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Elfin: Nationals Ravaging The Standings Despite Being Ravaged By Injuries

The Washington Nationals, one of the most decimated-by-injuries teams in the league with over 580 man-games missed, have still managed to maintain the 2nd largest division lead out of all 30 teams in Major League Baseball.


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Elfin: Hang On To Your Ticket Stubs, Bryce Harper Makes His Home Debut For The Nationals

Bryce Harper stood out in his surprise call-up over the weekend, not just with his hair or with his bat, but with his arm. And considering he hit well against one of the league’s better pitching staffs, perhaps Harper could be the bolt of energy this lineup needs.


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Capuano, Loney, Lead Dodgers To 2-0 Win Over Nats

Lefty Gio Gonzalez (2-1) allowed two runs, three hits and five walks through six innings, and struck out seven. He’d gone 6-0 in his previous eight starts since last Sept. 12 – the Nationals haven’t scored more than two runs in any of his five starts while he’s been in the game.


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Kemp’s HR In 10th Spoils Harper’s Strong Debut

The Washington Nationals’ top prospect can take satisfaction from the fact he hit a rope over Kemp’s head in center field for a double in the third at-bat of his major league debut.


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Torre: Strasburg Once In A Generation

Joe Torre, a four-time World Series winning manager with the New York Yankees and the 1971 National League MVP, joined “The Mike Wise Show” on Wednesday and said Washington Nationals starting pitcher Stephen Strasburg is “something that comes along once in a generation.” Torre, a nine-time all-star with the Braves and Cardinals, managed the Los Angeles Dodgers from 2008-2010, and compares Strasburg to a player he coached, 2011 NL Cy Young winner Clayton Kershaw.

106.7 The Fan–02/15/2012

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Nationals Power Past Dodgers 7-2

The Nationals used four home runs to power past the Dodgers en route to a 7-2 win.

106.7 The Fan–09/05/2011

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David Elfin On Sports: Strasburg Returns To Nationals

On the schedule, it’s just another Tuesday night baseball game. However, the eyes of the baseball world will be on the man who’ll be the first to touch the ball to start the game.

106.7 The Fan–09/05/2011

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Nationals Fall Again in LA

The Nationals struck out thirteen times and only managed two hits in their 3-1 loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers and lose their fourth series in a row.

106.7 The Fan–07/24/2011

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Nationals Fall Late To Dodgers, 7-6

The Nats fell 7-6 to the Dodgers after a Rafael Furcal double in the bottom of the 9th scored Jamey Carroll.

106.7 The Fan–07/24/2011

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Lannan Does It All in Win

John Lannan gave up one earned run in a little over six innings, but also went 2 for 3 at the plate including his first MLB home run in the Nats 7-2 win over the Dodgers.

106.7 The Fan–07/23/2011