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  • Nationals patience pays off

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - Washington Nationals - INSIDE PITCH MIAMI -- Let's just forget about 2013 -- the Washington Nationals would certainly prefer it that way. The Nationals won the National League East title in 2012, culminating a four-...
  • Nats beat Braves to clinch another NL East title

    Nats beat Braves to clinch another NL East title
    ATLANTA (AP) — The Washington Nationals bounced up and down in unison near second base, not bothered at all by a smattering of boos from the crowd at Turner Field. They were saving the real celebration for the clubhouse. The Nationals wrapped up...
  • Lackey gets tossed as Cards fall to Reds

    The Sports Xchange By Jeff Wallner, The Sports Xchange Lackey gets tossed as Cards fall to Reds CINCINNATI -- Plate umpire Tom Hallion said he warned John Lackey to stop arguing balls and strikes before ejecting him in the third inning Wednesday....
  • Reds 4, Cardinals 2

    The Sports Xchange By Jeff Wallner, The Sports Xchange Reds 4, Cardinals 2 CINCINNATI -- Ryan Ludwick homered and Alfredo Simon pitched seven strong innings while also doubling twice, lifting the Cincinnati Reds to a 4-2 victory over the first-place...
  • Pete Rose sells longtime home in Sherman Oaks

    Pete Rose sells longtime home in Sherman Oaks
    Pete Rose of Big Red Machine fame has hustled a deal in Sherman Oaks, selling his longtime residence for $1.96 million. The gated home, built in Spanish style in 1999, features a two-story floor plan with hardwood flooring, skylights and wrought-iron...
  • Former major-league coach, minor-league manager Gordy MacKenzie dies

    FRUITLAND PARK — Major-league baseball teams mourned the death of Gordy MacKenzie, a Fruitland Park resident who had a long baseball career and served as a coach in the 1980 World Series. McKenzie, who died last week at 77, had a stint in the majors...
  • Strasburg Shuts Down Mets As Nationals Sweep Series

    Strasburg Shuts Down Mets As Nationals Sweep Series
    Stephen Strasburg finally found some success on the road as his Washington Nationals continued their dominance of the New York Mets at Citi Field. Backed by two-run homers from Adam LaRoche and Bryce Harper, Strasburg fired seven sharp innings to lead...
  • Preview: Nationals at Mets

    The Washington Nationals attempt to set a franchise record as they vie for their 11th consecutive road victory against the New York Mets on Thursday. The Nationals continued to make themselves at home at Citi Field, belting four homers in a series-opening...
  • Nats find way in N.Y.

    Nats find way in N.Y.
    NEW YORK (AP) — Despite three untimely errors, the Washington Nationals found a way to win at Citi Field. They always do. Asdrubal Cabrera hit his first home run for Washington and tumbled over a retaining wall to make a terrific catch, leading...
  • National continue run in N.Y.

    National continue run in N.Y.
    NEW YORK (AP) — Smoke billowed out of the Washington Nationals' clubhouse when the doors opened after yet another victory celebration in New York. The NL East leader's fog machine recently has been getting plenty of use. No special effects were...
  • 20 years later: 1994 strike molded baseball's path

    The Sports Xchange By Jerry Beach, The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: subs 26th graf, adds new 27th graf with Mattingly quote 20 years later: 1994 strike molded baseball's path Twenty years ago Tuesday, San Francisco Giants pitcher Bud Black figured his...
  • Hard to play 'what if' with 1994 strike

    Had events gone differently 20 years ago tomorrow, the Washington Nationals might still be the Montreal Expos. Buck Showalter might be in the Hall of Fame. Peter Angelos might be viewed as a heroic figure. The Steroid Era might have been largely...