Nats Tweetsmetsguy234: RT @washingnats: Chad Cordero Retires #Nats #MLB http://bit.ly/iCf6iX
7 years ago from TweetDeckfederalbaseball: Chad Cordero's cap brim was as flat as Sidney Crosby's stick blade...
7 years ago from txtfederalbaseball: Chad Cordero's cap brim was as flat as Ivan Drago's flattop in Rocky IV...
7 years ago from txtfederalbaseball: Chad Cordero's cap brim was as flat as Pete Rose's helmet hair in the '70's...
7 years ago from txtMorseBeard: @JackoBeam @levineps @sodapop6548 @natsphasetwo If the #Nats sign #Prince, u just know his facial hair wld have a faux-Twitter in abt 3 mins
7 years ago from ÜberSocialhannah_kali: Ticket, check. @Mariners jersey, check. Voice rested so I can yell louder than #Nats fans, check. I'm ready for some Mariners baseball!
7 years ago from TweetDeckgheorghetheblog: @natsnq I'd like you to write about Eggos #leggo
7 years ago from Twitter for BlackBerry®del309: It's "Out" Night at #Nats Park tomorrow. It was all the talk at the #HIV Commission meeting. I'll be wearing my #GYT t-shirt.
7 years ago from Twitter for iPhonekhudak11: @jackobeam @masnBen He's probably plotting a prank of some sort. Luckily, I have my iphone with me.
7 years ago from HootSuitelevineps: @JackoBeam pretty safe to say the beat writers are enjoying a rare between home starts "off day" @masnBen
7 years ago from webJackoBeam: I wonder where @masnBen is. I feel like he is sitting back and watching NatsTown on twitter and plotting something. #Nats #offnight
7 years ago from Twitter for iPadIts_Ball_Good: Nationals WInning By Accident, Just As They Planned It... http://bit.ly/lwXISM #Nats #MLB
7 years ago from HootSuiteJackoBeam: @EffYeahJDub that's awesome! My daughter asks if Ryan and Stephen are playing ball with their friends tonight. she's 2 and a half. #Nats
7 years ago from Twitter for iPadelizabethtalks: I have in my hand a ticket to see the #Nats play the #Mariners tomorrow with @dharmabumx. Life. Complete.
7 years ago from webRKorby: What will the #Nats do when they have to sit Zimmermann when he hits his innings limit: http://t.co/Fl8BSAy
7 years ago from webKeethStone: @GoVenga no, i hate the #nats. I like #keystonelight and the #braves
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Author Archives: Jeffrey Tomik
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