Friday, July 3, 2020


Kevin Cash Rays

It’s Called A June Swoon, Rays Hope To Avoid It

The Tampa Bay Rays have become first team to get back over .500 before end of May after being 9 or more games under since the 2009 Padres. Now the schedule turns to June, and the schedule makers didn't make it easy for this team to avoid the June swoon.

Harper’s Homer Helps Nationals Sweep The Marlins

Harper's Homer Helps Nationals Sweep The Marlins. Washington keeps rolling over Miami and moves closer to first place.

Nats’ Soto, MLB’s Youngest Player, Homers In First Start

Juan Soto, the youngest player in the majors at 19, has hit a three-run homer in his first career start for the Washington Nationals. A day after striking out as a pinch-hitter in his big league debut, Soto connected in the second inning against San Diego on Monday night.

Dear Palm Beach County, Please Upgrade Our Spring Training Stadium

Did you hear that the Miami Marlins and the St. Louis Cardinals baseball teams owners are unhappy with the shared spring training facility in Jupiter, Florida? But the two team owners have an idea.

Opening Day Ain’t What It Used To Be

It's opening day (yawn)   In a distant time, not so long ago, the mere mention of Opening Day was all that was needed. It was...

Dave Martinez, Former Rays Coach Now To Manage The Nationals

Dave Martinez, former Rays coach now to manage the Nationals and will likely face his mentor Joe Maddon in the playoffs.

Cubs hold on in a wild game 5, beat Washington 9-8...

Almost five hours after it began the Chicago Cubs had beaten the Washington Nationals 9-8 in front of a standing room only crowd of 42,000 fans on a cool, wet night in Washington. It was a strange game that was hard for both teams to explain but in the end, Chicago will fly to Los Angeles to face the Dodgers in the National League Championship Series.

Cubs rally past Nationals 2-1, lead NLDS 2-1 with game 4...

Moments after his go-ahead hit, Anthony Rizzo walked across the infield at frenzied Wrigley Field and shouted “Respect me! Respect me!”

Cubs Joe Maddon considering changes against Nats ace Scherzer in game...

Cubs manager Joe Maddon added some off-day intrigue to the National League Division Series by hinting he might play musical chairs with his lineup against Washington right-hander Max Scherzer for their pivotal Game 3.

Harper, Zimmerman HRs lift Nats past Cubs 6-3 to even NLDS

Things were looking bleak for Bryce Harper, Ryan Zimmerman and the rest of the Washington Nationals. They had accumulated one run and four hits through the first 16 innings of their NL Division Series against the Chicago Cubs