Author Archives: Mick Reinhard

Kieboom, Noll, Keller, and Mapes promoted to Harrisburg

Typically, the days surrounding each league’s All-Star break are also when organizations decide to make their first significant wave of promotions throughout the system. The Washington Nationals stayed true to form with the promotion of four players from Potomac on … Continue reading

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Raudy Read makes season debut in Senators’ 3-0 win over Richmond

After slugging a career-high 17 home runs at Harrisburg last year and earning a September call-up to Washington, Raudy Read appeared on the cusp of earning significant playing time and contributing to the Nationals’ pennant hopes this season. Instead, the … Continue reading

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The third time’s the charm for Austen Williams

2018 marked the third season in a row that pitcher Austen Williams was on the Harrisburg Senators’ opening day roster. Without mincing words, the previous two stints did not go well for the 6-foot-3 right-hander. As part of the starting … Continue reading

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Adam Eaton eyes imminent return to the Nationals in first rehab game

There’s an old adage in baseball that goes “the ball always finds you”. Usually it’s reserved for players who aren’t particularly good defenders or who are having a rough go of it in the field. Friday night at FNB Field, … Continue reading

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Daniel Murphy and Brian Goodwin both come out of first rehab game feeling good

Daniel Murphy and Brian Goodwin completed the next step in their rehab process with seven successful innings in the field and four plate appearances each. Both said the respective injuries felt good after their first minor league game action. After … Continue reading

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The Curious Case of Yadiel Hernandez

While a couple of teenagers, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and Juan Soto, were putting on an impressive hitting display Thursday night at FNB Field, 30-year-old Yadiel Hernandez went 2-for-4 including his team-leading seventh home run of the season. For those unfamiliar … Continue reading

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Brady Dragmire twirls one-hit gem on way to 7-1 win

The last time Brady Dragmire appeared in front of the home crowd at FNB Field, the right-hander pitched through snow squalls on his way to a no-decision against Reading. Saturday night, Dragmire was the one that froze Altoona’s bats as … Continue reading

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