Found October 15, 2012 on
LOTD Recap Had a 2-2 weekend, but our Lock of the Month (Patriots -3.5) lost, so we were -2 units, as we gave the LOTM a +/- 3 result. Friday, we got robbed by the choking dogs that were the Washington Nationals, as they coughed up a 6-0 lead to the cardiac kids from St. [...]
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So, that settles it -- the Washington Post's Adam Kilgore finally got Davey Johnson to address the second guessing, and the upshot is that there is no second guessing Davey Johnson. Sorry, Drew Storen. Davey Johnson isn't willing to consider that he maybe made a mistake or two there in Game 5. Edwin Jackson? Davey doesn't give a rat's ass what you think. Not intentionally...
The Washington Nationals are still stinging from their loss to the St. Louis Cardinals in Game Five of the National League Division Series. However, the team will need to begin to look toward 2013. That begins with getting healthy. As part of this start, Sean Burnett will will undergo elbow surgery next week.
According to Adam Kilgore of the Washington Post, Burnett will...
Life goes on for the Nationals and they'll have to begin preparing for the 2013 season soon. Two of their players, Adam LaRoche and Edwin Jackson are set to be free agents after the World Series, but both of them would like to be back with the team according to Dan Kolko of MASN.com.
LaRoche has a $10 million mutual option and Kolko opines that LaRoche will probably decline it...
Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper is just nineteen years of age and had himself a very nice rookie season.
But it is widely known that the kid has some growing up to do and has made news frequently for things he has said or done on and off the field.
Take for example earlier this season in Toronto when he responded to an ill-advised reporters question with the infamous...
The Washington Nationals did just about everything right this season -- until their final inning. They had the best pitching in baseball, especially the starting rotation. But the starters and bullpen struggled in the Division Series against the Cardinals, as did the offense. And even though the Nationals came within one strike of advancing to the next round, they do have a few...
The season is over, but baseball never ends. We talk about the Washington Nationals and the season that was, reminisce about the good moments and the not so good moments of the postseason, and give out our 2012 season accolades. We hope the listening is as therapeutic as the recording.