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Scherzer K’s 20
Max Scherzer once again solidified himself as one of the better pitchers of his generation with his performance on Wednesday night as the Washington Nationals beat the Detroit Tigers 3-2.
Scherzer now joins the rarefied company of Roger Clemens (twice), Kerry Wood, and Randy Johnson as players with 2…
Strasburg Inks BIG Deal
One of the Washington Nationals young stars inked a huge contract extension on Monday. No, it was not Bryce Harper.
Right-handed pitcher Stephen Strasburg has reportedly signed a 7-year/$175 million deal to stay in Washington. This means that perhaps one of the top free agents that would be on the ma…
Bryce Harper Makes Unusual History
The reigning NL MVP has proved how much of a threat he can be when he steps into the batters-box. Yesterday, the Chicago Cubs figured out a way to negate his slugging ability. Sort of.
During their 4-3 win over the Washington Nationals in 13 innings, the Cubs walked the Nats slugger six times while h…
Harper’s Future Destinations?
It's almost written in stone that Nationals All-Star and 2015 NL MVP Bryce Harper will either remain in Washington or join the New York Yankees once he becomes a free agent after the 2018 season. But is there any chance he ends up with someone else...
Max Scherzer’s Near Perfecto Bid Ends in No-Hitter [VIDEO]
Washington Nationals ace Max Scherzer was 1 strike away from a perfect game when on a 2-2 count threw inside on the pinch-hitter Jose Tabata.  The pitch hit Tabata on the elbow, but not without controversy.  On the pitch, Tabata seemed to lean into the pitch which wasn't very far off …
Yankees Need To Stop Bryce Harper
So much is made of the Washington Nationals Pitching people forget they also have one of the best young offensive players in the game. Bryce Harper is probably as good as he thinks he is and that's saying something. Harper is brash, cocky and a little arrogant but man can he play...
The Wheels Come Off For Zach And The Mets
There are many ways to look at the Mets getting hammered by the Washington Nationals Sunday at Citifield.  None of the looks will make Met fans feel better.
Zach Wheeler made his home debut. It was forgettable. Wheeler better learn quickly that major league hitters don't need the thin air o…
This Has To Be The End For Andy Pettitte In The Bronx
No one will ever forget the postseason wins, the bulldog mentality, the cap set down just above the eyebrows as the cutter dives in on righties and away from lefties.  No one will forget saving the bacon in the Bronx time after time after time, nor will they forget outdueling John Smoltz in the…
The Mets Lose Out On Michael Bourne
Well Met fans we should be used to this. Came up short again. Well at least the Mets are consistent. What is the losing streak up to now? This time the previous small market Cleveland Indians won the battle to Michael Bourne as the Mets decided that 11th pick in the 1st round was more valuable then …

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