IT WAS OUR YEAR

Okay so back in 2017, I casually wrote that it was the Capitals year, which ended up not being the Capitals year in typical Capitals fashion. Flash forward to 2018, the Capitals had a very average year. So far gone are the days of run and gun hockey, leading the league in goal differential, and […]

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Ryan Zimmerman, DC GOAT

Ryan Zimmerman, who just became the franchise leader of home runs hit a few weeks ago,  has been in DC for as long as I (and most people) can remember. And while he has been one of the premier baseball players in a Nationals uniform, last season was definitely a year for him to forget.  His batting […]

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The 7th Inning Stretch with Dan Kolko

Any baseball organization is made up of many different parts from the management, to the players, to the staff both game day and front office, just to name a few. I think one of the most overlooked part of any baseball family is its broadcasters. Most fans never really notice how great the talent is […]

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MLB Auctioning, What?

Major League Baseball (MLB) offers a wide array of game used, autographed, or other various baseball memorabilia up for auction. Think of it as a baseball themed eBay, with the primary difference being that the money goes to charity. Seems like a pretty good system, right? At the end of the day business is business. […]

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Baseball is Boring, They Said.

Before we get to the “action” we have to acknowledge that Tanner Roark pitched seven shut out innings, the Nationals bullpen showed some grit, including Shawn Kelley pitching out of a bases loaded 8th and Koda Glover with his nasty slider. On the Giants end, Matt Moore looked pretty good as well, although the final […]

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The 7th Inning Stretch with David Ledbetter

Professional athletes are subjected to all sorts of stereotypes, some truer than others. Often you hear that there’s always that hot shot (who thinks his stuff doesn’t stink and to be fair it often does not), the utility guy (who is not the best hitter but helps the team immensely otherwise), good baseball IQ guy […]

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Ugh, Tim Tebow.

Okay, so when news of Tim Tebow signed to the Mets, my reaction was vaguely similar to all of people here. Pretty much:   And then I had a minute where I thought, “Alright, let us not get too hasty to snap judgments, let us see what is about to unfold.” I thought to myself, […]

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Shatt-All In- Kirk

Trade deadlines, next to a Game 7, is the day where fans are filled with the most anxiety at any given point of the season. “Who is my team going to give up?” “Where is (such and such) going?” “OMG WHAT ARE WE DOING!? Well the Capitals gave us one of those reactions this year […]

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Bittersweet Goodbye

Major League Baseball is the oldest of the 4 major professional sports leagues, and there is no doubt that they have changed the game in many ways since its inception in 1869. With that being said, the recent changes to the MLB rules have definitely made many people scratch their heads. Following the idea to […]

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The 7th Inning Stretch: Alex Katz

Every Major League Baseball team has 25 various players on the team at any given time. When they can expand the roster, they add 15 more players. Those are the people that you see on your TV every day and those are the players you get to know. But when you really think about an […]

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