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Clemente candidates include plenty with Virginia ties

Roberto Clemente was a great ballplayer but also was well known for his charity work off the field. As a result, every year MLB awards the “Roberto Clemente” award to the one player who gives back to the community through whatever charitable endeavors they are the most passionate about. 424 more words

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

Dash Top 10 - #10: Jaye, Dash sprint past P-Nats

The 2014 season is in the books, and there were many great moments throughout the summer. Over the next few weeks, we will count down the Dash Top 10 of 2014. 341 more words

POTOMAC Nationals Carolina League Champions!!

Hector Silvestre dominated all game, Randolph Oduber hit a 3-run homerun to lead a balanced offense, and the Potomac Nationals won their 3rd Carolina League Championship in 7 years last night by beating Myrtle Beach 5-1, taking the series 3-1. 6 more words

Dutchies in the Minor League playoffs

Since I am a fan of Dutch baseball and Minor League baseball, I am a keen follower of the Dutch players and players from the Netherlands Antilles that play in the various minor leagues. 163 more words

Minor League

POTOMAC 12, Myrtle Beach 7

John Wooten hit two homers, they came back from a 7-2 deficit, and Potomac will go for the Mills Cup championship tomorrow night.

Potomac Nationals

This year on my Minor League Baseball trip I saw nine games in six days, one a double-header. The ballparks I selected to see encompassed a group in New York, Ohio, and Pennsylvania that I had not visited, and with their addition my… 173 more words