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A formula that could work wonders for Nationals

There’s no one way to win in October. Teams have found plenty of formulas for success in the postseason, whether in the form of a deep rotation, one dominant workhorse, a quality bullpen or an opportunistic lineup. 560 more words

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Nats 1, Marlins 0: Nip-and-tuck finale to take series

GAME IN A NUTSHELL: With the series hanging in the balance and every game carrying more weight as the calendar approaches August and the Mets looming in the rear view mirror, the Nationals very much needed Thursday’s matinee at Marlins Park. 467 more words

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Game 100: Nats at Marlins

After an eventful Wednesday night that saw Bryce Harper homer twice, Doug Fister pitch more like Doug Fister, Drew Storen pitch a dominant eighth inning and the New York Mets both lose a game and botch a potential blockbuster trade … the Nationals find themselves back up 2 games in the NL East entering today’s series finale in Miami. 223 more words

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Haren Could Make Final Start With Marlins In Nationals Finale

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MIAMI (AP) — Max Scherzer was hardly at his best the last time out, or against the Miami Marlins earlier this season. 528 more words

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Stock Watch: Starting pitchers scuffling

Each week this season, we’ll take the temperature of the Nationals roster to see whose stock is rising or falling.  

Record: 2-4

Team slash: .254/.346/.381… 634 more words

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Jonathan Papelbon Trade Is No-Brainer, But Nationals Shouldn't Stop There

Jonathan Papelbon looks like he’ll get his wish: a trade to a contender.

The Philadelphia Phillies traded the All Star closer to the division rival Nationals for a Double A pitcher. 471 more words

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Why the Tigers Need to Sell

With the coming MLB trade deadline, rumors of stars switching teams swirl and debates of buyers and sellers heat up. Perhaps no team is in a more interesting position than the Detroit Tigers, who are in the midst of a season that has fallen way short of preseason expectations. 598 more words

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