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The Washington Nationals are not concerned there will be lasting effects of third baseman Ryan Zimmerman's left shoulder injury. Nor are they concerned there will be lasting effects of catcher Paul Lo Duca talking about it on television.
Dukes didn't find any immediate answers yesterday for his recent struggles. But in providing the winning run in the Nationals' 7-6 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers, he showed even more reasons why he can be so dangerous. On Baseball: After further review, replay may be coming MLB point-counterpoint
Washington's offense came from some unlikely sources but not enough to mute a few mistakes from starter John Lannan. The end result was a 5-2 victory by the Brewers, evening the four-game series after two games.
Elijah Dukes is learning how to hit a breaking ball. He's learning how to control his temper. He's learning how pitchers are baiting him to chase a pitch out of the strike zone. The problem is, Dukes' lessons are being absorbed through a prolonged slump
Wily Mo Pena's long-awaited first homer of the season surely had to be an encouraging sign to emerge from the Nationals' 5-1 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers.
The Washington Nationals gave Matt Chico nearly two months to work out his troubles in the big leagues, both out of the rotation and the bullpen. The club finally decided the 24-year-old left-hander would be better served finding himself in the minors.
Washington Nationals right fielder Austin Kearns will undergo arthroscopic surgery to remove loose bodies in his right elbow today. He is expected to miss three to four weeks.
"A call to action" is how Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig described former Sen. George Mitchell's devastating steroids report, vowing, "I will act." This must be the most disingenuous statement in the history of baseball. Mr. Selig should resign before the first pitch is thrown on the 2008 season.