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  1. 2014 Outlook: St. Louis Cardinals

    Jan 30, 2014, 5:50 PM EDT

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    2013 record: 97-65, 1st place in NL Central Manager: Mike Matheny, 3rd season Estimated 2014 payroll: $109 million Key additions: OF Peter Bourjos, IF Jhonny Peralta, IF Mark Ellis Key losses: OF Carlos Beltran, SP Chris Carpenter, IF Rafael Furcal, IF David Freese, RP John Axford, RP Edward Mujica Projected lineup 3B Matt Carpenter CF…

  2. Why every MLB team should be thankful this Thanksgiving

    Nov 28, 2013, 7:18 AM EDT

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    Some Major League Baseball franchises are more fortunate than others, that’s just the way it is. That’s life. Some teams will celebrate this year’s Thanksgiving holiday with a lot more to be thankful for. But each team, even the Mets, have something to appreciate, something to behold for the present and the future. As a…

  3. Reality sinks in

    Sep 24, 2013, 1:36 AM EDT

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    ST. LOUIS — For two months now, the Nationals knew they faced a near-impossible task, trying to make up what at their nadir was a 15 1/2-game deficit in the NL East and a 9-game deficit in the NL Wild Card race. Yet there they stood Sunday morning, with an opportunity to move to within…

  4. Davey Johnson wants revenge vs. Cardinals

    Sep 21, 2013, 5:36 PM EDT

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    As the Nationals hold on to a slim chance of making the playoffs, they are keeping an eye on the series between the Pirates and Reds up in Pittsburgh. Davey Johnson, however, says he’s just as interested in how the St. Louis Cardinals are doing in Milwaukee. The Nationals travel to St. Louis after this…

  5. A dominating win, then a surprise in Milwaukee

    Sep 15, 2013, 7:07 PM EDT

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    Denard Span was answering a question about his 26-game hitting streak when the first roar came from another corner of the Nationals’ clubhouse. Span looked around as asked what happened, then was informed Brewers center fielder Carlos Gomez had just robbed a home run from the Reds’ Jay Bruce in the top of the ninth…

  6. Nats fall short of comeback vs. Phillies

    Sep 15, 2013, 1:21 AM EDT

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    With the clock ticking down on their 2013 season, the Washington Nationals have put themselves in an unfortunate position where every little mistake and miscue in a nail-biting defeat becomes something much larger than it really is. In the Nats’ 5-4 loss to the Phillies, the players harped back on several minor moments in what…

  7. Nats make it seven straight

    Sep 14, 2013, 12:50 AM EDT

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    These days just about everything is going the Nationals’ way. Returning home for a ten game homestand, the Nats pulled Stephen Strasburg from his start in a surprise move because of forearm soreness. In came Ross Ohlendorf who had been a disaster since July, and off he went with a 31-pitch inning that saw an…

  8. Mets blast Haren, Nats in 11-3 blowout

    Sep 1, 2013, 1:21 AM EDT

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    Coming off a series opening loss to the New York Mets, the Nats entered Saturday’s game hoping for the consistent Dan Haren they’ve come to know over the last two months. Perhaps the resurgent veteran could be their stopper. Instead Haren imploded early for the second consecutive outing and left his team with what proved…

  9. What would it take to catch the Reds?

    Aug 27, 2013, 6:00 AM EDT

    MLB: Cincinnati Reds at Washington Nationals

    We spent yesterday morning detailing the reasons why a last-ditch, late-season-playoff-charge-for-the-ages is highly unlikely for the Nationals. But I’d hate to be labeled as too negative. Especially in the midst of this blog’s redesign. So let’s actually spend a few minutes this morning running through a scenario in which the Nationals actually could make it…

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