MLB Nationals 

The future of baseball is in good hands

Bryce Harper and Mike Trout’s careers will forever be linked together. If you are a fan of baseball, this is a good thing. On Monday night, the young, superstar duo yet again made headlines and further etched their names in the history books. Harper launched career home run No. 150, which makes him the 13th player in MLB history to... Read More
Nationals 

Strasburg dominant in win, Scherzer gives up 21st home run in loss

Stephen Strasburg was unhittable through the first six and two-thirds innings on Sunday afternoon against the Cincinnati Reds. Strasburg left the game with two outs in the seventh inning with the no-no still in tack after throwing his 109th pitch of the game. Strasburg hadn’t started a game since June 15 as he has been on the disabled list due... Read More
Nationals 

Harper makes history, Nats get swept by the Cubs

Bryce Harper made history over the weekend, unfortunately it did not help his team’s cause. Washington was swept in a four-game series against the Chicago Cubs, a matchup of two National League powerhouses. On Sunday, in a 4-3 loss in 13 innings, Harper reached base seven times without an official at-bat, setting the MLB record. He was walked six times... Read More
MLB Nationals 

Harper leads Nationals to best record in baseball after first two weeks

Getting off to a great start doesn’t always mean that’s the way the season will play out, but it certainly doesn’t hurt. The Washington Nationals are off to a red-hot start, owners of the best record in baseball at 9-2 after the first two weeks of the season. They are in first place in the National League East. Reigning NL... Read More
Nationals 

Nats begin 2016 campaign with sweep of Braves

The Washington Nationals are a team that had many question marks heading into this season. Would they be able to overcome their late-season collapse and regain the NL East crown or would it be a long season for the team from the Nation’s Capital. So far in 2016, so good as the Nats were able to sweep the home standing... Read More
Nationals Orioles 

Which Beltway Series team will have the better season?

The 2016 MLB season is finally upon us and every team has a clean slate. The DMV area has two quality baseball teams in the Baltimore Orioles and Washington Nationals. Since the Nationals came to D.C. in 2005 from Montreal (the former Expos), the Beltway Series was born between the Nat’s and O’s. Baltimore currently is leading the series 36-26.... Read More
MLB 

Five bold National League predictions

The 2016 Major League Baseball is less than a week away. There were many happenings in the offseason where a bunch of money was spent on coveted free agents. Which free agent signings will prove to be the most valuable? Time will tell on that question, but until then, I will give you my five bold predictions for the National... Read More
MLB 

The old school vs the new school in baseball

Bryce Harper of the Washington Nationals is known for getting the baseball world talking, mainly with his play on the diamond. However, a couple weeks ago he had the baseball world talking, but this time not for his play. Harper told ESPN the Magazine that “baseball’s tired.” Here is the full comment in which Harper made: “It’s a tired sport,... Read More
Nationals 

Christmas comes early in Washington, Nats sign Murphy

After swinging and missing throughout the offseason, the Washington Nationals finally connected by signing former New York Mets second baseman Daniel Murphy to a three-year deal. Murphy helped lead the Mets to the World Series in 2015 and belted a home run in a record six-straight postseason games. He batted .298 with 14 home runs and 73 RBIs this season.... Read More
Nationals 

Tempers Flare, Nationals Continue Downward Spiral

Sunday was Fan Appreciation Day at Nationals Park. Sunday was not, however, Teammate Appreciation Day. Young, rising star and MVP-candidate Bryce Harper and closer Jonathan Papelbon got into a verbal altercation that turned physical, which needed to be separated by teammates. It all started when Harper didn’t run out a fly ball and Papelbon got on his case. Harper didn’t... Read More
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