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CSN Washington Oct 3, 2015

Escobar error spoils Scherzer's bid for perfect game

Max Scherzer pitched a gem on Saturday, but it wasn't a perfect game. A throwing error by Yunel Escobar foiled Scherzer's perfect game in the 6th inning.
Washington Post Oct 2, 2015

Nats Journal: What to do with Yunel Escobar next season?

Much will change about the Nationals before next season. And among the many notable tweaks will involve the infield. Ian Desmond is likely to depart via free agency. The Nationals want Anthony Rendon to return to third base, his natural position and where he best helps the team. So where does this leave Yunel Escobar, who is under team control for two more season?Read full article >>
CSN Washington Oct 1, 2015

Where does Escobar fit into Nats' infield in 2016?

Yunel Escobar has enjoyed a career year at the plate, but where will he play in the Nationals' infield next year? Or will he even be playing in Washington in 2016?

Where does Escobar fit into 2016 infield?

ATLANTA — Yunel Escobar was out of the Nationals’ lineup Thursday night, the fourth straight game he has missed with back spasms, but the veteran infielder appears likely to return for this weekend’s final series in New York. “He’s going to need one more [day off],” manager Matt Williams said prior to Thursday’s game. “He’s…
Washington Post Oct 1, 2015

Nats Journal: Tonight’s Nationals-Braves lineups

Yunel Escobar still needs another day to rest his back spams, according to Manager Matt Williams. Escobar was supposed to return to the lineup on Wednesday but was scratched late. Instead, he will rest yet again. So Trea Turner will start at second base and Anthony Rendon stays at third base.Read full article >>
Washington Post Sep 21, 2015

Nats Journal: Yunel Escobar in the midst of his best offensive season

Bryce Harper has been the shining light of the Nationals season, the best player in baseball and the lead National League MVP candidate thanks to his historic season. Harper’s 3-for-4 performance on Sunday raised his major league-best average to .343 and his on-base-plus-slugging percentage to 1.143, the the highest since Barry Bonds’s 1.422 OPS in 2004. But given Harper’s excellence and the deserved attention it commands, it is easy to overlook Yunel Escobar.Read full article >>

Escobar, Moore power Nats’ offense

When a team scores 13 runs in a game, there are usually plenty of contributors, and that was the case for the Nationals in their win over the Marlins on Sunday afternoon. But two players in particular – Yunel Escobar and Tyler Moore, who combined for seven RBI – stood out above all. Escobar recorded…
CSN Washington Sep 20, 2015

Escobar, Moore power Nats' offense in blowout win

There were plenty of contributors in the Nats' 13-3 win over the Marlins. But Yunel Escobar and Tyler Moore stood out.
MASN Sports Sep 20, 2015

Yunel Escobar gets on base five times in Nationals' 13-3 dispatch of Marlins - Byron Kerr

Yunel Escobar gets on base five times in Nationals' 13-3 dispatch of Marlins at home

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