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Former Brave propels Nats past Atlanta

The last two seasons Dan Uggla played for the Braves were disastrous at-best. Tuesday night, Uggla returned to Turner Field as a member of the Washington Nationals and helped Washington come back from the biggest deficit in franchise history and get a much-needed win. Uggla is batting just .190 on the season, which is under the Mendoza Line. He entered... Read More
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Mets take season opening series from Nats

The Mets got the better of the Nats in the opening series of the season, taking two of three games in the nation’s capital. Our Troy Jefferson takes you through the series and gives you his takeaways. Monday: Mets 3, Nats 1 Max Scherzer’s debut as a National was ruined by defensive miscues, specifically errors by Ian Desmond. Scherzer took... Read More
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Scherzer signs with Nats

Close your eyes and imagine a pitching staff that includes a CY Young winner, a guy who threw a no hitter last year, a former number one overall pick, the 2012 NL wins leader and another dude who finished with a 2.41 ERA last season… don’t pinch yourself, you aren’t dreaming. (I didn’t even mention Tanner Roark, who went 15-10... Read More
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Nats trade Tyler Clippard to A’s

The Washington Nationals traded longtime setup man Tyler Clippard to the Oakland A’s on Wednesday, in exchange for shortstop Yunel Escobar. Clippard is coming off an All Star season and has recorded a 2.64 ERA since 2009, while appearing in at least 70 games over the last five seasons. Escobar provides depth in the middle infield, he can play both... Read More
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Winners in the Trading Game?

With the trade deadline looming on Thursday and a tight race for the division, the Nationals needed to make some noise in the trade market. While the Nationals have a relatively deep roster, they had serious needs at second and third base. Ryan Zimmerman is out for the rest of the season with a hamstring injury, forcing Anthony Rendon to... Read More
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NL East Update

  The NL East has easily been the worst division in baseball this year.  With the Braves and Nationals playing well under their capability and suffering some key injuries, the NL east is still seemingly up for grabs. Washington Nationals 1st place (39-35)(Last 10 games: 4-6):  The Nats just finished splitting a four game set with the Braves to remain... Read More
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Nationals Still Have Hope

The 2013 season has not gone as the Washington Nationals had planned. The team has highly underachieved after making the postseason a season ago, yet there is still hope. The Nationals currently sit 4.5 games behind the Cincinnati Reds for the second wild card spot. Washington has been fighting for its season since August, they’ve posted a 21-6 record since August... Read More
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Injuries Could Jeopardize Nationals Future

The future looks very bright for the Washington Nationals with the way they have constructed their team over the past few years. With consecutive number one overall picks in the MLB draft in 2009 and 2010, the Nats took Stephen Strasburg and Bryce Harper respectively. Washington D.C was buzzing with excitement after their hometown franchise selected the two potential superstars... Read More
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Stumbled Out of the Blocks

The 2013 Major League Baseball season is underway, the Washington Nationals are roughly 30 games into the year. Washington has high expectations placed upon them this season by many pundits, analysts, and fans. They haven’t lived up to those expectations  thus far, but there are still 100 plus games left to go in the season. They are currently 15-14, while... Read More
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