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on Wed Jan 21 5:02 PM

Max Scherzer's contract with Washington Nationals finalized


Forgive Washington Nationals owner Mark Lerner if he got swept up in the scene.
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on Tue Jan 20 9:47 PM

Nationals start to look like Red Sox’ trade partner


By agreeing to terms with free agent Max Scherzer on a seven-year, 210 million contract that reportedly includes 105 million that will be deferred until 2022-28, the Nationals can, in all likelihood, afford to sign the former Cy Young Award winner...
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on Tue Jan 20 4:28 PM

History to determine soundness of Scherzer investment


The Nationals took a flying leap into uncharted waters on Sunday night, when they agreed to a seven-year, $210 million contract with free-agent right-hander Max Scherzer. It's the first big-money, long-term deal for a pitcher in team history,...
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on Mon Jan 19 10:19 AM

Stacking the Nats' new rotation against history


With Max Scherzer reportedly on board, the Nationals have added to an already stacked starting rotation. Scherzer joins Stephen Strasburg, Jordan Zimmermann, Gio Gonzalez and Doug Fister in what is arguably baseball's best collection of starters,...
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on Sun Jan 11 11:14 PM

Roy Halladay takes Twitter photo with unsuspecting fan | MLB


Roy Halladay took a photo with a fan and posted it to Twitter on Sunday. Pretty typical story, right? The only problem was that the fan didn't even know. MORE: Haren expected to stay in Miami | Spring training dates[1][2] Halladay was out and...
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on Tue Dec 30 10:49 AM

Baseball's best: Ranking pitchers based on 10-year WAR totals | MLB


Just like hitters have 500 home runs and 3,000 hits as traditional benchmarks for the Hall of Fame, so too do pitchers have the 300-win club. No number, though, is an automatic ticket to Cooperstown, nor should it be. One thing that should be...
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on Fri Dec 26 11:33 AM

Raptors' Kyle Lowry on failed trade to Knicks: 'Essentially, I was gone'


Lowry on failed trade to Knicks: 'I was gone'
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on Sat Dec 6 8:37 PM

Determination bears fruit for starter-turned-reliever Miller


Andrew Miller's recent success bears testament to his determination. He dealt with six years of failure, but was able to reinvent himself enough that he signed a four-year, $36 million free-agent contract with the Yankees as a late-inning reliever.
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