The Nationals were swept by the Braves, but you shouldn’t care that much. Either way, we spend some time talking about it, the injuries to Danny Espinosa and Michael Morse, and we begin to touch on postseason rosters. We had some unavoidable ambient noise in this episode, which couldn’t be edited out. This is what happens when you don’t have the money to invest in soundproof sudios. Sorry all, and thanks for listening.
As the postseason gets closer by the day, the Washington Nationals are playing some of the most meaningful games in history. We talk about the brawl with the Chicago Cubs, possible postseason pitching situations, the 2013 baseball season, and Ryan Zimmerman’s franchise record. We also spend a lot of time on possible award winners for Cy Young, Gold Glove, Silver Slugger, and Rookie of the Year.
The Washington Nationals have clinched their first winning season since arriving in DC in 2005, and it’s only Labor Day. Meanwhile, Ross Detwiler, Edwin Jackson, and Gio Gonzalez have been wonderful, while Jordan Zimmermann has struggled. The Nats have made some September call ups, and we even talk about some cool stories across baseball. All on this episode of Nats Talk On The Go.