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Rafael Soriano Says His 4-Year-Old Son Could Have Caught The Ball That Eluded Bryce Harper Against The Giants On Tuesday
Nationals’ closer Rafael Soriano had a rather remarkable (which is to say, stupid) thing to say about the triple he gave up to Gregor Blanco that allowed the Giants to tie the game in the bottom of the ninth on Tuesday. We talk of four-year-olds, triples and broken things, following the jump.
Beautiful Washington Nationals Reporter Julie Alexandria Gets Gatorade Bath, Continues Interview With Gio Gonzalez
Imagine you’re at work, minding your own business, when out of nowhere five gallons of orange Gatorade come rushing over your shoulders. Maybe it’s not as surprising if you work near the Washington Nationals, who have a history of doing this to journalists, but nonetheless, it’d scare the “bejesus” out of you. Watch MASN Nats reporter deal with it like a champ after the jump.
Did you go into the 2013 baseball season asking, “Can Bryce Harper build on his rookie season and become an elite player?” Well, that’s a… that’s a c… that’s a concern that appears to be unfounded, based on Harper’s performance today. See why we say that after the jump.
The Nationals And Orioles Aren’t Refunding Ticket Service Charges That Shouldn’t Exist In The First Place
The Nationals and Orioles had great seasons. They each made the playoffs for the first time in years – in the Nationals’ case, for the first time since moving to Washington. They had the types of seasons that energize fanbases, so now is not an especially goo time to squander that goodwill.
It’s bad enough that the Washington Nationals were eliminated from the MLB Playoffs in heartbreaking fashion. But sending your own fans an email about buying tickets to a World Series you won’t be playing in? That is just cruel.
The real Teddy Roosevelt spoke softly and carried a big stick. The mascot Teddy Roosevelt is a lot meeker, always losing his footrace against mascots George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and Abraham Lincoln. But after more than 500 losses, another defeat was not to be at Nationals Park.