- Geek & Sci-Fi
It’s no secret that women love baseball players, and they’re also pretty big suckers for Santa.
If you're a regular reader at With Leather, you know how much I love mascots.
When Stephen Strasburg blew out his arm last August, MASN analyst and former big leagues pitcher Rob Dibble told him to “suck it up” and play through the pain.
If you watch this video of Richmond Flying Squirrel Eric Surkamp striking out Bryce Harper during Wednesday night's Harrisburg Senators game, you're allowed two trains of thought.
Last year in a game against the Phillies near the end of August, Washington Nationals phenom Stephen Strasburg, a budding superstar with a 2.
This is the most interesting part of a Florida Marlins 11-2 midseason victory over the Washington Nationals.
In baseball news that doesn't make a lot of sense, Washington Nationals manager Jim Riggleman has decided he hates baseball and would rather have no money than less of it.
The first thing you hear when you click play on this video is people going HE'S COMING, HE'S COMING.
Between Cleveland and Texas, I spent about half a year living in Washington D.
Sometimes I try to be charming and literate in The Dugout.
If you're familiar with the president races at Washington Nationals games--those little mid-inning spectacles where mascots shaped as presidents run around the outfield--you probably already heard about the appearance of a John F.
Fans of the Washington Nationals will be lining up at Nationals Park for today's 1:05 game against the Atlanta Braves to mark the start of the 2011 Major League Baseball season.
Washington Nationals right-hander Stephen Strasburg could pitch in 2011, or so says the Twitter of Meridiano Television's Ivan Arteaga.
PHILLIES UPDATE: Philadelphia is reportedly the front runner in a bidding war that includes the Kansas City Royals for Jeff Francouer.
Stephen Strasburg went on the DL two weeks ago with a swollen vulva soreness in his shoulder.
Through his first three starts, Washington Nationals rookie pitcher Stephen Strasburg has a 2-0 record, and has recorded 32 strikeouts with a 1.
The Stephen Strasburg (shown left after a night with Tim Kurkjian and Buster Olney) hype machine finally rolled into Washington DC last night, where the record for largest collection of bandwagon fans (40,315 to be exact), set in 2008 by the Boston Celtics, was finally broken.
With the first pick of the 2010 Major League Baseball Draft, the Washington Nationals selected San Diego State phenom Stephen Strasburg.
Washington Nationals outfielder Nyjer Morgan should thank his lucky stars that he commit this atrocity of a outfielding play in a road game.