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Dan Haren's terrible first start with the Washington Nationals calls into question his offseason signing.The post Haren’s First Start a Major Concern for the Nationals appeared first on Nationals Outsider.
BEST OF MAXIM
Nationals’ fans are understandably disappointed in Dan Haren’s poor performance last night. In his first start in a Washington uniform, the 32-year-old gave up four home runs, and six earned runs total over the course of four innings, earning the loss in what was ultimately a 15-0 blowout.
It’ safe to say Nats fans were hoping for more, to say the least. Haren was...
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In the top of the seventh inning of the Nationals-Reds game, Washington right fielder Jayson Werth hit a solo homer off of Sam LeCure, his second of the season. That's not the real story of this play. The homer, hit to right center field at the Great American Ballpark, was caught by a fan using his left hand, while cradling his child in his right arm. We've seen this happen...
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A fan made an impressive catch of Washington Nationals outfielder Jayson Werth's home run during the seventh inning of Saturday's game at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati, as the fan caught it barehanded with his left hand while carrying his young son in his right hand.
Very impressive. The Reds might want to sign this guy...
Up above, video of some guy in Cincinnati heckling Bryce Harper on Sunday at Great American Ball Park. Basically, the guy bellows something about Harper being a bum, no big deal. Harper's heard worse in Philly by now, that's for sure.
(video by riastein)
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According to the Washington Post, on Tuesday night...the team is adding another. Kinda.
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Ian Desmond made two errors at shortstop that helped the Cincinnati Reds send the game to extra innings, then led off the 11th with his first homer of the season to rally the Washington Nationals to a 7-6 victory Saturday.
The Nationals were coming off a 15-0 loss in the series opener, their most lopsided defeat since baseball returned to Washington in 2005. The Reds hit six homers...
After a stellar start, the Washington Nationals couldn't keep their momentum going on the road. They're hoping a return home will get them rolling again.
Gio Gonzalez will try to build on an impressive season debut and lead his franchise to its first 4-0 start at home in a decade in Tuesday night's interleague opener against the Chicago White Sox.
Washington (4-2) became...
Mike Costanzo was living the dream when the Phillies took him in the second round of the 2005 Draft. Things didn't work out for him in the Phillies organization, but he did reach the majors last season with Cincinnati and he's still fighting his way back for a return visit.
After a successful 4-2 homestand to start the season, the White Sox will take to the road for the first time in 2013. Their first stop will be Washington to take on the Nasty Nats, a team many have picked to represent the National League in the World Series.
President Obama Sneakily Representing his hometown White Sox, via ChicagoSide
This will also be...
The Washington Nationals had a rough series opener against the Cincinnati Reds on Friday night losing 15-0, which was the worst loss in team history since 2005. The Nats looked to come in to recover from that beating on Saturday afternoon behind Ross Detwiler, and they did just that, even if it did come off the rails a bit in the late innings.
Speaking of Detwiler, he had quite...
"That was a tough ballgame. They’ve got a bunch of good hitters and Stras threw the ball all right. But he didn’t hit his spots when he needed to. It cost us." (Davey Johnson, via Washington Times, 4/7/2013)
Reds 6, Nationals 3: Well, at least there was that one changeup to Votto. Strasburg just didn't have it (5.1 IP, 9 H, 6 R, 4 BB, 5 K, 114 pitches),...