Category: MLB

April 14, 2017 Stephen Thompson No comments exist

The Washington Nationals returned to play on Friday evening, this time facing the Phillies. After last week’s embarrassment on the road, the Nats came into this matchup with a chip on their shoulder. Play ball! đź“ş @masnNationals🎧 @1067TheFanđź’» https://t.co/kOK0xWZdfT pic.twitter.com/dnGhSVTwKX — Washington Nationals (@Nationals) April 14, 2017 The 1st inning remained scoreless in this game. But in…

April 14, 2017 Nick Wilcox No comments exist

Thursday night was a masterful pitching showdown in the Rodgers Centre. Francisco Liriano and Kevin Gausman battled it out. In the end, Gausman and the Baltimore Orioles won a nailbiter 2-1 in Toronto. “I know that they know they’re scuffling,” Gausman said. “It’s kind of that mentally, put your foot on their throat while they’re…

April 13, 2017 Nick Wilcox No comments exist

BOSTON — The Orioles had all kinds of trouble with Steven Wright’s knuckleball in two matchups last season. Not on Wednesday night as they let loose on Wright scoring six runs in the first inning alone. Trey Mancini hit two of Baltimore’s five home runs — all in the first three innings — and the…

April 12, 2017 Courtney Jacobs No comments exist

  With three starters resting, the Washington Wizards fell to the Miami Heat for the fourth time this season 110-102. Miami Brings the Heat With the playoffs starting this weekend and Washington locked in at the fourth seed, Washington rested John Wall, Bradley Beal, and Markieff Morris.  Although they were missing starters, the Wizards came…

April 11, 2017 Stephen Thompson No comments exist

  Washington Nationals baseball has returned to regular season play. Their first regular season week has had many ups and downs. The ballclub finished their first week of the season with a (3-3) record, 2nd in the NL East. Game Recaps April 3rd: Win vs. Marlins (4-2) Bryce Harper recorded his 5th opening day home…

April 11, 2017 Stephen Thompson No comments exist

The Washington Nationals defeated the St.Louis Cardinals at home on Monday Night. Their biggest win of the new season came from a monster 8th inning by the Nats. In the first four innings, there was a lot of scoring from both sides as St.Louis held a 5-3 lead. But the Nationals took the game over in…

April 9, 2017 Stephen Thompson No comments exist

The Nationals dropped their second game in a row to the Phillies on Sunday afternoon. Just like Saturday, the Nats were put in a deficit early on. The Phillies scored first in the 2nd inning with a Freddy Galvis RBI that sent first baseman Tommy Joseph home. They later went on to add two more runs in the 5th inning,…

April 6, 2017 Stephen Thompson No comments exist

The Washington Nationals Baseball Club added another #CurlyW on the books by defeating the Miami Marlins on Wednesday Night. Tanner Roark was on the mound for the Nats and he quickly was put into a decent. After allowing a single from LF Christian Yelich and later walking 1B Justin Bour, CF Marcell Ozuna singled to center. A play in…


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April 4, 2017 Stephen Thompson No comments exist

After a slow start, the Washington Nationals defeated the Miami Marlins, 4-2. RECAP: The One Where Bryce Hits His 5th Opening Day Homer. đź”—: https://t.co/6ANQZ0BPNE pic.twitter.com/oQJI4Yla2X — Washington Nationals (@Nationals) April 3, 2017 The offenses of both teams stayed quiet until the 4th inning. The Marlins struck first with a double from Giancarlo Stanton, bringing…

April 4, 2017 Byron Dixon No comments exist

Byron Dixon (@BKD_TV)    As the chill of winter departs, the warm feeling of spring returns and is cemented by the crack of the bat and another 2017 season of MLB baseball. Fresh off a season that saw them eliminated during the wildcard play-in game, the Baltimore Orioles were ready for redemption. Ironically enough the…