Good Wednesday Morning Washington Nationals Fans,
Here are the latest headlines and analyses around the Washington Nationals and Major League Baseball for Wednesday, November 3, 2021. Thank you for starting your day with us.
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Leading today’s Morning Briefing: Braves win 1st World Series title since 1995
Last night, the Atlanta Braves won their first World Series title since 1995 due to some impressive hitting and pitching. Max Fried went six scoreless innings in which he allowed just four hits with no free passes and six strikeouts. The Braves starting rotation was able to patch together some impressive wins after Atlanta Braves Game 1 starter Charlie Morton fractured his right fibula.
The Braves’ Joc Pederson made his mark in more ways than one. First, there were the pinch-hit homers in Games 1 and 3 of the National League Division Series against the Brewers — both off Adrian Houser — which made him the third player in history with two in a single postseason series and tied the record for a postseason career. Click here for a recap of the game and the series.
Tweet De Jour: Washington Nationals Congratulate Atlanta Braves and Zing the Houston Astros in this epic tweet.
Must-Have: Local Washington D.C., artist John Yim who is best known for his depictions of various Washington Nationals as Marvel superheroes have created another masterpiece, this time of Ryan Zimmerman aka Employee #11. Purchase yours today by clicking here.
Washington Nationals Coaching Staff Comes into Focus… Nationals Hire Former New York Met’s third-base coach Gary DiSarcinac.
As the majority of the Baseball world is focused on the World Series, the Nationals have been busy improving their coaching staff, and yesterday, the Nationals and Dave Martinez are putting the finishing touches on his staff for 2022. According to the Washington Post’s Jesse Doughtery, the Nationals are planning on hiring former New York Met’s third-base coach Gary DiSarcinac and Eric Young Jr. for the team’s first-base coach.
It’s been two years since Washington D.C., and Nationals fans took the streets to celebrate the city’s first World Series in 95 years.
It’s good to celebrate amazing moments in your life especially with the rough patch, Nationals fans are about to embark on. Today is one of those moments that if you experienced it will never leave you. Two years ago, Washington D.C. and Washington Nationals fans took to the streets of D.C. to celebrate the city’s first World Series in 95 years, and boy does it feel like it was a lifetime ago. Read our full article here.
Washington Nationals’ Jacque Coleman on Her Journey from the Front Desk to the Front Office via Sports Illustrated
Can Voth still develop into reliable reliever for Nats? via MASN Washington
Cleveland Dismantling The 80-Foot ‘Indians’ Sign at Progressive Field via Bleacher Nation
How a Major League Baseball lockout would work this winter via The Athletic