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Of Dreams and Thanks; Nationals’ Baseball

There’s a sneaking suspicion that the turkey will taste better this year for Nationals’ fans.  They award a World Series Championship every year.  Washington baseball fans just had to wait out 95 of them to get the city’s second title.  … Continue reading

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The Winter Meetings start in a month in San Diego! Who do the Nats need for 2020?

Tee times were booked well in advance at Torrey Pines and some other golf venues ahead of the Winter Meetings that officially kick-off on December 8th in San Diego at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront: , but many executives will … Continue reading

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One thing is for certain with these 2019 Nats!

One thing is for certain with your 2019 Washington Nationals, no matter what happens tomorrow and the next day this Nats team placed themselves in the pantheon of some of the greatest teams in baseball history. Certainly, this is one … Continue reading

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Game #1 World Series; A marquee matchup, but little respect for the Nats!

The Washington Nationals went into the morning of May 24th with a 0.1% chance of making the postseason. They defied the odds as the Nats earned a Wild Card berth, and they have found themselves as underdogs during each series … Continue reading

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You’ve been here all year while others jump on the Nats bandwagon! Welcome!

When a member of the media like Kelly Collis gets into the stadium with a Nats Plus pass and e-tickets at the centerfield gates instead of a press pass, you have to be impressed. The Nats Plus pass signifies that … Continue reading

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The NLCS experience is new for everyone!

The NLCS is new for everyone! This is so special for us Nats fans who have heard the team we follow as “chokers” for never winning a series (prior to yesterday), and told even in September that the Nats cannot … Continue reading

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You will never win a game with zero runs scored!

If you can explain what happened tonight in this 2-0 loss, let us know. Patrick Corbin was roughed up in the first inning and then went into shutdown mode for the remainder of his 7.0 inning outing, but he got … Continue reading

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Press For A Day experience!

Remembering not to cheer in the press box is hard. Last week through an auction that I won, it gave me another opportunity to be in the Washington Nationals press box, and I attended the Brewers and Nationals game that … Continue reading

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Game #116 Today is a new day; Carpe diem dear Nats!

Yesterdays don’t count anymore, you just learn from them and move forward. Okay, yesterday’s W/L count in the standings, but you still must move forward because you cannot change the results. Carpe diem novum translates to: Seize the new day! Part … Continue reading

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Game #112 Nats need Fedde to be the “Stopper”

The trip to Arizona was like a trip and fall as the team lost a game started by a member of the team’s “Big Four” which it had not done since June 15th when Stephen Strasburg lost to Arizona in … Continue reading

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