Apr 03

Player Profiles: Lardarius Webb

90px-Ladarius_WebbWhen looking at the Baltimore Ravens and thinking about players with overall talent and skills one player is usually always in the conversation, that’s Lardarius Webb.  Webb is a Ravens cornerback and punt returner making big plays on both defense and special teams. Webb has been not just one of the best cornerbacks on the Ravens but one of the best corners in the NFL when healthy.
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Apr 02

Jackson to Washington: Splash or Crash?

20140329-145700.jpgDeSean Jackson’s free agency crash course has now come to an end. After less than a week after being released by the Philadelphia Eagles, Jackson has found a new home in the nations capital. From the moment he was released, several teams showed high interest in him, notably the Bills and Raiders, with Washington being the front runners.

A few days before his signing, he had what you could call a faithful meeting with RG3 in LA. Griffin, along with many other players for Washington seemed to show a strong interest as well in their long time rival.

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Apr 01

Capitals recall Brown

The Washington Capitals have recalled forward Chris Brown from the Hershey Bears. Brown has a goal and an assist in five games with the Capitals this season.

Brown has played well so far for the Capitals, mostly playing on the fourth line.  Brown has used his size to his advantage and has played very physical.  The Capitals acquired Brown in this trade with the Phoenix Coyotes.

Here is the Capitals press release on Brown.
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Apr 01

Watch: Recap Orioles beat Boston 2 to 1

Apr 01

Watch: Cruz on his Orioles debut

Baltimore Orioles outfielder Nelson Cruz had himself a great first game as an Orioles. Cruz had the game winning home run for the Orioles.

Mar 31

Orioles Opening Day LIVE BLOG!!!

Chris TillmanHappy Opening Day Baltimore Orioles fans!! Today I will be doing a live blog of all the action, I will be giving updates throughout the game. To start here are the starting lineups for today’s game against the Boston Red Sox.

Baltimore Orioles

Nick Markakis RF
J.J. Hardy SS
Adam Jones CF
Chris Davis 1B
Nelson Cruz LF
Matt Wieters C
Delmon Young DH
Ryan Flaherty 3B
Jonathan Schoop 2B

Chris Tillman SP
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Mar 31

Patrick Wey vs Rich Clune

Patrick Wey takes on an experienced fighter in Rich Clune and he loses badly. At first Wey holds his own but at the end Clune knocked him out. Wey had to leave the game.

Win: Clune

Mar 31

Nationals Opening Day 25-man Roster

File:9TH Bryce Harper.jpgThe Washington Nationals have released their 25-man opening day roster and there are not too many surprises. With Doug Fister being placed on the 15-day DL,Tanner Roark and Taylor Jordan both made the roster. Roark and Jordan were battling this spring for the 5th spot in the rotation. Both will be in the rotation until Fister comes back. Unsurprisingly Stephen Strasburg will be on the mound Monday in New York for opening day, while Roark will start in the home opener.

In an anonymous poll of MLB players Bryce Harper was voted the most overrated player in baseball. It’s hard to believe that a rookie of the year could be considered overrated.  Harper needs to have a great season if he wants to shut up his haters. Harper had a sub par spring hitting .239 with 2 hrs in 46 abs.
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Mar 30

Capitals recall Brouillette

The Washington Capitals have announced that they have recalled Julien Brouillette from the Hershey Bears today.  The Caps are playing back to back games and could use fresh legs.

Here is the Capitals press release.

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Mar 30

Orioles press release on 25-man roster

530px-Wei-Yin_Chen_on_May_10,_2012_(1)I recently posted the Baltimore Orioles final 25-man roster, which can be found here, go there for my thoughts and opinions.  The Orioles just released this press release on the 25-man roster and it included every roster move.

Here is that press release.
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