June 2016 archive

Jun 27

With skid over, Nats can focus on winning habits

It’s too early to say whether Tanner Roark’s guile and Jayson Werth’s guts actually saved the Nationals’ 2016 season. But when they look back it all, their June 26 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers may be seen as an epiphany. For now, at least, the bleeding has stopped. In just a week’s time, the Nationals …

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Jun 20

Nats deserve serious All-Star consideration

Time is running out to cast All-Star ballots, and for the first time in several years, more than one member of the Nationals deserves consideration for a starting spot. The National League team has included two Nats in each of the last three seasons, as well as in 2005, the Nats’ first season in Washington. …

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Jun 17

Telegram for Mr. Johnson

Before Walter Johnson was known as the Big Train, he was the Weiser Wonder. In the summer of 1907, Walter Johnson was pitching for the Weiser “semi-pro” team in the Idaho State League. The 19-year old hurler was so dominating that he caught the attention of many Major League scouts from the east. On June …

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Jun 13

Streaks to remember: Stras and the Big Train

Stephen Strasburg has been in great company while streaking through this season, blowing past franchise marks for consecutive victories set by Pedro Martinez, Dennis Martinez and Livan Hernandez, and matching Jake Arietta for the major league lead in wins. If that’s not enough, the Nationals star now stands shoulder-to-shoulder with arguably the greatest pitcher of …

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Jun 07

Bringing Baseball to the top of the World

As most of you know I am a fan of D.C. Baseball ans it’s history, what most you don’t know is that I am also a Goodwill Ambassador for the THE GURKHA CREW -CLUB BASEBALL. My wife and I are trying to support the coaches and players of this wonderful ball club. We have sent …

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Jun 06

Lots of positives in disappointing series for Nats

So the Nationals just lost two out of three to the second-worst team in the National League, allowing 22 runs 31 hits and seven home runs to the 21-36 Reds. Let’s dwell on the positive, though, shall we? Despite the pitching staff getting spanked by one of the league’s top hitting teams, the struggling offense …

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Jun 01

Lunch with Fred Valentine

Lunch with Fred Valentine and host Mark Hornbaker Where: Hunter’s Bar and Grill 10123 River Rd, Potomac, MD 20854 – http://huntersbarandgrill.com/ When: Saturday, June 18, 2016 from noon to 1:30. Want to have lunch with Washington Senator fan favorite Fred Valentine? Here is your opportunity. I will be having lunch with Fred at the Hunter’s …

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