Monthly Archives: September 2015


The conventional wisdom is that too much hubris will bring retribution.  The Greek gods are long gone from the equation.  But, the meltdown and pending exit of one Drew Storen from the Nationals is the fodder of Greek Tragedies.  Rather … Continue reading

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There’s always a silver lining!

Context is important. So please don’t get me wrong! I’ve been a season ticket holder since day 1. I was a Senators fan way back when (yes, I am that old). So I’m happy to have a home town baseball … Continue reading

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Inside Corner: Lucas Giolito has quite the talented family.

The name Lindsay Frost is a name you will hear a lot more of in Washington, DC in the near future, and it has nothing to do with politics. You will hear her name as a popular artist and as … Continue reading

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Storen, Janssen, it’s déjà vu all over again.

We all like Drew Storen and Casey Janssen, but these men are paid as “closers” to do their role in the earlier innings or different situations in what is supposed to be lower stress situations, and combined in 2 games … Continue reading

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Moving to (September 2nd)

Hi all, We are about ready to take the leap and move over to! To make this is as smooth as possible, we’re going to start the data transfer tomorrow around 11:00am EST. After 11:00am, any post or comment … Continue reading

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In-Game: Joe Cool to the Rescue?

The Nationals send Joe Ross to the hill for his 12th start against Cardinal’s Left-handed prospect Marco Gonzalez. The originally scheduled pitcher was Carlos Martinez. But, he was scratched with a sore neck.

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BREAKING: Sources tell us Severino to be added to 40 man & called up! The Reserves are coming. The Reserves are coming!

Our sources tell us Pedro Severino will be added to the 40 man roster and called up as a 3rd catcher. We expect Dan Uggla today and Tyler Moore tomorrow or Wednesday when he’s eligible to come off of the … Continue reading

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