Want to see what those slick new uniforms look like in action? Check out this video. The Nationals posted a behind the scenes video from a recent photo shoot with Ryan Zimmerman, Tyler Clippard, Drew Storen, Jordan Zimmermann, John Lannan and Ian Desmond. You’ll hear from photographer Donald Miralle about how the shots came together during a few sessions at Nationals Park. Some feature the
For the second year in a row, Nationals pitcher Craig Stammen took time to serve the Washington D.C. community before packing up to visit his family in Ohio for the Thanksgiving holiday. On Monday, Stammen and Nationals front office staff volunteered at Food and Friends, a nonprofit organization in NE Washington D.C. to prepare holiday meals for people living with HIV/AIDS and other life-challenging illnesses.
On Tuesday at 3 p.m., Nationals reliever Collin Balester will chat with fans online at ESPN.com. Balester will discuss his effort to grow a mustache for Movember, a project that raises funds for prostate cancer research. He’ll take questions on the cause, his community involvement, pitching, the Nationals, teammates and whatever else you want to know. Fans can still donate to his Movember page or
Want to own a Bryce Harper game-used & signed Washington Nationals jersey from the prospect’s 1st Arizona Fall League Game? The bidding on this jersey at MLB Auctions is already up to over $6,000 with five days left. Bidding closes on Sunday, November 21st. Harper’s AFL Debut game came on October 20, 2010 when he went 1-for-4 with a double and 2 RBI.
The new Nationals jerseys will prominently and proudly feature the beloved “curly W” logo, a change that marks both a new beginning and an authentic bond with the past. First adopted by the Washington Senators in 1963, the curly W is still a big part of baseball’s brand in the nation’s capital. Whether we’re marking curly W’s in our scorebooks or showing support for our
On Wednesday afternoon, Washington Nationals pitchers Jordan Zimmermann and Tyler Clippard visited Long Branch Elementary School in Arlington to teach children about healthy lifestyles. Zimmermann and Clippard answered questions for the students about how they learned to play baseball, what it’s like to play for the Nationals and how to stay motivated after a bad game. They also talked about facing Albert Pujols, admiring Greg
Need the perfect gift for the special Nats fan in your life? What about a thank you present for a great teacher, boss, coach or babysitter? The Nationals have a solution -- the brand new “Holiday 3 pack.” It includes a game ticket to three can’t-miss games: Ã¢â‚¬Â¢ Opening Day vs. the Braves, March 31 Ã¢â‚¬Â¢ Battle of the Beltways vs. the Orioles on Friday,
It should come as no surprise that when Nationals pitcher Collin Balester heard about a mustache-growing movement called Movember, he immediately wanted to get involved. The reliever’s previous experiments with mustaches were well documented on his Twitter feed. This time, however, the experiment will be for a cause that is very important to him. “I’ve decided to donate my face to raising awareness about cancers
This Friday, the Nationals will partner with the American Veterans Center to pay tribute to Major League Baseball players who served during World War II. The panelists include Yogi Berra, (U.S. Navy), Lou Brissie, (U.S. Army), Jerry Coleman, (U.S. Marine Corps) and John “Mule” Miles, (U.S. Army/Air Corps). The event is part of the American Veterans Center’s 13th Annual Conference and MASN’s own Phil Wood