Nationals 2020 MLB The Show Season in Review

*Disclaimer: This series is a simulated version of the 2020 Washington Nationals season on MLB The Show. This is all for fun and not to be taken seriously. Player quotes are fake and made up to add realism to articles. The Washington Nationals (28-21) sputtered early in the season, a World Series hangover seemed to … Continue reading Nationals 2020 MLB The Show Season in Review

How the Nationals made baseball fun again in D.C.

Photo: PATRICK SEMANSKY/AP/SHUTTERSTOCK When the Washington Nationals began their season on a chilly, 56 degree Thursday afternoon at the tail end of March, no one could have predicted how the season would end: on a stage in front of the Capitol building dancing to Baby Shark celebrating with a slightly damaged World Series trophy. A … Continue reading How the Nationals made baseball fun again in D.C.

Case Keenum misses practice; What it means for Haskins, McCoy

Redskins quarterback Case Keenum was seen wearing a walking boot at Redskins practice today and did not participate in practice either. Keenum, however, is expected to play on Sunday afternoon against the Giants according to Kareem Copeland of The Washington Post.

It’s a ‘National’ Party on S. Capitol Street and No One Can Stop It: A Wild Ride to the Wild Card Game

Photo by Nationals/Twitter WASHINGTON-- Stay In The Fight. The motto the Nationals stuck to all season remains true as the Nationals stayed in the fight during last night’s win game against none other than Bryce Harper’s Philadelphia Phillies to clinch an NL wildcard spot. After winning just 19 of their first 50 games the Nationals … Continue reading It’s a ‘National’ Party on S. Capitol Street and No One Can Stop It: A Wild Ride to the Wild Card Game