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In their opening exhibition game against the New York Mets, the Nationals got their first look under major-league conditions at 18-year-old wunderkind Bryce Harper, whom they are counting on to be one of their cornerstones in the not-too-distant future.
With the Washington Capitals struggling to recapture last year's on-ice performance, Capitals General Manager George McPhee made a splash at this year's trade deadline, landing both New Jersey Devils center Jason Arnott and Florida Panthers defenseman Dennis Wideman in separate deals Monday.
Bryce Harper has made his much-anticipated spring training debut with the Washington Nationals, striking out twice in a game against the New York Mets.
Mike Bibby has reached a buyout agreement with the Washington Wizards, freeing him from the last-place team after just two games.
Blackhawks defenseman Jordan Hendry will have surgery to repair a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee.
Auburn running back Eric Smith has been dismissed from the team for violating team rules.
Nervous? Not at all. Bryce Harper said he was perfectly comfortable during his much-anticipated debut with the Washington Nationals _ maybe even too comfortable.
Louisville sophomore forward Rakeem Buckles will miss the rest of the season after tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee.
The joke in NASCAR has long been that most races are scripted to satisfy the suits in the scoring tower high above the track. If it were true _ and, to be clear, it's not _ then NASCAR needs to give its writers a raise.