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League News: Details For Opening Day 2020

It's time to hear Let’s Play Ball! Here are the details for Opening Day 2020

MLB Releases The 2021 Schedule

Major League Baseball released the 2021 Regular Season schedule.

Let’s Play Ball: 2020 Guidelines And Information

From health protocols, scheduling and spring training details here is the latest news for the new MLB Season 2020.

League News: Players Union Rejects MLB’s 60-Game Proposal, MLB Commissioner Now Expected To Set Schedule.

After weeks and weeks of negotiations between Major League Baseball and the Major League Players Union, they still don't have a deal.

Decision and Findings of the Commissioner in the Red Sox Investigation

Commissioner Rob Manfred handed down discipline regarding the investigation into the Red Sox sign-stealing investigation on Wednesday

The Morning Briefing: Nationals’ No. 2 prospect Luis Garcia hits a two-run home run in spring training loss

There are only 25 days until MLB Opening Day 2020 and 32 days to the Washington Nationals Home Opener at Nationals Park! There are 137 more days until the 2020 MLB All-Star Game in LA.

Special Report 1: The Houston Astros Sign Stealing Scandal

The baseball world was rocked on Monday, January 13th when the Commissioner of Baseball Robert D. Manfred, Jr. released a nine-page report on the findings of an investigation of the 2017 Houston Astros Sign Stealing scandal.

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Nationals agree to terms with Josh Harrison

Today, the Washington Nationals have signed infielder and vet Josh Harrison

GameNotes Special Edition: World Series Game #2

In an 8-3 win last night, Clayton Kershaw set the tone for the Dodgers in the first World Series Game of 2020.

GameNotes Special Edition: World Series Game #1

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Would Yadier Molina be a fit for the Washington Nationals?

With Kurt Suzuki un-likely to return to the Washington Nationals, we take a look at some other catchers that could fill the void.

The Morning Briefing: A New Pitching Coach and Mr. Washington Nationals: Ryan Zimmerman

Martinez, who just agreed to his own multi-year extension in September, seems to be using the leverage he now has with job security to make his own coaching staff decisions after having most of his original staff hired for him when he took over as a rookie manager in 2018.