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Game #140 on getaway day from Atlanta!

The Braves are doing the Washington Nationals no favors on this getaway game. The Nats have a game tomorrow in Pittsburgh, and will once again have one of those 3 am late night arrivals because the Braves would not schedule … Continue reading

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A glimpse into the future was seen last night in the Nats top performers!

We saw a glimpse of the future last night for the Washington Nationals, and it was encouraging to see one of the team’s top prospects, Josiah Gray, turn in a very good outing over his 5.0 innings last night. Add … Continue reading

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Nats playing the role of spoiler well with 2 straight wins, and #183 for Max!

A final inning 2-run, 429 foot bomb, from Yan Gome,s who returned from the 10-day IL today, to win it for Max Scherzer and the Washington Nationals who are in spoiler mode in Philadelphia. Due to Brad Hand being traded … Continue reading

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Game #98 Nats wrap-up Baltimore series!

The Washington Nationals had a must-win series set to dominate the last place Orioles this weekend, and the reverse happened. The Nats are done with Baltimore this season after this game goes final. The Nats swept the O’s in D.C. … Continue reading

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Who will be the emergency infielder?

The Nationals need an emergency middle-infielder, and they need one soon. Usually the protocol for having both of your shortstops injured would be to call up someone from the minors, unfortunately for the Nats, their two most MLB ready call … Continue reading

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Game #70 has the Nats in Philly with Max Scherzer’s return to the mound!

With his 10-days on the injured list served, Max Scherzer returns to the mound tonight for the Washington Nationals. After he hurt his groin, the 3-time Cy Young star pitcher for the Nats, had to go on the IL and … Continue reading

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Kyle Schwarber goes yard 3 times for a huge win!

The Washington Nationals have now inserted themselves as legitimate contenders in the NL East by taking down the first place Mets in 3 of 4 games this weekend. While the Nats are 5.0 games behind the Mets after this Nats’ … Continue reading

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A Nats’ team with little margin for error, and a team that doesn’t handle adversity well.

This 2021 Washington Nationals team lacks depth and has no come-from-behind wins this season after the 6th inning. On Friday night, the team had one of their signature wins of the season, and it felt like they could achieve some … Continue reading

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Lessons learned in a long season; The parallels of 2019 to 2021

There are many lessons learned in a marathon baseball season. Lesson No. 1 is that slow and steady usually wins the race. Of course you need talent and everyone rowing in the same direction to win enough games to get … Continue reading

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Who are the Nationals’ biggest rivals?

The National League East could be called the most competitive division in baseball with at least 3 NL East teams that have a genuine chance to make the playoffs, while the other 2 could get there with a little luck … Continue reading

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