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How To Get Thrown Out Of A Game

Bryce Harper, right fielder for the Washington Nationals, is a good player on his way to being a great player. He was the 2012 NL Rookie of the Year, he’s playing the best ball of his career, and he has ALREADY been twice named the National League Player of The Week by MLB.   616 more words


Video: Ryan Howard launches his ninth home run

The Phillies shopped Ryan Howard all winter and GM Ruben Amaro, Jr. said at one point that they’d be better off without him, but the veteran first baseman continues to show that there’s still some life remaining in his bat. 101 more words

The Triple-A Scranton RailRiders can currently be seen on the YES Network

The Yankees lost 3-2 to the Washington Nationals on Wednesday and that loss led to the Nationals sweeping the two-game series in Washington D.C. After their loss on Wednesday, the Yankees have now lost seven of their past eight games to drop their record to 22-19 and put them into a tie for first place in the American League East with the Tampa Bay Rays. 297 more words


Stock Watch: More than just Harper's bat getting hot

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

Record: 5-1

Team slash: .286/.363/.468… 602 more words

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The Washington Nationals Have a Dangerous Amount of Hershey's Syrup

Ever wonder what a shipment of 108 bottles of Hershey’s chocolate syrup looks like? If so, you’re in luck, because Washington Nationals clubhouse assistant, Darwin Beacham, tweeted out the following photo of the team’s shipment Thursday morning: 226 more words


Bryce Harper says no one pays to watch the umpires, is absolutely right

Umpire Marvin Hudson ejected Bryce Harper and Nationals manager Matt Williams for arguing a strike call in Wednesday night’s game against the Yankees. After the game, Harper — who has hit .523 with 10 home runs in his last 13 games — pointed out that he’s probably a bigger draw at Nationals Park than umpire Marvin Hudson. 496 more words


The story behind the Nationals squirting chocolate syrup on each other after big wins

Well, there’s not much of a story. The upshot is that, rather than Gatorade baths or pies to the face, the Nats have taken to squirting chocolate syrup on each other after walkoff wins or other big moments. 285 more words

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packnatwiznation reblogged this on Natitude Nation and commented:

There has been recent thoughts and comments regarding the Nationals celebration involving chocolate syrup. download (3) Now Max Scherzer's reasoning for this style of celebration makes sense. Why not use chocolate syrup? Now some of the comments are rude and borderline obnoxious. If anyone takes this style of celebration in any other way needs to remove their minds from the gutter. This is no different than when the Texas Rangers celebrating with dry ginger ale, hockey fans throwing squids, hats, rubber rats, dildos, chickens, fish, rotting fish, catfish, sharks, or beef. This is only to name a few, so chocolate syrup is really not that odd. In my opinion, keep up the great work and keep on celebrating. It is unique and makes perfect sense, there is nothing better than chocolate syrup to top off a sundae or a win!