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

What it means for the Nationals to wipe Bryce Harper out of the playoff race this week

Photo by Kevin Dietsch/UPI WASHINGTON-- Oh boy, what a sweet, sweet victory the Nationals will feel if they clinch a wild card berth with a certain Philadelphia Phillies right fielder either on the field or in the dugout when the playoff spot becomes official later this week barring a complete meltdown by the Nats. Bryce … Continue reading What it means for the Nationals to wipe Bryce Harper out of the playoff race this week

Nationals Add Three Pieces to Bullpen at Deadline to Help Surge Towards October

It’s a wild time to be on South Capitol Street as the Nationals acquired three relievers to blooster the worst bullpen in professional baseball. GM Mike Rizzo planned to acquire at least two bullpen pieces today one of which he wanted to be a left handed reliever. Rizzo got his wish and more as he … Continue reading Nationals Add Three Pieces to Bullpen at Deadline to Help Surge Towards October

Nationals Trade Deadline Targets Update

WASHINGTON-- After starting the season with a record of 19-31, the Nationals looked to be sellers at the trade deadline at the end of May. After a sudden turnaround and the best record in baseball since May 24, the Nationals have clawed their way back into the wildcard race but still have some flaws such … Continue reading Nationals Trade Deadline Targets Update

Max Scherzer hit the IL again; this time it’s a mild rhomboid strain

WASHINGTON-- Okay Nationals fans, it might be time to panic. Max Scherzer has hit the 10-day Injured List for the second time this month with a mild rhomboid strain according to Jesse Dougherty of The Washington Post. Erick Fedde will start in Scherzer’s place tomorrow against the Braves. The good news that comes out of … Continue reading Max Scherzer hit the IL again; this time it’s a mild rhomboid strain