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Wilson Ramos remembers the day well. It was nearly a year ago that his career changed.
The rain has ended, but the flood of harsh words from the Washington Nationals, Potomac Nationals owner Art Silber and Prince William County hasn't stopped.
Yes, Bryce Harper is still 18 years old. That's easy to forget after his first three months in the minor leagues elevated his legend to levels that would make Paul Bunyan blush.
Taking a long-awaited next step in his progression from former No. 1 overall pick to major league baseball player, Bryce Harper was promoted from low Single-A Hagerstown to Double-A Harrisburg on Monday.
Bryce Harper's impressive stats earned the teenager a Fourth of July promotion Monday, moving on to Double-A as part of the Washington Nationals' measured approach with last year's No. 1 overall draft pick.
Jim Riggleman was the first domino on the Washington Nationals coaching staff to fall when he decided to leave the team after last Thursday's game. Bench coach John McLaren was next after winning his only series as interim manager. On Friday, first base coach Dan Radison became the final domino as he was let go from the team.
Tanned and relaxed, or at least appearing that way, Davey Johnson fits in effortlessly in a dugout under the California sun.
The Nationals play their first home game under Davey Johnson on Friday, and his 0-3 record since taking the helm hasn't diminished our giddiness by one iota. Did you know his 1986 New York Mets had five losing streaks of three or more games en route to winning the World Series?