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Nationals' Tuesday Tidbits- April 25th

Colorado Rockies’ Charlie Blackmon, right, follows the flight of his two-run home run with Washington Nationals catcher Jose Lobaton in the seventh inning of a baseball game Monday, April 24, 2017, in Denver. 574 more words

E Is For...

It’s time for our Tuesday trip through the photographic alphabet in my Photography A to Z series I’m challenging myself with this year.  After three piece of cake consonants, we’ve hit upon another difficult vowel this week in the letter E.  342 more words

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The Villar Village: Tyler Skaggs

On this week’s edition of the Villar Village, I am going to discuss the first starting pitcher entry in the series – Angels Pitcher Tyler Skaggs.   696 more words

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The 20 Least Powerful MLB Hitters Who Slugged 20-Plus Homers in 2016

There aren’t many better ways for a ballplayer to display their power than by sending an incoming pitch over the outfield wall. That happened plenty this past season, which was one of the best cumulative power performances we’ve ever seen. 142 more words

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Espinosa Trade: Expectations for Angels

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News item: The Nationals traded Danny Espinosa to the Angels for minor league pitchers Austin Adams and Kyle McGowin.

     The Nationals organization is very happy with the moves they’ve recently made.  515 more words

Nationals Trade Danny Espinosa to Angels

WASHINGTON — The Los Angeles Angels acquired Danny Espinosa from the Nationals on Saturday night, picking up their new starting second baseman in a trade for two minor league pitchers. 396 more words

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Danny Espinosa Traded To Angels

Early today, we learned that Danny Espinosa was unhappy with a newly diminished role in the Nationals’ lineup, and skipped out on Nationals Fanfest. Well, it appears that he made a smart move because hours after the report was filed regarding his unhappiness, Washington traded him to the Los Angeles Angels for two right handed pitchers. 76 more words

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