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Deconstructing the ninth-inning rally

The Nationals have produced enough late rallies already this season — they’ve got seven come-from-behind victories in 22 games — that they don’t ever feel a sense of panic, or feel like all hope is lost. 1,060 more words

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Gonzalez pulled with shoulder tightness

Nationals’ starter Gio Gonzalez was removed from Wednesday night’s game in the sixth inning after complaining of tightness in his left shoulder.

The game-time temperature was 54 degrees, a cold night for April 23, and manager Matt Williams described the move as precautionary. 325 more words

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The Battle Between Heart & Mind Rages On

I started this evening pondering why the Kansas City Royals offense has been so punchless the last few years and why nothing seems to change. New batting stances, a new spot in the lineup, a new approach; it just always seems like nothing really does the trick for these guys. 999 more words

Instant analysis: Nats 5, Angels 4

GAME IN A NUTSHELL: Trying to avoid an interleague series sweep, the Nationals needed a good start from Gio Gonzalez. They got one, but that still wasn’t good enough. 530 more words

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Game 22: Angels at Nats

If the Nationals want to avoid getting swept tonight by the Angels, they might want to at least give themselves a fighting chance and not dig themselves into an early hole yet again. 1,129 more words

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9 incredible facts about Albert Pujols

Angels first baseman Albert Pujols hit the 499th and 500th home runs of his career on Tuesday night in Washington. Here’s the milestone blast:

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Can Albert Pujols become the greatest Latino slugger ever?

No one should be surprised that Albert Pujols reached the milestone of joining baseball’s exclusive 500 Home Run club Tuesday.

The real question facing the… 592 more words