Michael Jenkins recaps the Nationals' win over St. Louis, which came thanks to home runs from Bryce Harper and Danny Espinosa.
Shortstop Danny Espinosa delivered the game-changing play on offense for the Nationals in a 2-1 victory over the Cardinals on Thursday. With the game even at 1-1 in the seventh, Espinosa launched a Mike Leake fastball over the right field fence giving the Nationals their first lead of the game. ... Read More
I have gone to two Nats game as a paying customer this season. One was Teddy Roosevelt window cling night, and one was Bryce Harper bobblehead night. I’m planning on going to another upcoming game. It’s Max Scherzer bobblehead night. This implies that I might like acquiring toys more than watching world-class athletes compete against […]
Nationals' infielder Danny Espinosa grew an epic beard during spring training. He did it in large part for his individual picture, the one that would
Washington Nationals superstar outfielder Bryce Harper has been suspended for one game for his actions on Monday against umpire Brian Knight. Mark Zuckerman of NASN Sports quoted MLB’s senior vice president of standards and on-field operations, Joe Garagiola Jr., who said that Harper’s suspension is for “his actions following his ninth inning ejection, which included returning...
Bryce Harper was ejected during the 9th inning of the Washington Nationals’ 5-4 walk-off win over the Detroit Tigers on Monday, but he got the last word in the form of a huge F-bomb dropped on umpire Brian Knight. Harper was upset with a strike call that punched out teammate Danny Espinosa to start the bottom of the ninth and couldn’t believe he had been ejected. The next batter...
CHICAGO — Only one player in the National League has been hit by as many pitches this season as Danny Espinosa, who has attracted six errant deliveries this season. At one point during this weekend’s series against the Cubs, Espinosa was hit in three of four plate appearances. Why? Espinosa believes his position in the order explains some […]
The Washington Nationals are no longer using a photo of a bearded Danny Espinosa on the jumbotron during home games, and the shortstop as well as his fans do not seem too pleased about the development. At the start of the season, the photo used for Espinosa when he was up to bat showed him with a bushy beard: Danny Espinosa looks like one of the Soggy Bottom boys in his lineup...
Washington Nationals second baseman Danny Espinosa tried to do a baseball-themed baby gender reveal, but it didn’t go as planned. TMZ has the video of Espinosa attempting to bust open a stroller-shaped pinata with a baseball bat. But when the major leaguer makes contact with the pinata, it goes up into the tree it was hanging from. Espinosa’s swing had a little too much on it...
Danny Espinosa is one determined fellow. And we aren't just talking about the hardihood with which he grew a mustache that could double as a character on "The Muppets."The 28-year-old was drafted by the Washington Nationals as a shortstop but has predominantly played second base in his six years in Washington. Per The Washington Post, Espinosa is looking toward 2016 as his opportunity...
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