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Chatter Archive: July 2009


  • A Capital Fourth for the Nats

    Washington rallies to beat the Braves 5-3, rewarding John Lannan with his sixth win. Published July 4 2009

  • Dunn hits 300th career homer

    Nats slugger sends solo shot into second deck down right field line to lead off bottom of seventh, gets curtain call. Published July 4 2009

  • Thru 4 1/2: Nats trail 1-0

    John Lannan has been sharp, but not as sharp as Tommy Hanson. Published July 4 2009

  • Who's the Nats' All-Star?

    Zimmerman, Guzman and Dunn all have an argument. Published July 4 2009

  • Detwiler, bullpen lead to 9-8 loss

    Pitching was the problem early, and pitching was the problem late in the Nats' 9-8 loss to the Braves tonight. Published July 3 2009

  • Thru 3: Nats lead despite Detwiler's struggles

    Good thing the Nats' new-look offense is working tonight, because I don't think we're going to see a long engagement from Ross Detwiler tonight. Washington leads 4-3 after three, even though the left-hander gave up seven hits in the first three innings. Published July 3 2009

  • Wrapping up a long (and frustrating) day

    The Nationals blow another late lead and lose their 10th straight against the Marlins. Published July 1 2009

  • Thru 6: Nats still trail 2-1, now raining

    Jordan Zimmermann pitched well, but the Nats squandered a bunch of opportunities to get to Marlins ace Josh Johnson. And now we're in a rain delay. Published July 1 2009

  • Thru 3: Marlins take 2-1 lead

    Jordan Zimmermann was dominating on the mound but slipped up in the third. The Nats have wasted opportunities against Josh Johnson. Nyjer Morgan and Sean Burnett are here. Ryan Zimmerman is having some major trouble in the field. Published July 1 2009

  • Dukes sent to Class AAA [updated]

    Nationals option slumping outfielder to Syracuse; Morgan and Burnett expected to arrive just before gametime. Published July 1 2009

  • "The baseball gods really do hate us"

    After a rain-shortened, 7-5 loss to the Marlins, Adam Dunn may know what he's talking about. Published July 1 2009