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Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Articles tagged: Washington Nationals

Report: Jonathan Papelbon will be traded, possibly to Nationals

The Philadelphia Phillies are not going to make Jonathan Papelbon suffer any longer. According to Jim Salisbury of, the Phillies are going to trade Papelbon. However, it is unclear if the team will find a suitor for him before the trade deadline on Friday at 4 p.m. or if the veteran reliever will be…Read More

Nationals-Dodgers game suspended after three power outages (Video)

Your browser does not support iframes. The Nationals and Dodgers began their three-game series in Washington D.C. on Friday. Unfortunately, they were unable to finish the opening game after three power outages. In the bottom of the fourth inning, a bank of lights went out at Nationals Park causing the game to be delayed for…Read More

Easter Bunny lays the lumber during Nationals Presidents Race (Video)

For the second time in two years, the Easter Bunny has interfered with the Washington Nationals’ Presidents Race and affected the outcome. During Opening Day at Nationals Park on Monday, the Easter Bunny came flying out of nowhere to deliver a blow to the head of George Washington. As you can see, the Easter Bunny…Read More

Nats GM disappointed Bryce Harper missed NatsFest

Bryce Harper was one of a few Washington Nationals who did not attend the team’s annual “NatsFest” gathering for season ticket holders Saturday, and that was a disappointment for the team. Harper is in a salary dispute with the club and has a grievance hearing scheduled for Tuesday. The team believes he did not appear…Read More

Washington Post uses photo from 2012 for Nationals Game 1 loss in NLDS

The Washington Nationals lost the first game of their division series against the San Francisco Giants 3-2 on Friday. Instead of using a photo from yesterday, the Washington Post used one from two years ago. Above the dugout is the pretty noticeable “Postseason 2012.” A closer look finds Michael Morse leaning on his bat, next…Read More

Tim Hudson wonders if Nationals have the balls to beat the Giants

Tim Hudson knows the Washington Nationals have enough talent on their roster to be worthy of a postseason spot, but the San Francisco Giants pitcher seems to think his team has an advantage over the Nats in one specific area — male anatomy. After the Giants dominated the Pittsburgh Pirates on Wednesday night to win…Read More

Are banana and mayonnaise sandwiches the key to Nationals’ success?

Washington Nationals bullpen coach Matthew LeCroy is taking some of the credit for the team’s recent surge of success. The Nationals have won seven of their last nine games after playing poorly throughout the month of May, and LeCroy thinks he has a lot to do with the turnaround. Or, should we say, he thinks…Read More

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