Category Archives: Michael Morse

Nats Postgame – 2-1 win over Phillies

Nats 2, Phillies 1

Nothing makes a cross-country flight go smoother than a couple of wins against the four-time defending division champions. The Nats, now headed to Phoenix for the start of an 11-game West Coast road trip, were in some dire straits e… Continue reading

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Nats Postgame – 10-2 win over Phillies

Nats 10, Phillies 2

Maybe they should have a meeting every day. Just after batting practice ended, Mike Wallace – the clubhouse manager at Nationals Park – yelled for media and any assorted guests and visitors to clear the room. The Nats had busin… Continue reading

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Nats Postgame – 5-4 loss to Phillies

 Phillies 5, Nats 4

The broken record continues to spin. The Nats managed to hit three home runs against two-time Cy Young Award winner Roy Halladay and yet didn’t come away with a Memorial Day victory at Nationals Park on Monday. Check out the… Continue reading

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Michael Morse’s Walk-Off Swagger Led Me To Scream Only One Thing

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Adam LaRoche Is Placed On The DL And Almost No One Notices – UPDATED

Nationals first baseman Adam LaRoche has been placed on the 15-Day DL says Nationals.com. The shoulder injury that has been plaguing the buck hunting first bagman since Spring Training finally caught up with him. It is said that multi-talented Michael Morse will be taking over first base duties in LaRoche’s absence. A corresponding move to [...] Continue reading

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Nats Postgame – Bernadina’s catch

Marlins 6, Nationals 5 (11 innings)

Tough loss for the Nationals, who seemed to come up short on every 50-50 play Friday night against Florida. From Omar Infante’s brilliant slide to score the eventual winning run to Michael Morse’s potential game… Continue reading

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There Seems To Be A Mossy Oak Epidemic In The Nats Locker Room

Strange style is afoot in the Washington Nationals locker room. It seems the team is either trying to be invisible or about to embark on a mission of poaching. Post-game on Tuesday night, outfielder/first baseman Michael Morse showed up (or at least his head, I can’t see his body for some reason) to do an [...] Continue reading

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Nats Slap Around World Champs, Feel Good About Themselves

Like big bullies, the Washington Nationals swooped in and defeated the defending World Champion San Francisco Giants 2-0 on Monday night amidst a backdrop of patriotism and nationalism on Military Appreciation Night at Nationals Park with no regard to how fragile the World Champs could be. The Nationals wore their new “patriotic” alternative uniforms that [...] Continue reading

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Is it a spring to success?

Jeffrey Tomik

Michael Morse opened the season with an 0-for-4 performance — striking out in the bottom of the ninth. Not the kind of st… Continue reading

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Nats Leave Morse Hanging In Loss

My apologies for the late postings tonight. Some developments in my camping situation has come up and I had to make some drastic environment changes. Mainly, I have abandoned paradise at Manatee Hammock for– the Econo Lodge on Route 1. The weather report is saying there is an 80% chance that God gets majorly pissed [...] Continue reading

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