off one of the most improbable wins in recent franchise history, the Nationals are turning the page quickly when making a trip to Miami. That page includes some of the most exhilarating baseball ever played by the Nationals in … Continue reading

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Nats Travel to Philly Trying to Keep on Rolling

For what feels like the first time since the 2019 postseason, the Washington Nationals have caught fire. They have been doing so without some of their main pitchers. Max Scherzer, Stephen Strasburg, and Daniel Hudson, have all spent time on … Continue reading

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Opening Day is finally here delayed until further notice!

Today was supposed to be that day you leave work or school early to attend Opening Day in the annual ritual. Due to COVID-19, our collective yearning for Opening Day will be delayed for a month(s) or more. We all … Continue reading

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4th 18-gamer: Good News and Bad News, Mostly Bad News

For previous 18 gamers, click here.  And apologies for the tardiness of this post. Life intervenes sometimes.  Plus, it was a crappy set. First the good news. Remember that asterisk (*) attached to the last 18-gamer? It’s gone. With the … Continue reading

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NL East has changed shape; Nats statistically in 1st Place

The NL East has really changed in appearance since Friday the 13th of April when the New York Mets were 11-and-1 and in first place by 3½ games. Their fans were discussing shock and awe and printing 2018 NLDS tickets … Continue reading

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