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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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Setting Up Outdoor Sports In Your Neighborhood: How To Do It Efficiently

Setting Up Outdoor Sports In Your Neighborhood: How To Do It Efficiently   The enjoyment that one gets with sports outdoor is like nothing else. There are tons of sports that can be played outside such as baseball, basketball, football, … Continue reading

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Game #2 is the first leg of a doubleheader (7 innings)

Today’s slate of games starts with the first leg of a doubleheader to make up for Monday’s postponement between the Nationals and the Braves. These are the 7-inning “variety” doubleheaders that MLB instituted in 2020. The teams will play 3 … Continue reading

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COVID S.N.A.F.U. to begin the season puts the #Nats in a tough spot!

If you thought COVID-19 was behind us, we got the stark reminder and a jolt of reality that it is not. Washington Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo confirmed yesterday that one player (not identified) had tested positive for COVID, and … Continue reading

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A Distant Gaze

Baseball Lifers have The Look.   Years of seeing out upon the diamonds with a distant gaze produces a common appearance to the men that inhabit the dugouts.  Endless hours of absorbing the sights of the game, calculating a next move, … Continue reading

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A Travel Guide to Rochester, New York

A Travel Guide to Rochester, New York by Ryan Morris  Spring training is slowly winding down, Opening day is in less than 15 days, and soon the kids will have to leave camp. If they’re not on the Nats’ 26-man … Continue reading

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Game #16 has Nats and Astros once again; Will Harris could be headed to the IL!

As Spring Training wraps up in 10 days, the Washington Nationals neighbors in the complex at the Ballpark of the Palm Beaches are the opponent once again in their six game “A” schedule. It is hard to believe it was … Continue reading

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How Juan Soto Can Become the Face of Baseball

Juan Soto will play the 2021 MLB regular season at the age of 22, and hopefully the World Series at 23. He’s already a bona fide superstar. The hope and expectation in Washington is that he will remain at the … Continue reading

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