By Andrew P. Napolitano
The president's men trash the Constitution to pursue antagonists
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Nats or NATS can refer to:* Nat (information), the unit of information * National Air Traffic Services, the United Kingdom's main Air Navigation Service Provider (ANSP)* National Association of Teachers of Singing* Naval Air Transport Service* Next-Generation Administration and Tracking System, an Affiliate Program backend*Nihon Automobile High Technical School* Nissan Anti-Theft System* North Atlantic Track System* North Avenue Trade School* Syracuse Nationals, an NBA team currently known as the Philadelphia 76ers* Washington Nationals, the current baseball team in Washington, DC** Washington Nationals (disambiguation), any of a number of historical baseball teams - Source: Wikipedia
Faced with a choice between two No. 1-capable catchers, Nats manager Davey Johnson made an unusual call: Let's use both.
If ever there's a person who could use some good fortune, it is Ramos. Saying he had a difficult stretch doesn't do justice to what the young Venezuelan went through.
Washington opened its 2013 season Monday at Nationals Park with a 2-0 victory over the Miami Marlins. No offense to all the others who took part. The day was about The Top Pick Twins and all about The Top Pick Twins.
The sun shines brightly on Washington's first postseason baseball game in nearly eight decades, but potential gloom also pervades the premises. One more loss to the muscular Cardinals will put the Nats on the brink of wait-'til-next-year territory.
Game 1 of the National League Division Series represented meatloaf for Washington. There would be no gravy Monday in Game 2.
Use of a term such as "dynasty" is premature when applied to the Washington Nationals, who haven't won anything except respect from opponents and applause from long-suffering Washington baseball fans. But the potential definitely is there for the Nats to rule the National League East, as the Braves and Phillies used to.
Here's a prospective peek at the fun and games of 2012, with the promise that it will be a better year for somebody, somewhere.
Jayson Werth was prepared for whatever reception fans in Philadelphia want to give him in his first game back since leaving for Washington.
Ten long months ago, Ryan Zimmerman might have taken the field with this subliminal sign flashing over his head: Future of the Franchise.