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It was Anthony Rendon's major league debut on Sunday, which certainly didn't bring on the national fanfare that Bryce Harper's debut did almost exactly one year ago, but it certainly garnered a lot of excitement from Nationals fans. Despite some very strong pitching by the Nats, the offense couldn't come alive as they dropped a 2-0 game to the Mets. The Nats are now 10-8 on the season.
Jordan Zimmermann was on the mound for the Nats, and he wasn't as efficient as he was for his complete game outing last start, but a lot of that just wasn't his fault. On the happy note, in the first inning, Anthony Rendon got his first defensive chance in the second at-bat. He made a great catch in foul territory over the railing in the Nats dugout. That's about the end of the positives to draw from the defense, though, on a three error game.
The Mets got on the board in the second inning when John Buck tattooed a ball to the second deck in left center field for hi...
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So Bryce Harper's hair continues to be a "thing" this season. And now we have a better idea how Harp gets his hair to do that rockabilly pompadour thing as seen in the screencap above from a recent postgame interview on MASN, thanks to this Tweet from Harper on Sunday night:
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— Bryce Harper (@Bharper3407) April 22...
MLB News: The Washington Nationals recalled third baseman Anthony Rendon from Double-A Harrisburg to fill the roster void left by Ryan Zimmerman who was placed on the 15-day disabled list due to a left hamstring strain.
Fantasy Ramifications: On the definite fast track to the majors, Rendon was selected as a first round pick in the 2011 draft. He is still very young and his body...
Just another day at the office for Bryce Harper on Saturday: 3-for-3, 2 home runs, 3 RBI, including that monster go-ahead home run in the eighth to bail out the Nationals against the Mets. According to hittracker, the ball travelled 433 feet. Here's Davey:
"Harper was amazing today. He crushed a couple balls. What a day he had. That last one he hit off (Mets left-hander...
Turns out being lousy for several years in a row gets you some good prospects (the Houston Astros can take umbrage). The Washington Nationals are calling up yet another one of their elite prospects, Anthony Rendon, to replace Ryan Zimmerman, who is going to the DL with an ailing left hamstring. According to Adam Kilgore of the Washington Post, Rendon will step into the every...
Bryce Harper was supposed to be a big deal when he was drafted by the Washington Nationals out of junior college. There have been plenty of athletes that were thought to be the next big thing when they were coming through the ranks in high school and/or college (or junior college).
So in that respect Harper is nothing special-- except he is actually backing it up.
Nationals slugger Bryce Harper was ‘less than enthused’ about the Nationals decision to sell his opening day jersey online for $13,025 without even asking him.
Harper took to twitter to bash his team for the selling his sweaty…musty…dirty…jersey? Ummm Bryce…why didn’t you just take it home with you?
They just take my jersey away from me and don’t ask if I want...
Bryce Harper launched home runs number 6 and 7 on Saturday afternoon.
On Saturday afternoon at Citi Field, the Nationals needed a little something extra to slip by the Mets. Gio Gonzalez imploded, Ryan Zimmerman headed to the disabled list, and Bryce Harper hit two home runs, the second being a mammoth shot that won the game for the Nationals 7-6 (and won us yet another parlay bet...
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Bryce Harper launched two long home runs, including a tiebreaking drive in the eighth inning, and also doubled Saturday to lead the Washington Nationals over the New York Mets 7-6.
Adam LaRoche and Ian Desmond homered for the Nationals on Bark in the Park day at Citi Field. Fans paid $35 for tickets in the second deck in right field, and brought their dogs for $10.
After the game...
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Team News and Notes
Atlanta Braves (13-5)
After starting the season 12-1, the Braves have dropped four of their last five games, including three in a row to the Pittsburgh Pirates. On Monday, the Braves joined the Mets as the next team to have their games in Colorado postponed due to snow, and will play a doubleheader on Tuesday. Freddie Freeman returns...
I had the privilege of catching a game at Citi Field this weekend between the New York Mets and Washington Nationals with some of my friends from Rising Apple. It was a fun day at the park, even if the Amazins weren’t able to complete a comeback, losing to the defending NL East Champions, 7-6.
One of the bright spots for the Nationals was outfielder Bryce Harper, who went 3-for...
Ryan Zimmerman was a scratch for the second consecutive game today, and he's getting an MRI on his hamstring. Never a good sign for the Nats franchise third baseman. The game itself was a roller coaster ride of a game throughout on the way to a Nats 7-6 victory.
The Nats offense was able to get off to a quick start. Ian Desmond hit his third homer of the year on a first pitch...
It's finally here. The Nats Talk On The Go podcast has hit its first real milestone, and we've commemorated it with a really, really long episode. We were forced to take last week off, so we had a lot to discuss around the Nats recent struggles and triumphs. We talk about pitching, defense, and heap praise upon Bryce Harper, Ross Detwiler, and Jordan Zimmermann. There'...