Nats Tweetsmetsguy234: RT @washingnats: Chad Cordero Retires #Nats #MLB http://bit.ly/iCf6iX
6 years ago from TweetDeckfederalbaseball: Chad Cordero's cap brim was as flat as Sidney Crosby's stick blade...
6 years ago from txtfederalbaseball: Chad Cordero's cap brim was as flat as Ivan Drago's flattop in Rocky IV...
6 years ago from txtfederalbaseball: Chad Cordero's cap brim was as flat as Pete Rose's helmet hair in the '70's...
6 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
6 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!
6 years ago from TweetDeckgheorghetheblog: @natsnq I'd like you to write about Eggos #leggo
6 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.
6 years ago from Twitter for iPhonekhudak11: @jackobeam @masnBen He's probably plotting a prank of some sort. Luckily, I have my iphone with me.
6 years ago from HootSuitelevineps: @JackoBeam pretty safe to say the beat writers are enjoying a rare between home starts "off day" @masnBen
6 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
6 years ago from Twitter for iPadIts_Ball_Good: Nationals WInning By Accident, Just As They Planned It... http://bit.ly/lwXISM #Nats #MLB
6 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
6 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.
6 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
6 years ago from webKeethStone: @GoVenga no, i hate the #nats. I like #keystonelight and the #braves
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Category Archives: NATS
There’s a trite expression that says (insert sport here) is a game of inches. Twice last night in extra innings we saw evidence that the axiom still applies to Major League Baseball.
Pinch-hitter Michael Morse missed a home run to the deepest part of the ballpark by mere inches in the bottom of the tenth with two outs and was forced to settle for a double. He was stranded there when Jerry Continue reading
With Thursday night’s crushing 6-5 loss to the Atlanta Braves, the Washington Nationals record is one game below .500 at 18-19. They’ve accomplished this despite being dead last in the league in hitting. So how are they doing it? Primarily with decent starting pitching, (mostly) excellent relief pitching from a few key relievers, and improving defense. The team is 14-9 when not committing an Continue reading
When Eric Hinske homered for the Atlanta Braves in the bottom of the seventh off Washington Nationals reliever Doug Slaten for an insurance run that gave the homestanding Braves a 3-1 lead, it could have spelled doom for the Nats. And when the Braves went to closer Craig Kimbel in the ninth for the save, it should have been lights out, as the Nationals were winless this season when trailing Continue reading
Atlanta Braves pitcher Tim Hudson usually owns the Washington Nationals. Entering play last night, Hudson had a career record of 11-2 against the franchise. But last night the veteran starter fell victim to some shoddy defense by his normally reliable teammates in the middle innings, then a couple of bad pitches resulted in pair of two-out, three-run home runs by Laynce Nix and Jayson Werth, Continue reading
One look at the stats page for the Hagerstown Suns tells you an awful lot about where Bryce Harper is in his progression to the Major Leagues. His numbers, through 30 games, fairly pop off the page.
30 games, .377/.459/.679/1.138, 11 2Bs, 7 HRs, 25 RBIs, 5-for-7 stolen bases, one outfield error.
Harper earned the low-A South Atlantic League player of the week honors for last Continue reading
We’re introducing a new feature here at Nats News Network: "Nats Farm Report". Every Monday our new staff writer Tyler Radecki will recap the previous week across the Nats minor league organization, highlighting various players and prospects that are making an impact in the minor leagues.
Since this is the first installment, we’ll recap the season thus far for a few key players at each level.___ Continue reading
Over the weekend, the Washington Nationals rebounded a bit after their three-game sweep at the hands of the Philadelphia Phillies by taking two of three games against the Florida Marlins at Sun Life Stadium, which is usually a house of horrors for the visiting Nationals.
The wins improves the Nats record to 16-18, keeping them ahead of the New York Mets in fourth place in the N.L. East. Continue reading
by Tyler Radecki, Staff Writer
The Nationals’ starting rotation has pitched remarkably well all season long. Despite some rough outings, every starter was able to get through at least the fifth inning in every game – something no other team could claim.
On Thursday night, that streak came to an end. Starter John Lannan was pulled in the third inning after giving up five runs, and the Nationals Continue reading
by Tyler Radecki, Staff Writer
Up until the fifth inning Wednesday night, the Nationals were looking good against the Philadelphia Phillies. While they weren’t generating much offense, Jason Marquis had kept the Phillies off the board. But in that fifth inning, everything the Nats had accomplished to that point unraveled, leading to seven runs and another loss to the division bullies.
The 7-4 Continue reading
by Tyler Radecki, Staff Writer
Whenever the Nationals face the Phillies, they know that every mistake can be the difference between winning and losing. The margin of error is razor thin, and Tuesday night, a miscue in left field and a struggling offense cost the team as they fell to the Phillies, 4-1.
Livan Hernandez was knocked around for 10 hits and 4 walks in 6 1/3 innings, but he kept the Continue reading