Posts Tagged “wilson ramos”

Halway Done and Looking Good!

by Marien Hornyak. 0 Comments

Happy All-Star break, Nationals fans!  As we look back on the first half of the 2014 baseball season, we Washington Nationals fans should be pretty pleased with our team.  Not only are the Nationals in first place in the NL East (percentage points above the Atlanta Braves); the Nats have won 10 of their last 14 games, their bats have come alive, and their pitching continues to be solid. While some critics claim that the Nationals have “under-performed” during the first half of the season, ... read more

How Much is Too Much Strasburg?

by Marien Hornyak. 0 Comments

If you follow the Washington Nationals like I do, you probably check the box scores in the newspaper or online, you're aware of the terrible start that relief pitcher Tyler Clippard has had, and you surely know about Ryan Zimmerman breaking his thumb and Wilson Ramos hurting his wrist.  So I'm not going to give you a summary of who has played well and who hasn't, who is on the Disabled List and who isn't, or how many different batting lineups Nationals' manager Matt Williams has used this season. ... read more

Officially Underway!

by Marien Hornyak. 0 Comments

Oh my goodness, Washington Nationals fans, how 'bout that Opening Day game between the Nationals and the Mets in New York?  That game had a little bit of everything - strikeouts, collisions at second base, home runs, replay challenges, and extra innings.  If every game is going to be this exciting, I may need to be medicated before the end of the season!  As you probably know by now, the Nationals won their first game of the season 9-7 over the Mets in 10 innings. The game began with Nationals' ... read more