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Just a day after Nationals manager Matt Williams went off on the rumor that struggling 21-year-old slugger Bryce Harper might be demoted to the minors, the young guy rewarded his team for sticking with him by hitting a walk-off homer in extra innings against the Mets.
Nationals Manager Matt Williams Witnesses Car Crashes While On The Radio, Calmly Describes As Crazy Man Chased By Cops
Matt Williams was on the radio, when real life Grand Theft Auto (basically) happened, so he calmly described it.
I heard you started reading a book? Cool, what’s it about? How bored you are? Love? C’mon, you’re not fooling anyone. Baseball is back. Behold it’s majesty…
This is exactly why they don’t let catchers pitch. Well, that and because they need someone back there to catch the ball. The thing is, they don’t even let Anthony Recker catch. He just comes in every so often to give up a monstrous home run to established players like Ian Desmond during blow outs. The Mets lost this one 13-2.
The Washington Nationals have lost four of their past five, so why is the team in such good spirits? Pitcher Dan Haren found this old photo of their pitching coach, Steve McCatty, posing for Playgirl Magazine in 1984, and had it made into t-shirts for all of his teammates. Reliever Tyler Clippard, on seeing the shirt: “This is the best day of my life.”
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.