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Nats Trade Henry Rodriguez to Cubs for Minor Leaguer

The Washington Nationals have traded right-handed pitcher Henry Rodriguez to the Chicago Cubs for minor league pitcher Ian Dickson.


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The Week in Sports

Here’s what you may have missed, or if you didn’t, what’s worth re-reading this week (June 3-7).


Henry Rodriguez #63 of the Washington Nationals closes out the game against the Pittsburgh Pirates during the game on May 10, 2012 at PNC Park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  The Nationals defeated the Pirates 4-2. (Credit: Justin K. Aller/Getty Images)

Nats Shake Things Up: Espinosa to DL, Rodriguez, Duke DFA’d, Rendon Recalled

It’s a lot of information to digest, but with the Nationals sending Espinosa to the DL, designating Henry Rodriquez and Zach Duke for assignment, and recalling Anthony Rendon, and calling up Ian Krol, a shakeup is evident in Washington.


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Washington Nationals Activate Brad Lidge, Place Henry Rodriguez On DL

The Washington Nationals have reshuffled their bullpen, reinstating right-hander Brad Lidge from the disabled list and putt righty Henry Rodriguez on the DL.


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Elfin: With Storen Out The Nats Have Weathered The Storm

Drew Storen saved 43 games in his first full season with the big club, so when he went down followed by the injury of backup closer Brad Lidge, it could have easily spelled disaster for the first half of the year. Leave it up to wily Davey Johnson to find a way to patchwork saves together and still have his team sitting atop the NL East.


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Nationals Fall Short Against Braves, 3-1

The Nationals fall short as Derek Lowe limits the Nationals to three hits as they fall to the Braves 3-1.

106.7 The Fan–09/01/2011

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Nats Fall Short At Home, Fall To Reds 2-1

The Nationals fall 2-1 in a pitchers duel to the Reds.

106.7 The Fan–08/18/2011

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Nats’ Bullpen Collapses in 7-6 Loss To Brewers

Milwaukee scored two runs in each the seventh and eighth innings to rally back against Washington.

106.7 The Fan–05/25/2011