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Game #154 Jacob deGrom is tonight’s challenge for the #Nats

Last night Max Scherzer had his chance to do something spectacular in his quest to win another Cy Young award and while he was good with accumulating strikeouts, Max gave up two home runs and 3 earned runs which won’t help his … Continue reading

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Ho hum…just another one-run loss for the #Nats

The Washington Nationals find new ways to lose with a lack of execution with a man on 3rd base and one-out in a walk-off situation and Mark Reynolds at the plate and he struck out. In the same situation, Jose … Continue reading

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Part 2: The Two Worlds of Baseball

The very nature of baseball is the absence of frenzy.  It is our only major sport without a game clock.  So it should be no surprise that the game takes its sweet time doing things.  Since the introduction of a … Continue reading

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#Nats head back to D.C. with a nice Strasburg win in Miami!

The Nationals batters in the first through fourth spots in the line-up were on-base 14 times in this game, and they got Stephen Strasburg 4-runs in support of a nice victory against the Marlins. Strasburg went 6-innings of 2-run baseball … Continue reading

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Nats win this series against Atlanta! Soto takes the series over Acuna!

The Nationals won this series as Tanner Roark held on to get this game into the bullpen with a lead. Harper, Rendon and Soto led the Nats offense today as the Nats won 6-4. In the Rookie of the Year … Continue reading

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Nats dominate the Braves with 14 walks!

The Nationals dominated in this game and won 7-1 while giving up no earned runs behind Jeremy Hellickson‘s start except Helly was pulled with pain in his wrist after 3-innings. He was relieved by Jefry Rodriguez who went 4 2/3 … Continue reading

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The Two Worlds of Baseball

This is Part 1 of a 2-part series. Baseball changed irrevocably in 1969.  Prior to that year the two leagues were comprised of ten or less teams apiece.  At the end of the year the team with the best record … Continue reading

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Game #144 Reign supreme! The winner of this #Nats/#Cubs game wins the season series 4-3

Back at Wrigley Field, the “L” flag is flying at the Cubs’ home stadium. Here in Washington, D.C. at Nationals Park, the rain is flying. Major League Baseball and the commissioner’s office have jurisdiction over whether or not this game … Continue reading

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Good, Bad, Interesting — 2018 Season Final

Our final look at the leaders, trailers, and outliers in the Washington Nationals minor leagues. Repeats from 2017 are in italics

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Game #139 What role will Victor Robles have for the #Nats?

Most expected top prospect Victor Robles would be part of the Nationals sooner than later in 2018, but an elbow injury in mid-April suffered on a dive in the outfield buckled his arm and forced Robles into a lengthy 3-month … Continue reading

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