Next Monday is Opening Day, Nats fans! Who’s pscyhed? Both of you? That’s what I’m talkin’ about! Let’s do this!
Been wrapped up with racing lately (why can’t I get away from guys named Jimmie Johnson?) and haven’t watched much football. I heard about two losses in a row for the Redskins. Is it time to panic or keep the faith?
To spend or not to spend? That is the question facing the Nationals’ front office as the baseball Hot Stove season begins.
After 102 losses, Washington, D.C.’s long Nationals nightmare is over.
Once again, Mike Hume answers your most pressing sports questions as he delves his magical mailbag.
As the summer temperatures begin to trend their way towards a cooler climate, the Nationals are starting to heat up. Finally.
The picture is not a pretty one at Nationals Park and those at home holding the remote control are inclined to agree.
This is getting old. Right? The Nats not playing well, it’s a little too reminiscent of all the seasons Washington fans wasted on the Senators, isn’t it? The fans — and the taxpayers that are footing the bill for the new ballpark — deserve better don’t they?
I’ll level with you. The most pressing question on my mind is whether or not Washington Nationals’ GM has secured a flux capacitor-equipped DeLorean destined for the year 2002. That way, the GM’s recent acquisitions of Brett Boone and Odalis Perez would look a whole lot more exciting.
Washington Nationals vs. San Francisco Giants, RFK Stadium, Saturday, Sept. 1, 7 p.m.