The names of the first six players invited to workout for the Wizards has been released. And, the former ref did bet on at least one Wizards game.
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The Nats aren't wasting any time throwing Kory Casto into the lineup. He'll be starting in right field tonight against the Cardinals, batting seventh.
Museums already have contacted Big Brown's camp to see if they can borrow the silks and other items related to the colt's wins at Churchill Downs, Pimlico and, if he wins Saturday, Belmont Park.
Former White House spokesman Scott McClellan went on "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart" last night.
Do you think Jerry Smith and Larry Brown should be in the Pro Football Hall of Fame? Read this.
Fearing differences fosters mistrust that limits the entire potential of a community. It circumscribes our mobility and contact with those that we consider different. This prevents us from experiencing the richness and diversity of other traditions, cultures and unique individuals.
Last week I kicked things off by ranking the top starting rotations in baseball, but this week I'm going on the offensive in My Five. Good pitching is the foundation for championship teams, but you can't win unless you score. By Sean Raposa.
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Far more than just an elegant table piece, stemware provides a definitive function for wine drinkers. But which stem is the right one?
Just got off the phone with Nats GM Jim Bowden, who said the club will place Ryan Zimmerman on the 15-day DL.
Ryan Zimmerman's MRI results are in, and the news is not necessarily good. Zimmerman has a small labral tear in his left shoulder, the result of an awkward headfirst slide into second base two weeks ago in Baltimore.
Sen. Barack Obama made news this afternoon, taking questions from reporters at an impromptu press avail.
Sen. Barack Obama sat down with Peggy Agar Monday afternoon, granting an 8-minute exclusive interview to the woman who became known as "sweetie."
Not only did Pete Kendall show up for OTAs, but the 35-year-old lineman also ran wind sprints after practice, earning praise from coach Jim Zorn.
Rocky McIntosh is back on the practice field at linebacker for the Washington Redskins.
As they hit the field for the start of the second set of OTA days, the Redskins also signed another defensive back.
Adrian Alaniz has an uncanny talent for flying under the radar. But if he keeps dominating minor league hitters with his four-pitch arsenal, the people he needs to take notice - like Nats GM Jim Bowden - will.