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Los Principios del Diamante: 10 Lecciones de Vida que Nuestros Padres nos Enseñaron a través del Béisbol

El artículo fue editado y traducido y con la ayuda de Jaime Areizaga Soto

Cuando Danny Espinosa del equipo de béisbol profesional de los Nacionales de Washington y yo jugábamos en el equipo de béisbol de los Cubs de Santa Ana, California, soñábamos en un día ser los próximos Nomar Garciaparra y Derek Jeter. 992 more words

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The Diamond Dogma: 10 Life Lessons Our Dads Taught Us Through Baseball

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When Danny Espinosa of the Washington Nationals and I were teammates on the Santa Ana California Little League Cubs, we dreamt about one day becoming the next Nomar Garciaparra and Derek Jeter. 850 more words

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Nationals may ask Danny Espinosa to give up switch-hitting

Danny Espinosa has been a mess for the past two seasons, going from starting second baseman to bench player for the Nationals while hitting just .199 in 158 total games. 130 more words

Roster review: Danny Espinosa

Age on Opening Day 2015: 27

How acquired: 3rd round pick, 2008 draft

MLB service time: 3 years, 113 days

2014 salary+bonuses: $541,000

Contract status: Arbitration-eligible in 2015, free agent in 2018… 329 more words

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Offseason storyline No. 5: End of the road for some?

As the Nationals transition into offseason mode, so do we (a little sooner than any of us expected). Over a five-day stretch, we’ll run through the five biggest storylines of the winter for this club, concluding today with the No. 675 more words

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Offseason storyline No. 3: What's on second?

As the Nationals transition into offseason mode, so do we (a little sooner than any of us expected). Over a five-day stretch, we’ll run through the five biggest storylines of the winter for this club, continuing today with the No. 514 more words

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NLDS game 3: Fister keeps Nats' hopes alive

The Nats won 4 to 1 in game 3 in San Francisco. Doug Fister pitched 7 shutout innings, giving up only 4 hits. The defense played well, especially  576 more words

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