Found December 14, 2012 on Nationals Enquirer:
Denard Span spent last night in D.C. dining at the Chophouse, and spent today Tweeting his way around town: getting shots and visiting his new place of employment and eating at Ben's Chili Bowl, capping things off by taking in the Wizards-Lakers game. There's Span above with Mike Rizzo in a pic via @Nationals. And one more below in a pic via @thisisdspan). Welcome to D.C., Mr. Span. Befriend Nats Enquirer on Facebook. Follow on Twitter.

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...

Just Denard Span with Colin Powell, no big deal

And so, Denard Span's whirlwind tour or Washington D.C. continues. There he is with Colin Powell Friday night. Photo via @thisisdspan. Span quickly becoming the greatest Tweeter in the brief history of the Washington Nationals; and he hasn't even played a game yet! Befriend Nats Enquirer on Facebook. Follow on Twitter.

Nationals outfielder Denard Span tweets that someone farted in the White House

Washington Nationals outfielder Denard Span, who was recently acquired by the team via trade from the Minnesota Twins, paid a visit to the White House on Saturday. The tour was going great until someone allegedly broke wind in the sacred building.From Span's Twitter account: No word yet whether or not the president was in the vicinity at the time...

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...

The Case for Edwin Jackson

Edwin Jackson – Photo by Keith Allison It seems like the Padres filling their starting pitching needs from free agency are getting thinner and thinner. This either means the Padres look to acquire a new starting pitcher through trades or just stay in house. Amidst all the starting pitching contracts being signed, there is a name out there that has caught the attention of Josh...


John Lannan signs one-year deal with the Phillies. Farewell, John Lannan. Thanks for the memories. Hope the Phillies fans finally forgive you now for that time you broke Chase Utley's hand in your big league debut in '07. Nah, they'll probably still boo ya. The reaction from Phillies fans commenting on the Lannan signing story are worth your time...

Phillies agree to one-year deal with Lannan

The Philadelphia Phillies agreed to a one-year deal with free-agent left-handed pitcher John Lannan, reported Saturday. Lannan is guaranteed $2.5 million and could earn up to another $2.5 million in incentives, according to Lannan, 28, became a free agent after the Washington Nationals decided not to tender him a contract offer. He spent much of the...

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. ...

Welcome Aboard John Lannan

As you all know by now, John Lannan was inked to a 1 year deal worth $2.5M with another $2.5M available via incentives. The lefty is best known for beaning Phillies (11 of his 30 hit by pitches have been Phillies players) and breaking Utley's hand, but the lefy has been a solid back-of-the-rotation starter since 2008.  He's been with the Nationals his entire career, racking...

Phillies Sign Lannan to One-Year Deal Shortly after signing reliever Mike Adams the Phillie struck quickly on the free agent starting pitching market, inking former Washington National John Lannan to a one-year deal, according to Jim Salisbury of Lannan, 28, will get $2.5 million guaranteed with performance bonuses that could push the total figure to $5 million, according to Jon Heyman of CBSSports...

Phillies sign John Lannan

The Phillies, fresh off of signing Mike Adams, have now signed pitcher John Lannan to a one-year $2.5mm deal Jim Salisbury of reports. The deal also includes an additional $2.5mm in performance bonuses bringing his total for the one-year deal up to $5mm. Lannan became a free agent after being non tendered by the Nationals. He spent most of the season at Triple-A as...
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