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    Re: NLDS: Washington Nationals vs. St. Louis Cardinals

    Quote Originally Posted by 35Knucklecurve View Post
    Gonzalez is one of those guys who does not hide his emotions and I guess it took him a while to settle down.

    Wainwright's curve was lethal. I can't recall anytime this season where Harper looked that bad. I'm going with 'da Nats in 4.
    Harper struck out 5 times in the game Petttitte started this year in DC. The Yankees fed him a steady diet of breaking balls that entire series and he struggled. I think other teams took notice because his stats actually started to decline a bit after that game.
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    Re: NLDS: Washington Nationals vs. St. Louis Cardinals

    Quote Originally Posted by NelsonMuntz View Post
    Harper struck out 5 times in the game Petttitte started this year in DC. The Yankees fed him a steady diet of breaking balls that entire series and he struggled. I think other teams took notice because his stats actually started to decline a bit after that game.
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    Re: NLDS: Washington Nationals vs. St. Louis Cardinals

    5-1 St. L in the 3rd. 7 hits allowed by Zimmerman, doesn't seem to have it today.
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    Re: NLDS: Washington Nationals vs. St. Louis Cardinals

    our old buddy christian garcia is in the game now for the nats
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    Re: NLDS: Washington Nationals vs. St. Louis Cardinals

    Back to back jacks by Zimmerman and LaRoche. 7-3 Cardinals.
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    Re: NLDS: Washington Nationals vs. St. Louis Cardinals

    I hate the cards and i really want the nats to win to be honest.

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    Re: NLDS: Washington Nationals vs. St. Louis Cardinals

    Amazing catch by Jon Jay. Ran into the outfield wall and still held onto the ball.
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    Re: NLDS: Washington Nationals vs. St. Louis Cardinals

    Two run bomb by Beltran. 9-3 St. Louis after 6.
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    Re: NLDS: Washington Nationals vs. St. Louis Cardinals

    It's actually 8-4 Cardinals unless the score is wrong on tv. Young kid Harper just tried to do too much and win this game all on his own and helped end the 6th early. Nationals scored one run that inning on a sac fly.
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    Cards blowing it open..now 11-4.

    I'm not rooting for or against either team but now that I live in DC I have to say it would be sweet for the Yanks to meet the Nationals in the WS. I would represent down here at Nationals stadium during the series.
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    Curtain call? Uncalled for. The game's not over. The series is not over. Plenty of time for Beltran to lose the series with the bat on his shoulder.

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    lol..yea that was a little much. Oh well, Cardinals even series 12-4. Lets hope this goes to 5.
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    Hopefully the Nats win this in 2 more games. Hate the WC.
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    Re: NLDS: Washington Nationals vs. St. Louis Cardinals

    Quote Originally Posted by 26 and counting View Post
    Amazing catch by Jon Jay. Ran into the outfield wall and still held onto the ball.
    They must have replayed it a dozen times and my head hurt after each one. I expected them to have to cart him off the field.

    Nats back down to earth......c'mon guys, re-group and revenge time.
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    Re: NLDS: Washington Nationals vs. St. Louis Cardinals

    Jackson starting tomorrow, he can be real hit or miss... got destroyed last time out against the Cards, but he also had a stellar start against them earlier this year. Kind of like Burnett, let's hope the get good Edwin tomorrow.

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    I don't understand why this Cardinal's team is playing so well. They're without Carp/Pujols/Berkman
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    Re: NLDS: Washington Nationals vs. St. Louis Cardinals

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    I don't understand why this Cardinal's team is playing so well. They're without Carp/Pujols/Berkman
    They have the highest OPS+ in the NL, they've gotten great years from Craig, Freese, Molina, Beltran, and Holliday. They're pitching is solid overall as well.

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    Re: NLDS: Washington Nationals vs. St. Louis Cardinals

    Quote Originally Posted by MoVaughnEatsAlot View Post
    Jackson starting tomorrow, he can be real hit or miss... got destroyed last time out against the Cards, but he also had a stellar start against them earlier this year. Kind of like Burnett, let's hope the get good Edwin tomorrow.
    If Jackson lays an egg the Strasburg (mis) handling discussions are going to start to resurface with renewed intensity, and for good reason.
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    Re: NLDS: Washington Nationals vs. St. Louis Cardinals

    Quote Originally Posted by snapple View Post
    I don't understand why this Cardinal's team is playing so well. They're without Carp/Pujols/Berkman
    Pretty sure Carp is back for them.
    Beltran & Craig did a good job covering a lot of what Pujols & Berkman did last year.
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    Re: NLDS: Washington Nationals vs. St. Louis Cardinals

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    If Jackson lays an egg the Strasburg (mis) handling discussions are going to start to resurface with renewed intensity, and for good reason.
    The Nats are having one of those seasons that come along once (if he's lucky) in a player's career. I'm not saying they're going to revert back to the doormats of the NL East, but the chances of having everything fall into place, plus some luck when they needed it, are very slim. I think if you asked any player if he'd risk having his career short in order to have a real shot at a ring, most of them would take it.
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    Re: NLDS: Washington Nationals vs. St. Louis Cardinals

    Are the nats going to regret shutting down Straz?

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    Re: NLDS: Washington Nationals vs. St. Louis Cardinals

    Quote Originally Posted by 35Knucklecurve View Post
    The Nats are having one of those seasons that come along once (if he's lucky) in a player's career. I'm not saying they're going to revert back to the doormats of the NL East, but the chances of having everything fall into place, plus some luck when they needed it, are very slim. I think if you asked any player if he'd risk having his career short in order to have a real shot at a ring, most of them would take it.
    Yep. My sentiments exactly.
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    Frank Robinson just threw out the first pitch for the Nats, and it occurred to me ... he could be doing this for three different teams in this postseason. I wonder who asked and how he decided.
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    Re: NLDS: Washington Nationals vs. St. Louis Cardinals

    Harper just missed a two run HR about 20 more feet or so and nats would of had the lead.

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    Re: NLDS: Washington Nationals vs. St. Louis Cardinals

    Quote Originally Posted by 35Knucklecurve View Post
    The Nats are having one of those seasons that come along once (if he's lucky) in a player's career. I'm not saying they're going to revert back to the doormats of the NL East, but the chances of having everything fall into place, plus some luck when they needed it, are very slim. I think if you asked any player if he'd risk having his career short in order to have a real shot at a ring, most of them would take it.
    I think the Nats are set up great next year. The only players they are potentially losing to FA are LaRoche & Jackson. Pretty sure everyone else of any import is under conract, arb eligible or pre-arb. They should be a one of the heavy favorites next year in the NL East with young roation headed by Gio, Jordan and that Strasburg kid.

    That said, I'd have ridden Strasburg this year myself and worry about next year, next year.

    If I was a Nats fan, I'd feel much more confident with Starsburg on the hill tomorrow than Detwiler, that's for sure.
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