Has anyone asked Bryce Harper where Bryce Harper should be playing? His stats tell the story. His swing and miss rate in June is what you would expect from a poor hitting pitcher. The Nationals clearly have 3 better outfielders … Continue reading →
by: Ashley Varela — NBC Sports: Hardball Talk 16 Jun
Rijo is expected to complete the trade for Erik Katz last May.
by: Leigh Oleszczak — Fansided: KC Kingdom 16 Jun
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by: David Hill — Fansided: Call To The Pen 16 Jun
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by: ron Kerr — MASN 16 Jun
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by: Will Kubzansky — SB Nation: Federal Baseball 16 Jun
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by: Steve Adams — MLB Trade Rumors 14 Jun
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by: Barry Svrluga — Washington Post 14 Jun
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by: Shawn Cooke — Deadspin 4 Jun
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by: (AP) — Wisconsin State Journal 4 Jun
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by: N/A — MiLB: Tacoma Rainiers 4 Jun
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by: Chelsea Janes — Washington Post 2 Jun
Washington's revelation of a first baseman fouled a ball off his toe in the fourth inning.
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