4:46 AM EDT, Sat May 23, 2015
Washington Post May 20, 2015

Making the sublime routine, Espinosa has become the Nationals’ glue

Given everything that happened Tuesday night at Nationals Park, there’s no way the first two plays that began 10 innings over 200 minutes would be remembered, much less recognized. But there was Danny Espinosa — an afterthought in the offseason, an essential presence now — ranging to his right on one grounder, then to his left for another, back-to-back. Read full article >>
Washington Post May 9, 2015

Nats Journal: Danny Espinosa’s improved left-handed swing

Danny Espinosa hit the same number of home runs as Bryce Harper did Friday night: two. He hit them from the same batter’s box Harper did: the left-handed one. The similarities ended there.Harper’s swings are nearly always mighty, engineered for annihilation, even in their new, controlled state. Espinosa’s lefty swings are more compact, sending barrel straight to ball — and because of that, he is hitting better from the left side than in recent years.Read full article >>
CSN Washington May 9, 2015

More on Espinosa, Werth and Gonzalez

Bryce Harper stole the show last night, but Danny Espinosa and Jayson Werth also homered while Gio Gonzalez dominated on the mound.

More on Espinosa, Werth and Gonzalez

Bryce Harper once again stole the show last night, but there was plenty else worth discussing about the Nationals’ 9-2 thumping of the Braves. Such as… Danny Espinosa hit two homers left-handed If you’ve followed his career at all, last night’s performance by Espinosa was one of the all-time head-scratchers. He struck out twice while…

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