Pretty Awesome Mashup of Steven Souza Recalling Improbable Catch and Charlie Slowes’ Game-Winning Radio Call
Here’s an awesome mashup of Steven Souza Jr. describing improbable diving catch yesterday, and Charlie Slowes’ game-winning radio call.
Steven Souza Jr., who laid out to catch the final out which sealed Jordan Zimmermann’s no-hitter, said “I would have broken my neck and laid on the ground if I had to to catch that ball for him.”
Steven Souza Jr. makes a miraculous catch to save Jordan Zimmermann’s (and the Nationals’) first ever no-hitter, ending the Nat’s 96-win season on a high.
One out away from pitching the Washington Nationals’ first no-hitter, Jordan Zimmermann watched his 104th pitch on a crisp, clear Sunday afternoon get smacked toward deep left-center.
Mathematicians will say the Washington Nationals can’t clinch the NL East until next week. Practicality says they essentially wrapped it up Tuesday night with another win over the Atlanta Braves.
Adam LaRoche hit a game-winning solo home run with two outs in the 11th inning to help the Washington Nationals beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 5-4 Monday night for their seventh straight win.
One day after notching his 200th career save, Soriano blew one Monday night, giving up four runs in the ninth inning as the Miami Marlins rallied to beat Washington 7-6.
Washington Nationals reliever Tyler Clippard was selected to the All-Star game. He’ll be the only player representing the Nats.
Nationals fans are REALLY gonna have to step up their voting prowess to get Anthony Rendon his first All-Star appearance. He’s trailing three other guys in MLB’s final vote.
As of now, the Nationals have just one player representing them at the All-Star Game. But a second player could be the final NL representative to be voted in.