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Best Pitchers of May 2018

Players who put together a good month deserve recognition despite the fact that one month is a small sampling of the season. The only qualification for eligibility is a player had to have 1 inning pitched per team game. 273 more words

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Game 57 Review- Key Contributions From Unlikely Sources Lead Nats to Big Win

Maybe Washington pitcher turned pinch-hitter Max Scherzer could not have beaten Atlanta sensation “The Freeze” during the seventh inning stretch festivities at Sun Trust Park, but he was plenty fast enough to score the go ahead run Washington’s 5-3 14 inning victory over the Braves on Saturday. 757 more words

Jeremy Hellickson's start keyed by curveball

Before Jeremy Hellickson made his 2010 debut with the Tampa Bay Rays, he was considered one of MLB’s most promising pitching prospects. Through his first two full seasons he looked every bit the part, stringing together consecutive seasons of 2.95 ERA and 3.10 ERA pitching in 2011 and 2012, albeit with some concerning peripheral stats. 502 more words

Game 52 Review- Gio Dominates, Nats Win On the Road Again

Gio Gonzalez shut the Orioles out over 7.1 strong innings pitched to lead the Nationals to a 6-0 Memorial Day win over Baltimore at Camden Yards. 615 more words

Orioles prepare for beltway battle against Nationals

BALTIMORE — The Orioles finished their longest road trip of the season this weekend with a series loss against Tampa Bay. The O’s managed a split against Chicago but dropped both series against their division opponents and now return home with a 4-7 record on the trip. 651 more words

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Not All Heroes Wear Capes: The Unsung Heroes of the Nationals’ Recent Revival

Just two weeks ago in our M-SABR Power Rankings, I stated that it might just be time for Washington Nationals fans to start worrying. Sitting in fourth place in the NL East at a disappointing 12-16, the Mets’ hot start, the Braves’ explosive, Ozzie Albies-led offense, and the surging Phillies meant that things were not looking promising for the NL East favorites from DC. 1,358 more words