1. 2014 MLB Playoffs: Making a Case for the Washington Nationals as Your New Team

    You're a fan without a nation. The 2014 MLB Playoff field is set , and while you mourn your beloved New York Yankees from your home probably nowhere near New York, you need a surrogate team...

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  2. Zimmerman Aware His Future Is Likely at First Base

    WASHINGTON -- There has been talk that Nationals slugger Ryan Zimmerman could be playing first base on a regular basis next year. If that's the case, it would mean Adam LaRoche may not be back with the team...

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  3. Abreu, Alfonzo Among Hitting Coach Candidates

    The Mets are expected to announce “limited” changes to the coaching staff in the coming days. One of those changes is expected to be a new hitting coach, with Lamar Johnson reassigned...

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  4. Nats, like Zimm, are under-the-radar good

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  5. Asche Looks to Improve in 2015 After First Full MLB Season

    Phillies infielder Cody Asche's locker wasn't completely packed for the winter after Sundays game yet he already was looking ahead to 2015.....

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  6. Fredi Gonzalez Sees 'Growing Pains' in Atlanta Braves' Frustrating Season

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  7. Complete 2014-15 Atlanta Braves Offseason Preview

    MLB ’s regular season ended Sept. 29. How did the Atlanta Braves fare? Well, let’s just say the second half of the Braves’ season didn’t match the success of the first half...

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  8. Atlanta Braves' Free-Agency Shopping List

    With the 2014 MLB regular season having come to a close, the Atlanta Braves are officially in offseason mode...

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  9. Jordan Zimmermann's No-Hitter Highlights Nationals' Dominant Postseason Staff

    Given the kind of firepower the Washington Nationals have in their starting rotation, it was just a matter of time before their starters had everyone's attention in October. Jordan Zimmermann , however, decided to start the party a few days early.

    Zachary D. Rymer Written by Zachary D. Rymer about 3 days ago 12,688 reads 17 comments

  10. Nats Likely to Announce Rotation Thursday

    Nationals manager Matt Williams said this week he needed to see how Jordan Zimmermann's bruised shoulder fares on Sunday before determining the team's postseason rotation. On Saturday, Williams delayed that announcement even more...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 3 days ago 67 reads 0 comments

  11. Span Sets Nationals' Single-Season Hits Record

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  12. Howard Hasn't Considered Future Outside of Philly

    Ryan Howard said Sunday morning he has not considered his future in Philadelphia, which means he had not given much thought to the possibility Sunday could be his final game with the Phillies ...

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  13. Diekman Closes out Season with 100th Strikeout

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  14. 9 Reasons the Mets Will Be Much Better Next Season

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  15. Colon Posts 15th Win, Reaches 200 Innings in Game 162

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 3 days ago 715 reads 0 comments

  16. Duda Caps Breakout Year with 30th Home Run

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 3 days ago 230 reads 0 comments

  17. Stanton Could Begin Contract Talks Soon into Offseason

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  18. A.J. Burnett Will Undergo Hernia Surgery, Still Undecided About His Future

    Phillies starter A.J. Burnett pitched through pain for five and a half months, suffering an inguinal surgery in mid-April...

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  19. Second-Place Mets Believe First Place Is a Year Away

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  20. B.J. Upton's Season Ends with Club Strikeout Record

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  21. Harang Interested in Returning to Braves in '15

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  22. Freeman Sets Braves Season Record for Innings Played

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  23. Phillies Know Changes Coming After Last-Place Finish

    PHILADELPHIA -- The Phillies had cleaned out their lockers and packed their things into boxes long before they played Sunday's season finale at Citizens Bank Park...

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  24. Phillies Waste Another Cole Hamels Outing in Finale

    Cole Hamels said he waited for the blood to come pouring out of his mouth or nose after a grounder grazed his mouth in the second inning of Sunday's 2-1 loss to the Braves in the 2014 season finale...

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  25. Braves Close Out Rough September with Win

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