Found December 13, 2012 on Nationals Enquirer:
The blurry photo above is Davey Johnson accepting a Hometown Hero Award from the D.C. Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday. Photo via @dcchamber. Apparently Davey Johnson is still in the "The Nats will sign Adam LaRoche" camp, based on his comments during Wednesday's ceremony. Oh, and apparently Davey thinks the Nats will win the World Series:: "Next year is going to be my last year and I’m going to go out with my fourth World Series ring." In other news: Vegas agrees with Davey. Befriend Nats Enquirer on Facebook. Follow on Twitter.

'Positive Signs' That Adam LaRoche Will Re-Sign With Nationals

The Washington Nationals do not need to do much to their team this offseason.  They've already added Dan Haren to replace the departing Edwin Jackson, but the pitching staff will largely remain the same.  The team finished with the most wins of any club in 2012.  They don't need many changes.  But they'd like to re-sign first baseman Adam LaRoche. According...

Video: Racing Presidents do the Nutcracker

And so, while you're sitting around waiting for Adam LaRoche to sign his 3-year deal with the Orioles, enjoy the video above of the Racing Presidents keeping up with a newish Washington tradition: their annual appearance at the Washington Ballet's performance of the Nutcracker. Spring is in the air. Befriend Nats Enquirer on Facebook. Follow on Twitter.

Ian Desmond got his first hole in one today, said it was better than a walkoff

And so, while you're sitting around waiting for Adam LaRoche to sign a 3-year deal with some team not named the Washington Nationals, enjoy the video above of Ian Desmond's walkoff home run against the Diamondbacks back on May 2. Doesn't get much better than a walkoff, right? Not so, Tweeted Desmond today after his first ever hole in one today on hole #13 at the Ritz...

Denard Span's first meal in D.C. was at the District Chophouse?

(Photo of Denard Span from the 2012 TwinsFest above via this FanHQStore video) And so, new Nationals center fielder Denard Span arrived in D.C. on Thursday, and promptly went looking for a place to eat -- Span announced on Twitter  that he'd settled on the District Chophouse on 7th; and started taking recommendations from fans. Denard Span could become the most popular...

Bryce Harper is Gunning for your MLB The Show 13 Cover

Be sure to check out the online sportsbook. Bryce Harper probably understands what it means to be on the cover of a video game more than guys did when I was a kid. No one talks about Wheaties box covers anymore, it’s all about Madden cover votes and such. More recently, MLB The Show has joined the ranks of high profile sports games to employ their stars in a cover vote contest...

Rangers eyeing Adam LaRoche after losing out on Hamilton and others

After losing out on free agents Zack Greinke and Josh Hamilton the Texas Rangers are eyeing Adam LaRoche. According to CSN’s Mark Zuckerman the Rangers are willing to go three years to sign LaRoche if necessary. LaRoche, 33, spent last season with the Washington Nationals. A productive piece of the roster he batted .271/.343/.510 with 33 home runs and 100 RBI. Impressive as those...

So Peter Angelos is digging in his heels over Nationals TV rights...

Well, well, well, according to the Washington Post, MLB has enlisted the help of a private investment bank to find new owners for Nats and O's TV rights that are currently held in the cold dead hands of demonic Orioles owner Peter Angelos and his evil Mid Atlantic Sports Network. OK, maybe we went too far with the "demonic" thing. But still, MLB is totally f*cked. ...
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