It’s baseball season. Time to get bold. Let’s get to it. 1. Nick Franklin goes 20/20 in his first full season in Tampa Bay My thinking: Franklin–a former highly-regarded first round pick of the Mariners in 2009–actually put up 23
The Washington Nationals were a popular pick to go to the World Series last year. The Nats looked to be proving experts right all the way up until the first week of October when the San Francisco Giants eliminated them in
WASHINGTON — On a snowy afternoon at Nationals Park a press conference was held to introduce Max Scherzer, who agreed to terms on a seven-year, $210 million deal. The contract puts the new Nationals pitcher behind only Clayton Kershaw,
Washington - Credit Jon Heyman of CBS Sports, who was the first to break the news, that the Washington Nationals, added the prize pitcher of the 2014 off season, right hander Max Scherzer. The 2013 Cy Young winner is now
Washington, D.C. — Special for Sports Talk Florida. This was what Stephen Strasburg was born to do, stand on the mound in front of a standing room only crowd of 44,032 and pitch the opener for the Washington Nationals
Washington – Exclusive for Sports Talk Florida There is no one who wants to see the National League Division Series begin more than Washington’s star right hander Stephen Strasburg. In 2012 the Nationals prized super star watched the NLDS
Bud Selig is working towards another maneuver in baseball.
We all want the star to play, but not get hurt. The Nats did one thing, and the Skins the other, but nobody ended up happy.