Roy Hallladay’s Early Season Woes Continue, Disabled List Stint in Sight

Roy Halladay

Entering the Philadelphia Phillies’ games against the Miami Marlins, Roy Halladay was 2-3 and struggled in a majority of his starts. His start against the Marlins ended up being just as horrible as previous starts. Halladay lasted 2.1 innings and […]

Which Roy Halladay Will Show Up Tonight for Philadelphia Phillies?

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So far this season, Roy Halladay’s pitching has been awful and brilliant. In his first two starts, he was roughed up for 12 earned runs and had short outings of 3.1 innings and four innings pitched. He seemed to have […]

Bats Power Cincinnati Reds Over Miami Marlins

cincinnati reds

The Cincinnati Reds‘ win streak continues on. A day after sweeping a three-game series against a Philadelphia Phillies team that can’t find runs or hits, Cincinnati combined for 12 hits. They cruised to victory 11-1 over the Miami Marlins, and […]

Lack of Run Support Continues Road Woes for The Philadelphia Phillies

Philadelphia Phillies

The last six road games have not been pretty for the Philadelphia Phillies. They now fall to 6-9 on the season and need to find some runs. Over their road trip, the Phillies have scored only eight runs and were […]

Yu Darvish’s Perfect Game Bid Falls Short But Texas Rangers Roll

Yu Darvish

A day after Clayton Kershaw pitched a complete game shutout, Yu Darvish pitched 8 2/3 innings and fell just short of pitching a perfect game. The pursuit ended with a hit to center field. Darvish needed just one more out […]

Clayton Kershaw Makes History in Opening Day Outing for Los Angeles Dodgers

Clayton Kershaw

Clayton Kershaw took the mound for the Los Angeles Dodgers on Opening Day against the San Francisco Giants and was already in mid-season form. He pitched a complete-game shutout striking out seven and walking zero. If that was not a […]

Stephen Strasburg in Top Form During Batting Practice

Stephen Strasburg

After today’s batting practice for Stephen Strasburg, it seems like he has not lost any of his dominance in the off-season. He stymied many of the Washington Nationals batters he faced today. Tyler Moore, Roger Bernadina, Chris Snyder and Chad […]

Washington Nationals’ Ross Detwiler to Pitch for Team USA in World Baseball Classic

Ross Detwiler

Washington Nationals pitcher Ross Detwiler will pitch for Team USA in the 2013 World Baseball Classic. He will be the third Nationals player to participate in the World Baseball Classic this season. Gio Gonzalez will join Team USA if they advance […]

Wilson Ramos Making Positive Progress Towards Returning from Knee Injury

Wilson Ramos

Washington Nationals fans probably remember it well when Wilson Ramos chased after a passed ball against the Cincinnati Reds in the bottom of the seventh inning. Ramos fell going for the ball and left the game due to an injury. […]

Gio Gonzalez Picks Washington Nationals over World Baseball Classic…For Now

Gio Gonzalez

  Washington Nationals pitcher Gio Gonzalez announced that he won’t be heading to the 2013 World Baseball Classic. Well, that’s until Team USA starts round two, should they indeed make it there. National’s manager Davey Johnson wanted Gonzalez to stay […]

Rafael Soriano Finally Arrives to Washington Nationals Camp

Rafael Soriano

There was no hold out or contract dispute that kept Rafael Soriano from spring training. In the off-season, Soriano signed a two-year $28 million contract, but the good ole visa process kept Soriano from reaching his new team. With the […]