Source: Washington Post
Something about these Washington Nationals has changed. They have morphed from a compelling bunch, a feel-good story that could fade away, into the most lethal team in baseball. They were ascendant when they relied solely on the game's best pitching staff. Now they have a deep lineup to match, an offense that can erase a deficit at a moment's notice. Now they are dangerous.
The Nationals flaunted their newfound pop in a 6-5 victory Saturday over the Arizona Diamondbacks, their eighth straight win and 12th out of 13 on the road. The Nationals limped into the middle stages Saturday night trailing by a fistful of runs, starter Edwin Jackson searching and their winning streak at peril. Their offense once rolled over. Now they wear you down and knock you out.
Welcome to Sports Rumor Mill - Sports News & Rumors!
Sports forum & discussion about the latest sports rumors from the NFL, NBA, NHL, MLB and more. Talk about rumors from your favorite team.
You are currently viewing our community forums as a guest user. Sign up or
Having an account grants you additional privileges, such as creating and participating in discussions.