Author Archives: Patrick Reddington

Washington Nationals’ Stephen Strasburg, One Year Later Press Conference And Debut Review.

Stephen Strasburg goes out and throws every day, working his was back from Tommy John surgery. The repetitive nature of the work, Strasburg knows, is designed to slowly build up the strength of his surgically repaired elbow. That does… Continue reading

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San Francisco Giants’ Matt Cain Throws Complete Game In 3-1 Win Over Washington Nationals.

• Wednesday Afternoon Top 5:
5. Nats vs Cain: The Nationals beat Matt Cain back on May 1st in Nats Park, scoring three runs, two earned on seven hits in 6.0 innings against the the 26-year-old right-hander. Cain, who’s (4-4) in 1… Continue reading

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Washington Nationals At San Francisco Giants: GameThread 62 Of 162.

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Washington Nationals @ San Francisco Giants
Wednesday, Jun 8, 2011, 3:45 PM EDT AT&T Park
Yunesky Maya vs Matt Cain
Sunny. Winds blowing out to left field at 5-15 m.p.h. Game time temperature around 60.
D…. Continue reading

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Rizzo, Clark And Kline: Washington Nationals’ 2011 MLB Draft Press Conference.

After the Nats’ first 1st round selection of the 2011 MLB Draft on Monday night, D.C. GM Mike Rizzo held a brief press conference to answer any questions reporters had about 1st Round pick Anthony Rendon, a third baseman from Ric… Continue reading

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Washington Nationals 2-1 Over San Francisco Giants, Jordan Zimmermann Gets Win, Drew Storen Save No.12.

• San Francisco Top 5: 
5. vs. LHP: Jayson Werth is a late-scratch with an ankle issue, the result of a tumble over the bullpen mounds in right field last night. The Washington Nationals are fielding an all-left-handed-… Continue reading

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Washington Nationals At San Francisco Giants: GameThread 61 Of 162.

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Washington Nationals @ San Francisco Giants
Tuesday, Jun 7, 2011, 10:15 PM EDT AT&T Park
Jordan Zimmermann vs Jonathan Sanchez
Mostly clear. Winds blowing out to center field at 10-15 m.p.h. Game time temp… Continue reading

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Washington Nationals Use One "Dunn" Pick In 2011 MLB Draft To Select Alex Meyer From The U Of Kentucky.

“It’s been a long process for me when I got to Kentucky,” Alex Meyer, the Nationals’ second 2011 1st Round pick said when asked about what he still needed to improve on as a pitcher, “and the fact that I really didn’t really quit grow… Continue reading

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Washington Nationals’ 2011 MLB Draft 1st Round Pick, Anthony Rendon Talks To D.C. Press.

The Washington Nationals’ first 2011 1st Round pick, Anthony Rendon, participated in a teleconference with the D.C. press corps this afternoon to discuss his selection, sixth overall, on the first day of the MLB First-Year Player Draf… Continue reading

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Washington Nationals: 2011 MLB Draft 3rd Round, Day 2. Nats Draft LHP Matthew Purke At No. 96.

After selecting a third baseman some considered the best available bat in this year’s draft, Rice University third baseman Anthony Rendon sixth overall last night, taking University of Kentucky RHP Alex Meyer 23rd and getting Miami-Da… Continue reading

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Washington Nationals: 2011 MLB Draft Results, Reviews, Anthony Rendon.

• Programming Notes: One question. The Giants announcers I listened to while driving back to NJ last night asked the same one. Bottom of the eighth, 4-1 Nats, two runners on, Todd Coffey’s struggling. Aubrey Huff is due up with r… Continue reading

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