Washington Nationals (51-45, second in the NL East) vs. Atlanta Braves (59-40, first in the NL East)
by: Jeremy Cluff, Arizona Republic — The Arizona Republic 16h
As we wait to see if the Diamondbacks will make any moves before the 2019 MLB trade deadline, look at the best trades in the history of the franchise.
by: The Associated Press — Wisconsin State Journal 19 Jul
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by: Jeremy Cluff, Arizona Republic — The Arizona Republic 18 Jul
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by: Jon Tayler July 18, 2019 — Sports Illustrated 18 Jul
Just forget we said "the Nationals’ 2019 season is a plane nose-diving into a nuclear power plant." It's better now.
by: The Associated Press — Wisconsin State Journal 18 Jul
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by: Jeremy Cluff, Arizona Republic — The Arizona Republic 17 Jul
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This series between the Washington Nationals and Baltimore Orioles was once a good rivalry, and MASN hyped it as the “Battle of the Beltways” which was a catchy moniker for the main event if it was a heavyweight fight. On … Continue reading →
by: Mark Zuckerman — MASN 17 Jul
BALTIMORE - The top four in the Nationals’ rotation have been as good as advertised, maybe even better than advertised, so far this season. Max ...
by: The Associated Press — Wisconsin State Journal 17 Jul
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by: Jesse Dougherty — Washington Post 17 Jul
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by: Jeremy Cluff, Arizona Republic — The Arizona Republic 16 Jul
The Arizona Diamondbacks' Robbie Ray is suddenly among the hottest names of players potentially on the MLB trade market.
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