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Rizzo's warm welcome continues as Nats bring back a familiar face

Chicago, My Kind of Town! Baseball at Wrigley Field is such a treat. It's a throwback to the good old days of baseball. Fans in Chicago are very educated and passionate. With that said, half of the folks are soaking in the atmosphere with one eye on the ballgame. Wrigley has a fun, festive atmosphere. When Josh Willingham's first homer of the game on

Welcome to Washington, Stephen Strasburg!

It's with open arms that all of NatsTown welcomes you and your family to our Nationals family. No doubt this weekend will be a busy one but try to enjoy it and soak it all in. The excitement surrounding the Nationals right now has to be at an all-time high. The team is moving in the right direction on a number of different levels

Homecomings of one sort or another in Cincinnati

Dunn Returns to Cincy Adam Dunn returned to Cincinnati for the first time as a member of the Washington Nationals Thursday night. Before the game he met with reporters and told everyone he was not bitter that he was traded away from the Reds. The Nats slugger had plenty of hellos for former teammates and coaches as well as for Reds media and ballpark

Rizzo really making a difference

The Washington Nationals are in the midst of their hottest winning streak of the year and now it's time to recognize the work that has been done by acting General Manager Mike Rizzo by removing the "acting" from his title. In less than six months, Mike has proven that he is a legitimate major league baseball general manager. He has brought stability and pride

Zimmermann's rehab continues with promise

Nats starter Jordan Zimmermann told me a day after his rehab stint with Potomac that the back of his leg where he was hit by a line drive still hurt. But he's tough--after all, he is a former Wisconsin high school football standout. He told me with treatment he should be ready to pitch Sunday. He's scheduled to throw a bullpen session on Friday

Momentum coming off the road trip

Road Trip Can Spark Momentum The Nats' recent road swing through Milwaukee and Pittsburgh finished with a .500 winning percentage which is quite respectable. The Nats have been playing much better baseball, having won six of their last ten. Sometimes it's the little things that can make a huge difference in a game. Take the fifth inning on Monday night in Pittsburgh for example.

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