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Topic - Ronnie Belliard
The Washington Nationals apparently decided one of their most-marketable commodities approaching the trade deadline actually is more valuable to them for the long haul.
With eight days remaining until major league baseball's trade deadline, there has been a lot of talk from the Washington Nationals about trying to build a championship club as quickly as they can.
MIAMI — One starting pitcher was derailed by long fly balls while the other thrived by keeping them on the ground.
On the day before the All-Star break, the Washington Nationals registered their biggest inning of the first half of the season.
THE WASHINGTON TIMES The runners were on first and second, there were no outs in the ninth and the Washington Nationals were on the cusp of completing a comeback that had been unfathomable earlier in the night when they trailed the Detroit Tigers by eight runs.