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Topic - Potomac
Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper played his first minor league rehab game Tuesday night for Class-A Potomac, going 1 for 1 with a double, a walk and a run scored.
Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper made his first rehabilitation assignment Tuesday night for Single-A Potomac, going 1 -for 1 with a double, a walk, and a run scored.
For two weeks and two days starting late next month, the Rockville Hilton will be the chess epicenter of the country as Maryland Chess Association officials plan five major events in the space of 16 days, including a strong open tournament featuring former U.S. champion Gata Kamsky and Potomac-based former world senior champ GM Larry Kaufman.
When Washington left fielder Michael Morse strolled out of the Potomac Nationals' dugout Tuesday to take batting practice, the 6-foot-5 slugger looked out of place among his temporary teammates at Pfitzner Stadium.
The rains finally arrived, and even though we prayed for the wet stuff, a lot of anglers feared a lengthy downpour would raise and muddy water levels. It didn't happen.
When Maryland leaders redrew the state's congressional map last year to give Democrats a better shot at winning the long-conservative 6th District, observers predicted it would yield the state's most competitive race of the 2012 election season.
To see Rafael Martin bouncing around the fields at the Arizona Fall League is to see him living a life he once thought was impossible.
Have you wondered why in the past several days local meteorologists continue to remind us that it is very hot?
Derek Norris sat in the visitor's dugout, staring at the ground with a grim look. As his teammates headed to the clubhouse, the Nationals' top catching prospect was joined by hitting coach Troy Gingrich of the Harrisburg Senators and the two sat in silence in a near-empty park.
WOODBRIDGE, Va. — Ross Detwiler lost 6-4 in his D.C. area debut, but the Washington Nationals" first-round pick showed why the organization expects him to be a staple in its big league rotation.
The Old Town Trolley Tour Bus is stopped in the middle of Ohio Drive NW, causing a congested line of cars and coaches to wrap all the way around the Jefferson Memorial. The passengers lean out the windows, digital cameras in hand, capturing the foreign spectacle set against the tableau of postcard familiarity.