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For your last-minute Christmas shopping needs, here's Bryce Harper and SWINGAWAY introducing The New Bryce Harper Special Limited Edition MVP- RED Hitting Machine.
Very nice. But certainly most Washington Nationals fans would rather wake up on Christmas morning to find a big ol' Prince Fielder underneath the Christmas tree to go along with that shiny new Gio.
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Up above, that's Stephen Strasburg's Christmas sweater vest, Tweeted by Mr. Strasburg a few nights before Christmas (as noted previously on DC Sports Bog):
Tis also the season for signing Prince Fielder. Hey Mike Rizzo, how about a late Christmas present? Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, etc. dear readers. Hope you got everything you wanted.
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Most people agree that the Nationals and A’s matched up relatively well on the Gio Gonzalez trade. I won’t bother debating that. My personal feelings are that Gio Gonzalez is a solid #3 starter whose value has skyrocketed because of the lack of depth in the free agent market and the Nats paid a good, but not astronomical price for Gonzalez’s services. Still, this trade...
Bryce Harper received a puppy for Christmas. It’s very cute.
Update: Not sure it beats the Hello Kitty Micro Fridge.
The Washington Nationals and Oakland Athletics are finalizing a four for one deal that would send Gio Gonzalez to the Nats in exchange for right-handers Brad Peacock and AJ Cole, lefty Tom Milone and catcher Derek Norris.
Having spent his entire four-year career with the A’s, Gonzalez had a breakout season in 2010 and continued his success in 2011 compiling a 31-21 W-L record...
Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo reiterated on Friday that Adam LaRoche will be the team's starting first baseman in 2012.
As Ted already covered this morning, the wait to see who the Washington Nationals' first big signing would be ended on Thursday afternoon, as they acquired LHP Gio Gonzalez from the Oakland Athletics.
We’ve already covered the base level stats several times, so we won’t do much but remind you. In the 2010 and 2011 seasons, Gonzalez threw more than 400 innings, posted a...
Once again, the A's have traded away one of their top starters in exchange for a package of prospects. Two weeks after shipping Trevor Cahill to Arizona, Oakland sent Gio Gonzalez and pitcher Robert Gilliam to the Nationals for right-handers A.J. Cole and Brad Peacock, left-hander Tom Milone, and catcher Derek Norris.
Billy Beane & Co. parted ways with Cahill...
When Washington Nationals pitching coach Steve McCatty looked at his staff at the end of 2011, he felt confident. He examined the competition in the National League East and thought his pitchers were positioned well to compete in a tough division. With who the Nationals were expecting to have, he ...
Focus turns to whether A's will trade closer Andrew Bailey