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Braves rout Nationals, clinch playoff spot

Braves rout Nationals, clinch playoff spot

Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports The Braves were quite good today. Mike Foltynewicz got started off on the wrong foot, but quickly recovered for a great performance this evening. Washington was the first team to scratch during the first inning when Anthony Rendon doubled home Trea Turner who walked to lead off the game. With an early 1-0 lead, Austin Voth went to work and was fantastic for the Nats. He didn’t run into any trouble at all until the 6th inning when Ozzie Albies, Josh Donaldson and Nick Markakis hit consecutive singles to tie the game at 1. For the Braves Folty was equally...
Amazin Avenue Sep 4, 2019
Final Score: Mets 8, Nationals 4—The mourning after

Final Score: Mets 8, Nationals 4—The mourning after

Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports Mets bounce back to claim series in Washington for a pyrrhic victory. A Wednesday day game represented a quick turnaround for a Mets team reeling from a devastating ninth-inning collapse last night. And the Nationals jumped out quickly in the series finale, as with two outs and none on in the bottom of the second, Zack Wheeler surrendered consecutive singles to Gerardo Parra, pitcher Anibal Sanchez and Trea Turner to plate the first run of the game. Wheeler escaped further damage by getting Anthony Rendon to fly out with the bases loaded. While Wheeler...
Call to the Pen Sep 3, 2019

Nationals: Anthony Rendon, always the Bridesmaid, never the MVP

The Washington Nationals third baseman Anthony Rendon finished runner-up in the NL fWAR leaderboard for two years running, but he’s never in the MVP discussion… until now. As far as baseball personalities go, Washington Nationals third baseman Anthony Rendon is as straight-to-the-point as they come. Let’s not belabor the point either: Rendon is pretty darn good at baseball. Very good. […] Nationals: Anthony Rendon, always the Bridesmaid, never the MVP - Call to the Pen - Call to the Pen - A Major League Baseball Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Amazin Avenue Sep 2, 2019
Open Thread: Mets vs. Nationals, 9/2/19

Open Thread: Mets vs. Nationals, 9/2/19

Photo by Rich Schultz/ The Mets open a series against the surging Nationals in Washington DC. Mets lineup Jeff McNeil - 3BPete Alonso - 1BMichael Conforto - RFJ.D. Davis - LFBrandon Nimmo - CFAmed Rosario - SSJoe Panik - 2BRene Rivera - CNoah Syndergaard - P Nationals lineup Trea Turner - SSAdam Eaton - RFAnthony Rendon - 3BJuan Soto - LFAsdrubal Cabrera - 2BMatt Adams - 1BVictor Robles - CFYan Gomes - CJoe Ross - P Broadcast info TV: SNYRadio: WCBS 880, ESPN Deportes 1050
Fish Stripes Aug 31, 2019
Anthony Rendon and Nationals edge out the Marlins 7-6

Anthony Rendon and Nationals edge out the Marlins 7-6

Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports The Fish stayed in it all the way to the end. The Marlins and Nationals had a back and forth game Saturday night. Starlin Castro and Anthony Rendon led each team with three hits and three runs batted in. Elieser Hernández ran into trouble early, but settled in mid-game. The Fish had some ninth inning heroics, but were matched in the bottom of the ninth by the Nats. Elieser Hernández: 6 IP, 6 H, 4 ER, 2 BB, 2 K, 0 HR Aníbal Sánchez: 5 IP, 3 H, 2 ER, 4 BB, 6 K, 1 HR Your browser does not support HTML5 video. Harold Ramirez started up the offense for the...

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