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TORONTO, CANADA - SEPTEMBER 28: Wil Myers #9 of the Tampa Bay Rays hits an RBI single in the first inning during MLB game action against the Toronto Blue Jays on September 28, 2013 at Rogers Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Rays’ Wil Myers Could Top His Rookie Of The Year Season

Wil Myers gives the Rays legitimate power in the middle of the batting order.


Nationals Opening Day

Nats Park Hot Dog, Beer Prices on the Pricey End

The Nationals got off to a good start Monday, but if the season takes a turn for the worse, take heed. Compared to other baseball stadiums, it is very expensive to drown your sorrows at Nats Park.


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Matt Moore Must Step Up In Rays Rotation

Coming into the 2012 season, Matt Moore was likely the most-hyped pitching prospect in baseball – not without good reason.


Joel Peralta of the Tampa Bay Rays tips his hat as walks off the field after being ejected for having a foreign substance on his glove during the eighth inning against the Washington Nationals at Nationals Park on June 19, 2012 in Washington, DC.  (Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)

Joel Peralta Suspended 8 Games For Having Pine Tar In Glove Against Nats

Tampa Bay Rays reliever Joel Peralta was suspended for eight games by Major League Baseball on Thursday for having pine tar on his glove Tuesday night against the Washington Nationals.


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Davey Johnson: Joe Maddon Should “Read The Rulebook”

Washington Nationals manager Davey Johnson says Joe Maddon should “read the rulebook.” Maddon says the rulebook shouldn’t always rule in the “self-policing” world of major league baseball.


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Elfin: Nats Need To Look No Further Than Visiting Dugout For The Plan For Success

The Washington Nationals only have 10 players on its 40-man roster over the age of 30, with one of the most talented farm systems in the Majors to sustain their youth movement. And yet with teams like the Yankees, Boston, and Philly just hours to their north, the Nats need not look any further than in their own stadium, at their current opponents, to find their blueprint for success.