WaPost: Bud Selig involved in MASN dispute talks, still no resolution in sight

Washington Post reporter James Wagner has an update on the, "... ongoing talks between the Baltimore Orioles and Washington Nationals about the two teams’ longstanding dispute over the value of the Nationals’ television rights fees."

Davey Johnson Literally Stopped To Smell The Roses

A fan shares a story about seeing Davey Johnson at the Nationals LA hotel on Tuesday.

Espinosa, Bernadina to play in World Baseball Classic

A handful of players in the Minor League system made team rosters, as well

Get a Nats Virginia license plate

You can now get a Nationals Virginia License plate.

"How Washington became National treasure" - ESPN Stats & Info

From's Stats & Info blog via Mark Simon: "The United States have had 13 different presidents since a baseball team from Washington D.C. made the postseason. This year’s Nationals franchise is the first since the Senators did Franklin Roosevelt proud by winning the AL Pennant in 1933. "Let’s take a quick look back at how and why they got to this point." LINK to Story.

Washington Nationals vs Atlanta Braves Featured On NBC Sports Network's Caught Looking

Not sure you want to relive the Washington Nationals' three-game sweep at the hands of the Atlanta Braves last week, but the behind the scenes look provided by the NBC Sports Network's "Caught Looking" episode on the series might make it worth watching. Here's how they described the show in a press release: "In addition to exclusive commentary from star players on both teams, the episode features compelling in-game audio, highlighted by wireless microphones worn by Braves third baseman Chipper Jones and Braves pitcher Kris Medlen. The episode also features in-depth interviews with Nationals manager Davey Johnson, Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez, as well as profiles of Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper and third baseman Ryan Zimmerman."

Washington Nationals vs Atlanta Braves: GameThread 144 Of 162.

Having some issues getting the GameThread up on the front page, but it's published. You can join the conversation HERE or in the title link above. Sorry for any inconvenience. - The Management

LA Times' Bill Shaikin: "Stephen Strasburg surgeon clarifies role in pitcher's shutdown"

from LA Times' Bill Shaikin updated report: "Yocum also issued the following statement: 'I would like to correct the misimpression generated from today’s L.A. Times article, that I have not been a participant in discussions with the Washington Nationals regarding the recovery strategy for pitcher Stephen Strasburg. In fact, I have been contacted repeatedly and have had numerous discussions with the Nationals GM Mike Rizzo and the team’s medical personnel, as recently as mid-August. While the final decision was up to the team, as is standard practice, I was supportive of their decision and am comfortable that my medical advice was responsibly considered.'"

Scouting Report 2012 - By the Fans, For the Fans

Help make the tenth annual survey a success by providing your opinion on Nats fielders.


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