This was a truly glorious day for the Nationals, updates on Adam Eaton’s injury notwithstanding. They romped to a 23-5 victory over the Mets, setting a franchise scoring record and providing a platform for Anthony Rendon to stage an all-time great offensive performance.
Washington Nationals fans should stop, take a deep breath, and realize just how good they've got it. In the history of MLB there haven't been many better or more exciting stretches than the Nats' last week-plus: nine straight wins, six of them by a single run, and four of the last five, including last night's,…
Among the things I learned about Anthony Rendon from this Washington Post article, it's that the young Nationals infielder doesn't seem to like baseball all that much.
A fan in the first row in left field at Citizens Bank Park took Anthony Rendon's screaming line-drive home run right off his head in the fifth inning of tonight's Phillies-Nationals game.