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Nationals Won Yesterday, But Bullpen Woes Can’t Be Ignored

When you score 12 runs and your starter had seven strikeouts on his way to a dominating performance, the logical conclusion is that it would be an easy victory. But that wasn’t the case for the Washington Nationals yesterday as … Continue reading

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Bullpen Woes Continue This Year for Washington Nationals

It’s not something you strive for, but it’s not terribly uncommon for a relief pitcher to come in and give up a run or two without getting an out. Especially early in the season, that can have a devastating impact … Continue reading

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Trea Turner Suffered Broken Index Finger in Loss to Phillies

Heading into last night’s game against the Phillies, most Nationals fans were focused in on Bryce Harper’s return to Washington and what type of reception he’d receive. That took a backseat in the Nats 8-2 loss as Trea Turner could … Continue reading

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Bryce Harper’s Visits Give Nats a Reminder They Need to Extend Anthony Rendon

While most of the attention in tonight’s game will be on Bryce Harper’s return to Nationals Park, it’s worth being reminded that there’s another Scott Boras client on the field who’s still wearing a Nats uniform and will be facing … Continue reading

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A-Rod Takes A Swipe at DC Sports Fans

With Bryce Harper making his return to Nationals Park tonight, there’s been a lot of talk about A-Rod’s comments during ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball about Philly being a better sports town than Washington, DC. While covering a game in Philadelphia … Continue reading

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Will Bryce Harper Be Boo’ed During Return to DC?

With Washington set to take on the Phillies 19 times over the course of the season, Nationals fans will still be seeing a lot of Bryce Harper. It’s part of the reason why folks were upset he ended up going … Continue reading

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