Parra explained he felt down because he was struggling. Parra, at one point this season, went through a 3-for-53 stretch. Martinez dismissed the numbers and told his utility player to buck up. Parra had
But I couldn’t figure out how the Nats — as a franchise or as individuals — were going to move on constructively, still loving Parra but recognizing the impossibility of duplicating his almost magical
Former Washington Nationals outfielder Gerardo Parra reached an agreement Wednesday with the Yomiuri Giants of Japan's Nippon Professional Baseball league on a free-agent contract. ESPN reported the signing.
The Nationals, though, were ready. If they were going to win their first World Series, they were going to do it with pitching. And their pitchers had to be prepared — for everything. “It’s the worst feeling
“Any player that wins a world championship enjoys where they played and what they did,” Boras started. “And, you know, these guys were truly . . . um . . . I don’t know, I guess in the oceans of the playoffs,
Now, after they have won the World Series, there is no shortage of questions for the Nationals to address. Their pace just promises to be much steadier. The GM meetings began at the Omni Resorts here The