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The Astros Beat The Nationals 6-1

Houston (CBS HOUSTON) – It took a while Wednesday night but the Houston Astros finally broke through, beating the Washington Nationals 6-1.

The team was on their way to winning a nail bitter, when they’d score four runs in the eighth to not only give them a very comfortable lead heading into the ninth inning, but also it would be the first time the Astros scored more than four runs in a game since last Wednesday, a span of five games in which they went 2-3. 294 more words


Dan Kolko is Fighting the Astros Mascot

WASHINGTON — There’s not much to do or talk about for an MLB team broadcast crew when the home team has dominated the division for basically the entire season. 130 more words


Behind Schedule in Recovery, Max Scherzer to Miss Friday Start

WASHINGTON — After five days on the disabled list, Max Scherzer says he won’t be able to make his next scheduled start.

Scherzer hit the 10-day DL with neck inflammation last Friday, but, retroactive to Aug. 174 more words


Nationals Minor League Notebook: August 21 and 22 Trea Turner and Jayson Werth edition

By Michael Marzzacco
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Trea Turner and Jayson Werth began rehab assignments with the Syracuse Chiefs. We have highlights from that as well as the Nats other three affiliates. 2,750 more words

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Next Man Up: Teams Feel the Heat as Players Hit The DL

I am taking a break from writing government and psychology lesson plans to blog a bit. As Scott said yesterday, we have been very busy with work and our commitments for the fall. 686 more words

Offense Sputters, Astros Fall

Houston (SPORTSRADIO 610) – It was a tough night for the Astros in the clutch. They were only 3-for-11 with runners in scoring position and failed to drive in a run both times the bases were loaded. 326 more words


Is Dusty Baker Doing the Thing Where He Overworks His Starters Again?

Dusty Baker was once the manager of the Chicago Cubs and had two of the best young starting pitchers — Kerry Wood and Mark Prior — at his disposal. 477 more words