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This Day In Washington Baseball History...

Another in a series of posts looking back on Washington, DC Baseball History...

Who Wants To Play For The Washington Nationals? PLUS: Winter League Updates...and This Day In DC Baseball History.

Running down the rumors involving the Washington Nationals and wondering if baseball will ever work in the nation's capital? Plus Winter League Updates and a history lesson.

Washington Nationals: Weekend News In Review...Rule 5, The MLB.com Top 50, and A Clue in The Federalbaseball.com Mystery.

A quick look at the Nationals' past Rule 5 picks, another look at MLB.com Top 50 Prospects List...and a possible answer to the Federalbaseball.com Mystery...

A Federalbaseball.com Mystery/Correction...Who Scored The Last Senators' Run? A Challenge For DC Baseball Fans.

Federalbaseball.com is all about accuracy...sometimes, but at least this time, as we look into an error that made it into print and try to solve the mystery of who scored the last Senators' run?

This Day in Washington Baseball History...

(The Continuing Attempt To Educate A Montreal Fan About DC Baseball History...) Dennis Higgins, (a cousin of current White Sox' third baseman Joe Crede), pitched two seasons for the Washington...

This Day in Washington Baseball History...

The Continuing Attempt To Educate A Montreal Fan About DC Baseball History introduces us to Ossie Bluege, who appeared in every postseason game in DC baseball history.

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