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LOVERRO: D.C. finds itself entering Steroid Zone

Of course the Washington Nationals have been implicated in a steroids controversy. It was the Seventh Sign, the missing piece of Nightmare on South Capitol Street. Published May 28, 2009

LOVERRO: 'Battle of the Beltways' needs more ammo

I asked Nationals president Stan Kasten if he had any gamesmanship ready this weekend to spice up a series between two last-place teams and named after two roads that cause suffering every day. Published May 23, 2009

Loverro: Owning up to the real problem

The Baltimore-D.C. area is strong enough to support two teams, and any notion to resurrect that old argument is misguided and misinformed. Published May 22, 2009

LOVERRO: Rock the Red fades to black

It hurts. I know it hurts. You were all worked up about Game 7 against the Pittsburgh Penguins on Wednesday night. Everyone was. The whole town was buzzing. Published May 14, 2009

Thom Loverro: Pressure peaks for Nats at '9B'

Everyone is anticipating the knock-down, drag-out fight that will begin one month from Wednesday between the Washington Nationals and agent Scott Boras over everyone's projected No. 1 draft pick and future Hall of Famer, pitcher Stephen Strasburg. Published May 6, 2009

Lange brings boxing relevance back to D.C.

Any list of sports franchises in the D.C. area starts with the Redskins and includes other prominent clubs like the Capitals and Nationals. Then there are the not-so-prominent outfits like the Washington Freedom and D.C. Armor. Published May 1, 2009

LOVERRO: Home-ice advantage is as clear as a bell

The Capitals' home-ice advantage of the 2009 season didn't seem to be there for them when they dropped Games 1 and 2 at home in this series. But it was in all its glory Friday night. Published April 25, 2009

Thom Loverro: Fretting a missed opportunity

After three straight losing seasons, a Southeast Division championship and a dramatic season-ending run to the playoffs certainly qualifies as a success. Published April 15, 2009