Week In Review: July 21-27


From the darkest nights of despair, to the slightly less dark twilight of winning a few games after losing six straight. At least we know the Nats aren’t going winless after the All-Star break, right? If you’re a masochist, feel free to read this post. In case you missed it, here’s this week in review:

Jul 28, 2013; Washington, DC, USA; Denard Span (2) is congratulated by Anthony Rendon (6) after scoring a run during the second inning against the New York Mets at Nationals Park. Mandatory Credit: Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports

Sunday, July 21st

Injury Insights: Detwiler, LaRoche, Mattheus

Moments That Mattered: Tough Times

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Monday, July 22nd

Zimmermann Implodes As Nats Get Swept

Nats Welcome Bucs To Town Hoping For Improved Offensive Showing

Nationals Fire Hitting Coach Rick Eckstein

Tuesday, July 23rd

Late Rally Not Enough As Pirates Edge Out Nats, 6-5

Moments That Mattered: Put Up A Fight

Jordan Aims To Stop Nats’ Skid Against Pirates

Wednesday, July 24th

Pirates Drop Nationals 5-1

AJ Cole Promoted To Double A Harrisburg

Detwiler To See Back Specialist; Could Miss More Time

Moments That Mattered: Just Keep Digging

Harper And Desmond Sit In Game Three Against Pirates

Thursday, July 25th

Nats Fall To Pirates Again

Moments That Mattered: Not Close, And No Cigar

Harper’s Walk-Off Helps Nats Avoid Worst Loss Ever

Moments That Mattered: Get The Defibrillator

Friday, July 26th

No new posts.

Saturday, July 27th

Storen Optioned To Triple A

Moments That Mattered Game 1: No Comment

Zimmerman’s Heroics Help Nats Split Doubleheader

Moments That Mattered Game 2: Mr. Walkoff

Nats Look To Dan Haren To Secure Series Split

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