The extended netting installed at Nationals Park once again saved the day Wednesday night when it prevented Cesar Hernandez’s broken bat from flying into the stands.
Washington Nationals pitcher Gio Gonzalez apparently can turn an unintentionally hilarious phrase as well as he can spin a curveball.
To describe how the season has unfolded for the Washington Nationals as an unmitigated disaster arguably could be an understatement. At 54-60, the Nats find themselves 15.
On Tuesday, Baseball Prospectus delivered one of the most strange and disconcerting but tremendously amusing posts in the site’s esteemed history.
It was Julie Alexandria’s first day on the job as sideline reporter, covering Washington Nationals games for MASN.
Gio Gonzalez took the hill for his Washington Nationals on Wednesday for a tilt against the Miami Marlins at a chilly Nationals Park.