The Nationals' 10-day homestand ended Sunday with an 8-5 win over the Baltimore Orioles. How 'bout a guy named Adam Dunn, getting it done with a two-run homer and a grand slam driving in a career-high six runs! Sunday's victory was only the second one during the homestand. But what a way to finish and head to the Big Apple with some nice momentum.
Okay let me say it and get it out of the way. This is getting to be ridiculous! Is there no justice in the game of baseball? And just what does this Washington Nationals ballclub have to do to get a win? I've heard all the answers and who should get the blame. But you know something, these young major leaguers will go out
We've all heard the expression, "If I had a son, I'd want him to be just like..." - fill in the missing blank. From my perspective, I'd want him to be just like Ryan Zimmerman. All good things must come to an end and the Nationals' third baseman, saw his 30-game consecutive hitting streak end in San Francisco Wednesday afternoon against the Giants. It
Manny Ramirez joins a select group of major league players to have been implicated in the use of performance enhancing drugs. Rogers Clemens, Barry Bonds, Jose Canseco, and Alex Rodriguez are marquee names in Baseball. But Manny might be the most prominent of them all. The Los Angeles Dodgers will be without their 36-year-old outfielder for 50 games. His return in Dodger Blue will
Washington Nationals principal owner Mark Lerner, Team President Stan Kasten, acting General Manager Mike Rizzo, and Manager Manny Acta should be extremely proud of the players, coaches and staff that represent their organization. First class guys from top to bottom is how I would rank them. Following the Saturday 6-1 win over the St. Louis Cardinals, which just happened to be the hottest hitting