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Joe Maddon returns to his roots

From the Los Angeles Angels to the Rays, to the Chicago Cubs and now back to the Angels, Joe Maddon is not done with his career yet. During the offseason, he signed a three-year contract with the L.A. Angels as the team’s new manager. Maddon’s first professional experience was with …

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Angels are retooled and hopeful heading into 2020 season

Los Angeles Angels' Mike Trout, left, and Shohei Ohtani watch batting practice during spring training baseball practice, Monday, Feb. 17, 2020, in Tempe, Ariz. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)

Mike Trout. Anthony Rendon. Shohei Ohtani. The Los Angeles Angels are not lacking star power. They have perhaps the best player ever leading their team, along with one of the best third basemen in the MLB and a new-age Babe Ruth. Yes. pic.twitter.com/ZJI2yqprot — Los Angeles Angels (@Angels) February 19, …

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Nationals Clinch First World Series in Franchise History

Cinderella story complete. The Washington Nationals are the 2019 World Series Champions. At one point this season, the Nationals were 19-31 and were on the verge of selling some of their best assets at the trade deadline. Fast forward to October, the Nationals clinched a wildcard berth and beat the …

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Unstoppable Nationals on cusp of making franchise history

Who could have predicted that the Washington Nationals would be up 2-0 in the world series against the Houston Astros? A majority of that sentence would have sounded insane midway through the season. The Nationals were sitting with the same amount of losses as the Detroit Tigers on June 1. …

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Nationals Take Commanding 2-0 Lead Over Astros

The Washington Nationals are off to a dream start in the fall classic. With Gerrit Cole and Justin Verlander starting Game 1 and 2 for the Houston Astros, Washington would probably have been satisfied with one win. The Nationals showed why they are the hottest team in baseball defeating the …

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Nationals Set for World Series

Despite the chaos that always consumes Washington, D.C., there is something D.C. residents can get excited for: baseball. The Washington Nationals have gone from wild card team to postseason darlings through the month of October. On Tuesday night, the Nationals will play in their first ever World Series game. It’s …

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Nationals Shock Dodgers in NLDS, Will Face St. Louis In NLCS

The Los Angeles Dodgers have represented the National League in the World Series the past two seasons. That will not be the case in 2019. The Washington Nationals fell into a 3-0 deficit early but were able to rally behind some clutch hitting. Stephen Strausburg struggled out of the gates …

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Yelich, Trout Headline 2019 MLB All Star Game in Cleveland

The National League will look to rock the “Rock and Roll Capital of the World” by winning the 2019 MLB All-Star Game in Cleveland, Ohio and put an end to the American League’s six-year All-Star Game winning streak. The Rosters Neither team made changes to their starting lineups. All replacements …

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Nationals Get Revenge on Marlins, Win 7-0

After defeating the Washington Nationals (10-3) Monday night 6-1 and snapping their own four game losing streak, the Miami Marlins (4-8) probably expected another big win Tuesday evening. There was a big win last night, but it wasn’t by the Marlins. The Nationals bounced back after Monday night’s loss to dismantle the …

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