Posts tagged with MLB

Saturday, October 13th, 2012

Surpassing Expectations

By Brian Skinnell In possibly the most emotional night in D.C. sports history, the Washington Nationals playoff run ended in a dramatic 9-7 collapse to the defending champion St. Louis Cardinals. The Nationals offense finally had the outburst that everyone was waiting for in the opening innings of the game. Following a Jayson Werth leadoff […]

Saturday, October 13th, 2012

fa·nat·ic [fuh-nat-ik] noun 1. a person with an extreme and uncritical enthusiasm or zeal

As I am writing this post I am standing in a cramped metro train waiting to depart towards the East Falls Church station on the orange line. It is 1:04 AM, the car is reeking of urine and sweaty men and I’m not sure whether I’m dreaming or not but, something doesn’t feel quite right. […]

Wednesday, September 19th, 2012

The Cubs Win the World Series!

I’m just kidding, the Cubs are not going to win the World Series this year. To make myself feel better about every sad,depressing, and demoralizing season I always say “Next year will be the year” every single year, to no avail. Many know us as the “lovable losers”, in reality we are a sad and […]

Tuesday, February 14th, 2012

Time to Grow Up

Bryce Harper is simply not ready to make the jump to the MLB. While many say that his skill is currently needed on the Nationals major league roster, I say that his attitude certainly is not. All off-season we have seen Harper show his signs of immaturity. Harper is a young “stud” that skipped college […]