Category Archives: AdamEaton

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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2nd 18 gamer: A Tale of Two Streaks

Click here for links to previous 18-gamers. When last we left the Nats, they had just escaped the first 18 games of the season with a 9-9 record by winning the first two games of a series against the then-division … Continue reading

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First 18-gamer of 2018: Happy to escape at 9-9

 Lots of us would rather just forget the beginning of this season, so I’m almost reluctant to bring back the 18-gamers.  But here we are – exactly 1/9th of the way through the season, so it’s time to take … Continue reading

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And then there were…45! #Nats roster battle coming into focus in WPB

It’s an off-day for the Washington Nationals in West Palm Beach, but nobody with anything to prove is going to be relaxing too much today. The Nats made their third round of cuts immediately after last night’s 7–4 victory over … Continue reading

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And they’re back! First 18-gamer of 2017 #Nats

My 18-game posts have a long and sordid history.  For those who are new to this rodeo, check out the first few paragraphs of last year’s first 18-gamer for an explanation of what these posts are all about.  And for links to … Continue reading

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Nationals and their children and fans Hunt Eggs

On Easter Sunday, the Nats played. The Nats won in dramatic walk-off style! The Racing Presidents raced. It was Screech’s birthday. Screech won the Presidents Race with the help of all of his friends.

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Washington Nationals: Seen & Heard at Spring Training; Adam Eaton channels Mighty Mouse

A very exciting first weekend at The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches. The best quotes seemed to come from the starting trio of outfielders. What was learned about Adam Eaton is that he is a fan of Mighty Mouse which was … Continue reading

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Washington Nationals: Quotes from Dusty Baker and Daniel Murphy

Dusty hinted that Turner will hit leadoff. Then wondered if 3 straight lefties would be a problem and suggested Werth could hit 2nd again. — Jorge Castillo (@jorgeccastillo) February 17, 2017 That tweet by Jorge Castillo (above) regarding Dusty Baker‘s comment … Continue reading

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The first known arrival in West Palm Beach was Adam Eaton

New digs. P.S. It's 75 degrees here. pic.twitter.com/uqIyG9nHZf — Washington Nationals (@Nationals) February 11, 2017 They are arriving by planes, trains, and automobiles in West Palm Beach today as pitchers and catchers will be reporting in 3 days on Tuesday. … Continue reading

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Adam Eaton was not caught looking! #Nats

Looking at Adam Eaton‘s Instagram today, he took a photo from the back seat of the car he was being driven in with this message “Look… no snow! Made it down south! #SpringTraining  #WestPalm  #GoNats“ telling us that Adam Eaton is … Continue reading

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