Category Archives: MARLINS

Maya and Bernie’s Day to Impress; Nats beat Marlins 8-4

The measure of spring training success isn’t always in wins and losses.  But it doesn’t hurt to win, either.
Three games into their spring season, the Washington Nationals are showing signs of life — and competition — as they bested their nemesis Florida Marlins 8-4, before 2,190 on a sunny, 70 degree afternoon at Space Coast Stadium.
Today’s heroes were Roger Bernadina and Yunesky Maya, with Continue reading

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GAME 142 REVIEW: Nats Cannot Beat Sanchez; Fall to Marlins 4-1; 9/11 Heroes Day

Post by Cheryl Nichols
"“The story of the day was Sanchez.”–Nationals Manager Jim Riggleman.
Today might have been the best weather for baseball in the district all summer. Simply a gorgeous early fall day.  Unfortunately, only 17, 941 got to experience it.

The Washington National lost another game to the  Florida Marlins.  Anibal Sanchez is undefeated against the Nationals.  In 13 career Continue reading

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Morgan Suspended Eight Games for "Three Separate Incidents"

According to multiple sources, Washington Nationals outfielder Nyjer Morgan has been suspended eight games for his role in "three separate incidents" in the past week:  initiating contact with St. Louis Cardinals catcher Bryan Anderson, inappropriate comments made to Florida Marlins fans on Tuesday night after he bowled into catcher Brett Hayes, and Wednesday night’s brawl and aftermath.
Morgan Continue reading

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GAME 132 REVIEW: Zim, Dunn Power Nats to Win in Soggy Miami

THE RESULT:  It took a near three-hour rain delay to get this one started.  And once it was, both teams sloshed around an outfield that was not fit for Major League play.
But the Nats are happy they waited and got this one in.
Ryan Zimmerman clubbed a "home run hitter’s" blast off the facing of the upper deck in left center field, and Adam Dunn hit his second home run in three games, as the Continue reading

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