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Jayson Werth was kicked out of the Nats' fantasy football league

Deep in a Washington Post feature about Nationals reliever Craig Stammen’s role in some of the team’s clubhouse traditions comes this important quote:

“We kicked Jayson Werth out of the (fantasy football) league this year,” Stammen said.

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Potomac reups with Washington for 2 more seasons

The Potomac Nationals have had tremendous success lining up with their big league parent club just up the road in DC. In 10 seasons, the Potomac franchise has seen the likes of Jordan Zimmermann, Drew Storen, Anthony Rendon, Craig Stammen, Ross Detwiler, Ian Desmond, Danny Espinosa, and others stop over in Woodbridge on their way to Nationals Park. 98 more words

In total control

There was a time, not all that long ago, when the Nationals could do no right when placed on the same baseball diamond as the Braves. 1,097 more words

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In unfamiliar one-out role, Detwiler, Stammen excel

By Andrew Simon

WASHINGTON — For most of the season, Ross Detwiler and Craig Stammen have been long men out of the Nationals’ bullpen. It’s a role that almost always requires at least an inning of work and often asks for more. 423 more words


Nats' post-season bullpen: How does it compare?

Post-season baseball is different from regular season baseball, and nowhere are the differences more apparent than in the bullpen.

With more rest days and the season on the line, the concerns about saving the bullpen are greatly diminished. 1,321 more words

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The state of the overworked Nationals bullpen

As much as Matt Williams is thrilled to have seen his team win seven straight games, the last three of them in dramatic walk-off fashion, the last two of them in extra innings, the Nationals manager does realize there’s one caveat to all this recent excitement. 402 more words

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LaRoche's long-awaited walk-off moment

It used to cross Adam LaRoche’s mind when he stepped to the plate in the bottom of the ninth inning, or later, and realized a home run would win the game for his team. 751 more words

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