August 29 was a day of ups and downs for Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper. In the 4th and 6th innings, he smashed a HR. In the 9th inning, Steve Cishek got into a double play situation with one out. The… Read More ›
Month: August 2012
Matchup #2 Nolasco Strasburg
On August 5th Miami Marlins righty Ricky Nolasco faced off against Stephen Strasburg at Nationals Park in Southeast DC. The Nationals won 4-1. The two pitchers faced off again at Marlins Park in Downtown Miami. It was horrible for Nats… Read More ›
It’s like a birthday, but more special than anything for Chris Volstad.
I’m wondering if Chicago Cubs pitcher Chris Volstad would ever get a win. You know that someone like Cole Hamels can get out there and win every single time, right? That is not the words to describe teammate Rafael Dolis… Read More ›
Minor, Major, I don’t care, but it’s Roger Clemens!
If Roger Clemens got out of all of this drug stuff and returned to baseball, what would you do? Maybe watch ESPN. If you did last night you saw Roger Clemens’ debut with the Sugar Land Skeeters. That’s a minor… Read More ›
What in the world is happening?
I don’t know why 7/31 is the trade deadline. The Oakland Athletics traded catcher Kurt Suzuki to the Washington Nationals for catcher David Freitas. On 8/3/12. Now there is a BLOCKBUSTER deal between LA and Boston. Adrian Gonzalez ( nicknamed… Read More ›
By far it was the best game of 2012.
The first half stunk for the Los Angeles Angels and the Boston Red Sox. None knew what would happen on August 23. The best game of July was on 7/17 in Washington D.C. when Jordany Valdispin hit a 3-run home run… Read More ›
Sale Dominates in first start against bombers
1991 was the last time the Chicago White Sox swept the New York Yankees. Chicago’s manager Robin Ventura went 4-8 with 2 RBI in that series. That’s how long ago. 2012 could be the next time the Sox swept. The… Read More ›
Natitude beats chop: I was there!
I got to go to a really important game! The Jr Nats Kids Club lets kids 12 and under do special things, like watch BP from the warning track. I did that. I commentated on the hits. Jason Heyward was… Read More ›
This may be the most important series of the year… and I’m going back-to-back!
The Atlanta Braves rocked the 1990’s while the Montreal Expos stunk. In 2012, though, the Philadelphia Phillies entered with 5 straight years of postseason play. You can’t say that anymore. THE PHILLIES STINK! But the Nationals have gone from worst… Read More ›
BREAKING NEWS: I got free tickets to the Nationals-Braves Game tonight and I’m going tomorrow too. Nats News vs ATL 20 ZIM 21 SS 22 EJ @ PHI 23,24,25 @MIA 28/29