“Champion”: A word not in your vocabulary.
Because that’s what you do when you’re caught in a dogfight for a souvenir.
Laz Diaz needs to get on Aetna Navigator and find a good optometrist.
There’s no such thing as a “clutch gene.” Except in the DNA that belongs to Bryce Harper.
A simple, one-question test.
It has not been Julie Alexandria’s week.
The 20-year-old phenom is smashing baseballs with ease, and advanced stats show a pattern behind the carnage.
Gio Gonzalez, this is the weirdest way to describe throwing a curveball ever.
Enough with your clown offseason already. Someone’s ready to bust out this year.
After 525 consecutive losses, the Washington Nationals finally let Teddy win. It’s a story of triumph and sabotage. But mostly triumph.
Hazing: The Washington Nationals are doing it right.
The Washington relief staff taps into their inner goddesses.
Never talk about Canadian beer in front of Bryce Harper.
Two of the rarest instances in sports both happened this weekend.
And by “in his place,” he means “on his balls.” So that’s why he had such a bad first inning.
Last night, the nineteen-year-old baseball phenom took his frustration (at his worst major-league game so far) out on a wall and his bat swung back. The ensuing wound required ten stitches.
Baseball’s most exciting rookie meets baseball’s most exciting play. It’s easy to forget he’s 19-years-old.
He hasn’t played a major league game in Washington yet, but that doesn’t mean he hasn’t played in Washington.
A lot of things have to go right for you to reach the big leagues by age 19. Conversely, a lot of things have to go wrong for you to want to flash your twin moons in front of thousands of people. Still, kudos on the perfect timing.
Washington Nationals pitcher Gio Gonzalez got his first Major League hit today, a bloop single down the leftfield line. I’d be this pumped too.
Soon after setting the Nationals’ strikeout record in the first start of his career, Stephen Strasburg need Tommy John surgery — and 12 to 18 months of rehabilitation. But with a blistering start to 2012, it’s safe to say that Strasmas has returned.