Found May 30, 2013 on Nationals Enquirer:
Your browser does not support iframes. "It’s tough to have a night like that, and then not be able to celebrate and have fun with it because we lost." (Ryan Zimmerman, via Washington Post, 5/30/2013) Orioles 9, Nationals 6: Ryan Zimmerman hits three home runs, but apparently six runs with Jordan Zimmermann on the mound isn't enough for a win? Up above, video of Ryan Zimmerman's big night. (Screencap via Befriend Nats Enquirer on Facebook. Follow on Twitter. Related articles Video: Watch Roger Bernadina crush a home run onto Eutaw Street Video: Ryan Zimmerman on "A Night at the Park" So Ryan Zimmerman's hammy is better. But how's his throwing? Mr. 1,000 Homecoming King

Bernadina crushes home run onto street

And so, while Ryan Zimmerman is going off Wednesday night (3 home runs through five frames), Roger Bernadina hit the 68th home run onto Eutaw St in the history of Camden Yards; 2nd Nationals player since Adam Dunn. Bryce Harper will do it at least half a dozen times over the next few years, easy. (Screencap via MASN/TV) Befriend Nats Enquirer on Facebook. Follow on Twitter.

Welcome to The Show, Jeff, Kobernus, whatever...

Must've been Peter Angelos at the controls for tonight's Nats-Orioles broadcast, sticking it to the Nationals yet again. Oh well, here's to hoping MASN spells Jeff Kobernus's name right the next time he gets the first Major League AB of his career. (Screencap via MASN/TV) Befriend Nats Enquirer on Facebook. Follow on Twitter.

Watch Danny and the Shark make a mess of this pop up

Up above, Danny Espinosa and Roger Bernadina made a mess of a shallow pop up in the 8th inning to cap off a pathetic night in Baltimore for the Nationals. Seems only fitting that a guy named "Abad" was on the mound at the time. Amiright!? (Vine via MASN/TV) Befriend Nats Enquirer on Facebook. Follow on Twitter.

Nationals' Danny Espinosa will play through fracture

The Washington Nationals still haven't been able to put together a sustained run of success this season.  Part of the problem is underperforming, but part has been injuries.  However, one injured player has chosen to play through his injury rather than let it heal 100 percent.  Danny Espinosa was back in the Nats lineup last night despite a fractured wrist. According to...

Washington Nationals Recall RHP Nate Karns From Harrisburg

The Washington Nationals have decided to recall right-handed starter Nate Karns from their Double-A Harrisburg club. Filling in for Ross Detwiler in the Washington rotation, Karns will be making his major league debut Tuesday night against the Baltimore Orioles. Karns has struggled this season at Double-A, posting a 4.60 earned run average, but he does have a lively arm. He has struck...

For The Ladies: Bryce Harper has an Under Armour underwear ad

Nearly 50% of our fans hail from the female gender, so we would be remiss if we didn't bring you all a look at a Bryce Harper Under Armour underwear ad.

Nationals 9, Orioles 3

Adam LaRoche homered twice and drove in four runs, and the Washington Nationals enjoyed a rare offensive outburst at the expense of the Baltimore Orioles in a 9-3 victory Tuesday night. LaRoche, Tyler Moore and Roger Bernadina connected off Orioles rookie Kevin Gausman (0-2). LaRoche added a solo shot in the eighth off Troy Patton. It added up to Washington's highest-scoring...

Nats win, Adam LaRoche goes off, fans vote J.J. Hardy player of the game.

Nationals 9, Orioles 3: Nats explode for 9 runs, but is it enough to make Davey Johnson shave? Nate Karns good enough to earn a second next Sunday. Adam LaRoche blasts two home runs, 4 RBI, so of course J.J. Hardy was voted player of the game by fans on MASN in a landslide. (Screencap via MASN/TV) Befriend Nats Enquirer on Facebook. Follow on Twitter.

MLB rumors: Nationals not seeking roster upgrades

The Washington Nationals are off to an unexpectedly slow start to the season, and their production hasn't been helped by the number of players that have seen time on the disabled list. While the Nationals' are banged up, general manager Mike Rizzo told Jon Paul Morosi of FOX Sports that he's not looking outside the organization for roster upgrades. Nats GM Mike Rizzo...

Q&A: Derek Norris, an A’s Catcher Progresses

Three years ago, Derek Norris was a highly-regarded catcher in the Washington Nationals system. Known more for his bat than for his glove, he was battling injuries and scuffling at the plate in the High-A Carolina League. Norris was subsequently traded to Oakland and broke into the big leagues with the A’s last summer, where he appeared in 60 games. This season the right-handed...

Nationals-Orioles Preview

Washington Nationals manager Davey Johnson vowed not to shave until his team's bats heated up. After the Nationals' best offensive performance in six weeks, he plans to keep his scruffy look a bit longer. Jordan Zimmermann looks to be the first in the major leagues to nine victories as Washington visits the Baltimore Orioles on Wednesday night. Washington totaled nine runs...

Orioles 2, Nationals 0

Freddy Garcia pitched eight innings of three-hit ball to get the best of Dan Haren in a duel of veteran right-handers, and the Baltimore Orioles beat the Washington Nationals 2-0 Thursday night. Nick Markakis hit an RBI double in the third inning and Manny Machado doubled in a run in the eighth for the Orioles, who took three of four from the Nationals in a home-and-home series...

Trot Times for May 29, 2013

If you ever wanted to hit multiple home runs in a single big league game, I guess yesterday was the day to do it. Dioner Navarro, Ryan Zimmerman, Troy Tulowitzki, Domonic Brown, and Chris Davis all took advantage of the special alignment of the cosmos (though some more effectively than others).\ Let's get to the trots! Your browser does not support iframes. Home Run...
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