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Topic - Corey Brown
Corey Brown spent the majority of his 2013 season at Triple-A Syracuse and missed a month early in the year due to an oblique injury. Because of the time lost, he only appeared in 107 minor league games before getting the call to Washington in early September.
Its spot in the Big Ten title game already assured, Wisconsin now gets a chance to prove it deserves it.
The scary part for Ohio State's opponents is that Braxton Miller is still learning the offense.
The Washington Nationals came as close as they ever have to a playoff berth on Wednesday evening.
The end of Stephen Strasburg's season was the beginning of a wild, stormy day at Nationals Park Saturday.
When the Washington Nationals move on past the shutdown of Stephen Strasburg, left-hander John Lannan figures to be the guy to fill in the necessary starts for the rest of the regular season. Lannan is still expected to join the rotation, but he won't necessarily be just stepping into Strasburg's turn.
There aren't too many people out there who still don't know what Jordan Zimmermann can do on the mound. Not too many who haven't heard that, despite being less heralded than some of his rotation mates, his talent and consistency could rival any in the game.
The Washington Nationals' list of serious injuries to key players got longer Sunday when they put shortstop Ian Desmond on the disabled list with a tear in his left oblique.
Steve Lombardozzi reached into the back of his locker to find the glasses. Protected in a carrying case with a hard shell and foam inside, he handled them delicately. The Nike Strobe glasses go for around $500 per pair, so Lombardozzi is sure to be gentle with them.
The Washington Nationals have activated outfielder Michael Morse from the 15-day disabled list.
It took almost three months, but Washington outfielder Michael Morse said he feels totally back to normal — so much so that he was put in the Nationals' lineup for the first time this season.
As the Washington Nationals' were paring their spring training roster, preparing for their first round of cuts Monday, third base coach Bo Porter saw Corey Brown's name on the list and put in a plea to keep him.
A booster says he's responsible for envelopes containing $200 in cash given to three Ohio State football players that led the NCAA to suspend them for two games apiece, a newspaper is reporting.
The Nationals spent nine weeks at the start of the season running out a lineup that didn't include their best player.
The Washington Nationals completed their 2011 roster expansion Tuesday, adding right-hander Brad Peacock and infielder Steve Lombardozzi, along with right-handers Yunesky Maya, Craig Stammen, left-hander Atahualpa Severino and outfielder Corey Brown.
"It's real big. We, at the end of the season, want everybody to look at us as the best team in the Big Ten even though we can't go to the Big Ten championship game," Buckeyes receiver Corey Brown said. "As of right now, we are the best team in the Big Ten. There's no doubt about it. Obviously, a win this week going there will give us another big road win. We went to Penn State, we went to Michigan State. Another big road win, it'll be no question who's the best team."
"Obviously you can see the talent we have on this team," Brown said. "It's tough to really pitch around anybody. I was fortunate to be in the right place at the right time. It felt good I was able to get the job done."