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That was a close one. We were a baby’s head’s breadth away from disaster.

If it weren’t for Michael A. Taylor, a man with the body of a man and the head of a baby’s head, driving in a couple runs in the 8th and then stealing second and scoring another one, we’d be in real trouble: headed to Pittsburgh to face a superior team while only one game ahead of the damn Mets, who refuse to acknowledge the Nationals as their betters and stop trying. 109 more words


First-place Nats show Mets how to maintain even keel

The Mets decided to put everything they had into this week’s series at Nationals Park. They held back their top three starters specifically to pitch in D.C. 899 more words

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The Potential of Modernizing the Safety Assessment of GMOs

On July 2 of this year, President Obama issued a bulletin called “Improving Transparency and Ensuring Continued Safety in Biotechnology.”  It’s a seemingly benign document, but the bulletin calls for more coordination between the EPA, USDA and FDA when framing the regulatory process, but also calls for “an outside, independent analysis of the future landscape of the products of biotechnology.”  Currently, the various agencies have relied upon the principle of “ 644 more words

Mets Bullpen Folds In D.C.


 WASHINGTON (AP) _ Michael Taylor had a tying two-out, two-run single in the eighth inning, Danny Espinosa followed with an RBI double and the Washington Nationals rallied from three runs down to beat the New York Mets 4-3 on Wednesday. 458 more words


Williams on Ripken/Desmond; Taylor on his catch

Ian Desmond told a story after Monday night’s game that caught the attention of many baseball fans in the Mid-Atlantic area, how MLB Hall of Famer and Orioles legend Cal Ripken, Jr. 526 more words

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Brilliant defense key in Nats' victory

There was Yunel Escobar’s backhanded stab of John Mayberry’s smash down the third-base line in the top of the first, perhaps preventing two runs from scoring. 895 more words

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Jayson Werth cleared for minor league rehab assignment

After missing two months with a fractured left wrist, Jayson Werth is finally getting close to rejoining the Nationals.

According to Mark Zuckerman of CSNWashington.com… 150 more words