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Voodoo dolls and chest pains: The infamous MLB history Patrick Corbin is staring down

Aaron Judge is on pace to break the single-season American League home run record and Albert Pujols is closing in on 700 career homers but another, more dubious, milestone has a chance of happening in the coming weeks.  Nationals lefty Patrick Corbin, 6-18,...

Stephen Strasburg not sure if he’ll ever pitch again: ‘Big question mark’

Stephen Strasburg is not sure he’ll ever pitch in the major leagues again. The Nationals’ former ace detailed his career-threatening injuries, and subsequent rehab, that has limited him to just one start this season with the Washington Post. “I feel like every time I’ve...

Juan Soto’s ‘challenging’ Padres experience is going from bad to worse

Juan Soto is struggling in San Diego. The star outfielder, who was traded from the Nationals to the Padres at the deadline in early August, has not yet found his footing at the plate. Fans have sprinkled in some boos over the disappointment. Compounding...

Nationals vs. Cardinals prediction: An upset is the MLB pick today

The Nationals will upset the Cardinals on Thursday afternoon in St. Louis.

‘Grown man steals baseball from little girl’ at Nationals game

Talk about a cold move. During the Nationals’ 7-5 win against the A’s on Thursday, a grown man in a Juan Soto jersey intercepted a ball from a young girl — and her mom didn’t seem happy. The heartless moment occurred while Nationals...

Unexpected day off comes with Mets benefits ahead of Pirates series

PITTSBURGH — Like many working folks the Mets received a holiday Monday, but this Labor Day break wasn’t planned.  The tarp remained on the field at PNC Park, and before the Mets and Pirates could get too far into pregame routines, a morning decision...
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