Pirates

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There's a bit of a misnomer circulating around the region that this weekend's Battle of the Beltways marks the first time winning baseball teams from Washington and Baltimore have ever fa

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Something about the Nationals Thursday night looked, well, uncomfortable.

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The mostly uninspiring history of the Nationals is littered with pitchers whose mission was simple: Keep the ball down in the zone, induce groundballs and pray their defense could finish the job.

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The first standing ovation came as Adam LaRoche stood on second base, his bases-clearing double having just given the Nationals a comfortable lead over the Pirates they would not relinquish, the sc

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The last time Erik Bedard took the mound, the left-hander lasted all of eight pitches before departing with back spasms.

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