Tag: Washington Nationals

June 25, 2017 Stephen Thompson No comments exist

Pulse of the Pitching Staff Tanner Roark (6-4): 69 K’s, 4.88 ERA, in 15 games Max Scherzer (8-5): 145 K’s, 2.09 ERA, in 15 games Stephen Strasburg (8-2): 109 K’s, 3.57 ERA, in 15 games Gio Gonzalez (7-1): 87 K’s, 2.96 ERA, in 15 games Strikeout Leader: Max Scherzer (145) ERA Leader for Starters :…

June 25, 2017 Stephen Thompson No comments exist

Stephen-Michael Thompson Jr |@_StephenSZN June is the month that Baseball gears up a notch. All-Star races begin. Teams fight for divisional positioning in the standings. And America really starts to see the true potential of all 30 MLB teams. For the Washington Nationals, we’ve seen a very interesting month. Many highs and the same amount of lows….

May 29, 2017 Stephen Thompson No comments exist

The Nationals went 4-2 during their last week of play. Could’ve been 5-1 but star players rested the final games before their huge west coast road trip. Game Results vs Seattle  Game 1: W (10-1) Game 2: W (5-1) Game 3: L (2-4) vs Mariners  Game 1: W (5-1) Game 2: W (3-0) Game 3: L…

May 7, 2017 Stephen Thompson No comments exist

With a 21-10 record, the Nationals still have the best record in the MLB. Despite a few losses and injuries, the Nats are still primed to have an excellent few weeks. Game Results May 2nd: Loss against Arizona, 3-6 May 3rd: Win against Arizona, 2-1 May 4th: Win against Arizona, 4-2 May 5th: Win against…

April 24, 2017 Stephen Thompson No comments exist

The Washington Nationals (13-5) have not lost a game in over a week. Their seven-game winning streak has been filled with great hitting and lights-out pitching. They enter this week winning their first six games of their 10 game road trip. Game Recaps April 18th vs ATL: W (3-1) Washington came in the 9th inning with a 3-0…

April 16, 2017 Stephen Thompson No comments exist

After a close loss on Saturday, the Nationals looked to close out their series against Philadelphia on Sunday afternoon. In the top of the 1st inning, Chris Hernandez homered on a 2-0 pitch to left field. Anthony Rendon’s RBI in the bottom of the first tied the game. Bryce Harper has been on a tear as of late as…

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. 🔗: 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…

March 29, 2017 Stephen Thompson No comments exist

Baseball season is upon us and the Washington Nationals baseball club is set to return to the Navy Yard of DC. The defending NL East champions are primed to bounce back after a disappointing playoff finish. With high expectations and even a higher payroll, the Nationals are ready to play ball. 2016 Season With a…

February 21, 2017 Nick Wilcox No comments exist

On Tuesday morning, the Washington Nationals signed former Baltimore Orioles catcher Matt Wieters on a two-year, $21 million deal. It was first reported by FanRag Sports that Wieters and the Nationals were close to an agreement. According to a source, the deal is for $10 million in 2017 and $11 million for 2018, for which…

November 16, 2016 No comments exist

The window to accept qualifying offers has closed, meaning it is time to get into the heat of Major League Baseball’s free agency. This means it’s time for teams to spend money like they are playing Monopoly. Notable players that declined qualifying offers in search of mega-deals include outfielders Mark Trumbo, Dexter Fowler, Jose Bautista, Yoenis…