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Ian Desmond was bothered more by his running gaffe than he was by the replay review that overturned his inside-the-park homer and switched it to a ground-rule double.
One day into the season, Washington is suddenly without its starting catcher and the man tabbed to be the cleanup hitter, at least early in the season. It was another blow to a player who appeared in just 25 games in 2012 after sustaining a torn ACL in his right knee and 78 games in 2013 when lingering hamstring issues limited him all season.
Rendon drove home a tying run in the bottom of the seventh inning and his three-run home run in the 10th inning put the game out of reach in a wild 9-7 Washington victory.
The Nationals stayed alive in their season opener against the Mets and went on to win in extra innings, thanks in no small part to one very impressive, very patient trip to the plate.
Country star Jason Aldean made a surprise announcement on Thursday night: Adam LaRoche has joined Twitter.
Stuck in left field since he joined the Nationals in 2012, Tyler Moore is getting a chance to play his natural position, first base, this spring.
He still rolls his eyes at the term, but Ryan Zimmerman remains the face of the Nationals. Nothing else about the franchise has been as steadfast since the team arrived in the District in 2005 than the man who has occupied third base for almost a decade. The day may come soon, though, when Zimmerman has to switch positions.
Nothing seemed to go right for Nationals first baseman Adam LaRoche in 2013. After exploding in May, a rare strong beginning to the season for a notorious late starter, LaRoche faltered. For three months he struggled to find the form that led to a brilliant 2012. His weight decreased almost to 190 pounds, what he weighed as a teenager and into his early 20s. That sapped some of his power. So did bone chips in his elbow that finally became noticeable in September. LaRoche needed offseason surgery to correct that problem
Sporting a thick beard that would make his Duck Dynasty pals jealous, Nationals first baseman Adam LaRoche is ready for a fresh start in 2014.