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Bryce Harper Doesn’t Like New York

There’s been talk about where Bryce Harper would end up if he left the Nationals ever since he turned pro. And since those early days, it’s always been rumored that he’d end up with the New York Yankees. Not only … Continue reading

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New York Yankees Are Most Valuable MLB Team

With the Miami Marlins up for sale as they hosted this week’s Major League All Star game, there’s been a lot of discussion about the value of sports franchises. That includes an article by Kurt Badenhausen about the most expensive … Continue reading

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Scherzer to Start for the National League

Heading into tomorrow night’s All Star game, it was pretty much commonsense that either Clayton Kershaw or Max Scherzer was going to start for the National League. So when Kershaw made himself ineligible to pitch in the game by throwing … Continue reading

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Joe Ross Out With Tricep Tenderness

Dusty Baker told reporters after the game that Joe Ross was dealing with tricep tenderness and would be undergoing an MRI to see exactly what was going on. Apparently, Ross was only struggling with the tenderness today but it became … Continue reading

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Book Review: “The Cubs Way” By Tom Verducci

If you’re a baseball fan, you can’t help but notice how much data has become a part of the game. It’s become such a big part of it, after all, that a best selling book and feature movie starring Brad … Continue reading

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Michael A. Taylor Out With Oblique Strain

While most of the talk about last night’s game has been about how it was delayed for over three hours even though there was only about 15 minutes of rain, there was some news that fans should be more devastated … Continue reading

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Seth Romero Still Hasn’t Signed With Nationals

Seth Romero, the Nationals’ first round draft pick, still hasn’t signed with the Washington Nationals despite the fact that the deadline is Friday at 5pm. According to Jim Callis of MLB.com, the left handed pitcher out of University of Houston … Continue reading

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Nationals Are Skipping Roark’s Spot in Rotation

As I mentioned yesterday, the Nationals have decided to skip Tanner Roark’s spot in the rotation after yesterday’s rainout against the New York Mets. The team will be keeping the top three starters on schedule through Saturday, but haven’t announced … Continue reading

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Nats vs Mets Postponed Due to Rain

For those who arrived early enough for batting practice today, it was actually pretty nice weather. There was a breeze that suggested a storm might be on it’s way, but temperatures were right around 80 degrees as both teams took … Continue reading

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Werth Getting Closer to Being Back From Injury

Although the Nationals have performed well with bench players and minor leaguers being promoted, it appears as though they’ve received some good news about their outfield. Jayson Werth has progressed far enough after injuring his left foot that he’s heading … Continue reading

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