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The Washington Nationals made their first post season appearance and now the team is looking to lock up a key piece of the team. First basemen Adam LaRoche has a $10 million mutual option that the club could pick up for 2013 but both parties are said to be looking towards a long-term deal. I [...]
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The Washington Nationals made their first post season appearance and now the team is looking to lock up a key piece of the team. First basemen Adam LaRoche has a $10 million mutual option that the club could pick up for 2013 but both parties are said to be looking towards a long-term deal.
I don’t know what stage you would say it is,” LaRoche said. “There’s nothing definitive...
Apparently Jayson Werth is a popular choice for Halloween costume for Nationals fans this year. Exhibit A above, photo by @BallsNasty, via @JWerthsBeard. See below for more examples from weekend Halloween festivities in the DMV. Something tells us we'll need a sequel to this post. And coming soon, a Bryce Harper Halloween costume compilation...
Here's a mini-Werth, via...
The Racing Presidents pulled the Gangnam Style bit a couple of times while the Nats were still playing baseball in 2012. Up above, video of the Racing Presidents going Gangnam Style at their appearance during the Washington International Horse Show at Verizon Center Friday night.
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Truth be told, we were just looking for an excuse to use a "Hurricane Sandy Leon" headline.
And so, while you're sitting around waiting for Hurricane Sandy and the Frankenstorm, let's revisit Nats' catching prospect Sandy Leon's first Major League hit in July off R.A. Dickey. Of course, Leon's first knock came just two months after he was removed from...
Here are a few notes from around the League as we await Game 3 in Detroit.
-The Dodgers are interested in retaining their free agent bullpen arms, Randy Choate, Jamey Wright and Brandon League. Dylan Hernandez of the Los Angeles Times notes that GM Ned Colletti is “encouraged” thus far with the negotiations with League.
-The Padres announced (via San Diego Union-Tribune) that...