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On Sunday afternoon, the Washington Nationals copied the formula that gave them two victories to start this season — except for the important part. Their offense stalled. Their pitching, in this case seven stellar innings from Jordan Zimmermann,...
Tags: Ian Desmond, Ryan Mattheus, Adam LaRoche, Wilson Ramos, Baseball
When Orioles left-hander Wei-Yin Chen takes the mound at Camden Yards on Tuesday night for his first major league start against the New York Yankees, an entire nation will be watching. Half a world away, in Chen's home country of Taiwan, baseball fans...
The Washington Nationals had taken the slow approach with Michael Morse's rehabilitation from a strained right lat muscle, and they felt optimistic the final step would come Monday night. Nine full innings in left field at Single-A Hagerstown would...
Tags: Washington Nationals, Baseball, Sports, Mike Rizzo
TV SPORTS SATURDAY Soccer-Premier League, Chelsea at Norwich City, 6:30 a.m. (ESPN2) High School Hockey-Grand Rapids vs. White Bear Lake, 10 a.m. (FXSP); Duluth East vs. Minnetonka, 1:30 p.m. (FXSP) Men's College Basketball-Maryland at Temple,...
No. 16 Nationals: 15th in a series counting down to spring training. Next: Blue Jays Bryce Harper hasn't played a day in the big leagues, and unfortunately for him there is only one way to go. It is opposite of up. But if you want to bet on Harper as...
There's a picture floating around from the 2010 season of three Phillies players looking at all the Phillies fans sitting in the outfield seats at Nationals Park. There's another one of Phillies fans holding up a giant sign that read: "Citizens Bank Park...
Ask again next year Dave van Dyck Chicago Tribune History suggests Stephen Strasburg should be just fine — maybe. Most pitchers who return from elbow ligament surgery are as good — in some cases better — than before the operation....
Albert Pujols' tremendous second half has restored his value and his determination to match the $27.5 million per year the Yankees gave Alex Rodriguez. … Don't be surprised if Ryan Braun steals some bases in the playoffs. He has been running well...
WGN SportsWe have a new baseball term: The Homicide Squeeze. It's pretty easy to define actually. It's when a runner from third takes off with the pitch expecting the batter to attempt a bunt (known commonly as the suicide squeeze) only to see his life flash...
Matt Thornton provided the model. Gavin Floyd reaffirmed it, reaching his potential for the White Sox after frustrating the Phillies. General manager Ken Williams had those success stories, and others, in mind when he read scouting reports from one of...
A cross-country road trip ended on yet another sour note Thursday, as the Mariners took their second walk-off loss in three games against the Nationals. Pinch-hitter Laynce Nix did the damage this time, delivering a bases-loaded sacrifice fly against...
Asked what he'd done so well over eight innings on Tuesday, Doug Fister was quick with a response. "Really, just keeping the ball down," Fister said. And asked what went wrong in the ninth, David Pauley was equally quick to answer. "It was just up,"...
Tags: Ian Desmond, Athletes, Doug Fister, Baseball, Wilson Ramos
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