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Nationals Notebook-- Only a Snapshot...

The Major League Baseball season is a marathon…not a sprint.  Actually, it’s more of a soap opera.  For those unfamiliar with the dinosaur that was daytime drama (Ryan’s Hope, Another World, Guiding Light, etc.), the beauty of following a soap opera (outside of being able to communicate effectively with your 80-something great-aunt on plot points) is that you don’t really need to be locked in to the show to follow it.   367 more words

The Baseball Show: Things are turning up

On this week’s episode of The Baseball Show, there was a bit more positivity in the topics discussed. After all, the Nationals are getting healthier and starting to win again. 93 more words

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Cespedes lifts Tigers to 9-1 rout of White Sox

DETROIT Yoenis Cespedes has added a bit more power to Detroit’s lineup, and the guy who hits after him has taken notice.

“Kind of a tough act to follow,” Nick Castellanos said. 750 more words

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National League GM says Phillies' asking price for Cole Hamels hasn't dropped "one bit"

Cole Hamels was lit up for five earned runs by the Nationals in his last turn through the Phillies’ starting rotation and he stands 0-2 with a 5.00 ERA through three starts this season. 160 more words

Nats bats awaken, yet defensive miscues continue to haunt early season

Baseball is a marathon, so being overly critical after one or two weeks really isn’t fair.  Yet, for a team with postseason aspirations, if the defense does not improve, this team will have a hard time even making the playoffs. 631 more words

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Early Season Surprises and Small Sample Overreactions

As teams reach double-digits in games played, we are able to have all of forty at-bats to judge the talents of everyday players and roughly two starts for starting pitchers on your favorite teams. 623 more words

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Impressive Scherzer giving Nats valuable April innings

If there was one minor knock on Max Scherzer upon signing his record-setting contract with the Nationals this winter, it was a reputation for not pitching as deep into games as you might normally expect from a starter who signs a record-setting contract. 686 more words

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