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  • Nationals storm back late, beat Marlins 3-2

    May 23, 2020 by

    WASHINGTON— The gloomy overcast wasn’t the only thing keeping the noticeably silent home crowd down for the first seven innings. But, by the time the Washington Nationals (29-21) began to put its first rally of the day together in the bottom of the eighth, the crowd roared to life. In that moment, Nationals manager Davey… Read more

  • Nationals’ Juan Soto Tests Positive for COVID-19

    July 23, 2020 by

    WASHINGTON– Nationals left fielder Juan Soto tested positive for the coronavirus earlier today and will be left off the Opening Day roster according to a tweet from ESPN’s Jeff Passan. Soto, 21, will miss tonight’s season opener against the Yankees and will be replaced by journeyman Emilio Bonifacio. In lighter news, however, Soto is asymptomatic… Read more

  • Offense wakes up as Nationals down Marlins 7-3

    May 25, 2020 by

    WASHINGTON — After Sunday’s shutout loss, Washington Nationals manager Davey Martinez advised his team to take their bats home and scream at them. The bats listened. Scoring only eight runs over their previous three games, the Nationals (30-22) broke out of their two-game offensive funk by defeating the Miami Marlins (25-29) 7-3 Monday afternoon. Entering… Read more

  • Marlins outlast Nats 1-0, Take lead on wild pitch

    May 24, 2020 by

    WASHINGTON — Washington Nationals (29-22) reliever Tanner Rainey has his fair share of pitching woes this season. Rainey entered the third game of a four game weekend series against the Miami Marlins (25-28), on Sunday with a lousy 8.05 ERA after being roughed up for two runs in a third of an inning Friday night.… Read more

  • Introduction: Covering the Nationals in MLB the Show 20

    May 23, 2020 by

    If you’re anything like me, you miss watching, reading and writing about baseball.  In January, if you had told me a live sporting event would be difficult to find on TV, I would’ve laughed and told you to stop drinking before you text an ex. Before the novel coronavirus shut down some of the greatest… Read more

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