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Who the Hell is Danny Espinosa?

Saturday afternoon as he lifted a home run into straightaway centerfield, one particular fan was heard uttering something many Nationals fans and every Cardinals fan was thinking: “Who the hell is Danny Espinosa?” 404 more words

More observations from Sunday's 3-2 win

The Nationals’ late-inning rallies, capped by Denard Span’s walk-off sac fly, were the featured storyline of yesterday’s 3-2 victory over the Cardinals. But there was plenty more worth analyzing from the game, which included all sorts of twists and turns and notable developments. 777 more words

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Nats grind their way to walk-off victory

As Denard Span stepped to the plate late Sunday afternoon, bases full of teammates and the game tied in the bottom of the ninth, he paused for a moment to examine the Cardinals’ unusual-looking infield alignment. 737 more words

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Espi's Done More than Just Break Up Today's No Hitter

It was the bottom of the fourth with two outs as the whispers started to spread this afternoon. Despite having had the bases loaded during the previous inning, nobody in a Nationals uniform had gotten a hit. 413 more words


Espinosa making the most of everyday opportunity

The Nationals were adamant about retaining Danny Espinosa on the heels of a disastrous 2013, despite interest from other clubs over the winter, for one simple reason: He would be their best option to take over an everyday role in the event of injury to any of their starting infielders. 247 more words

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Defensive miscues haunting Nationals

By Andrew Simon

WASHINGTON — The Nationals’ defense has been an issue all season, but the sloppiness seemed to rise to another level during Thursday night’s 8-0 loss to the Cardinals. 441 more words


Working the Wire: Week 3

Week three is loaded with interesting and speculative waiver suggestions. Most players on this list are ready to make an immediate impact, should you choose to point and click them to your roster. 964 more words

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