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Ranking the Senators’ MVP – Part I: 55 to 41

As part of our recap of the Senators’ season, an annual tradition around these parts is to list all of the players and where they would rank as the team’s MVP for 2013 by what they contributed to the team’s successes and … Continue reading

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Name That Tune (Update)

A month and a half ago, we posted the Senators’ walk-up music and we thought it was time for an update. Check out the original list, since what follows is just any changes, additions, or ones we didn’t have the … Continue reading

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Game Notes & Quotes – 5/30

Aeros 3, Senators 2 (15) • Lost in the 15-inning marathon is the great game Blake Treinen threw as he scattered seven hits, allowed one lone run, and struck out three over seven innings. On most days lately that would … Continue reading

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The Rock Cats Might Still Be Batting

Rock Cats 16, Senators 8 On top of New Britain 5-0 after 3 1/2 innings, the Senators appeared to be in control of Monday night’s game behind starter Paul Demny as he cruised through the Rock Cats the first time … Continue reading

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Sandy Leon Can’t Carry the Senators to Victory by Himself

Aiming for their fifth straight win, the Senators struggled against the Phillies’ top prospect pitcher Jesse Biddle, but relied on late-game heroics by Sandy Leon to erase a two-run deficit with one swing and send the game into extra innings. … Continue reading

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Clay Blanks Curve to Halt Skid

Behind an exceptional start by Caleb Clay and stellar work by three relievers, the Senators shutout the Altoona Curve 4-0 in the second game in their four-game set. Clay scattered four hits and struck out five in his six scoreless … Continue reading

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Projected Roster Version 3.0

As spring training heads into its final few weeks, the Senators’ roster for the upcoming season is coming more into focus. I previously took two guesses (here and here) at the 25 players who’ll come north with the ballclub, but … Continue reading

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Projected Roster Version 2.0

Later this morning in Viera, Florida, pitchers and catchers will trot out to the backfields of the Space Coast Stadium complex for the official start to Nationals spring training. Instead of waiting to hear which player is in the best … Continue reading

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Projected Roster Version 1.0

Players are about a month away from their report date and spring training is right around the corner. Why not take a first stab at what the Senators’ opening day roster might look like? Without any kind of insider information, … Continue reading

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Ranking the Senators’ MVP – Part II: 44 to 28

44. Jonny Tucker – After Tucker’s 2011 season ended prematurely when he was injured crashing into the outfield wall, it was nice to see him get the chance to redeem himself in 2012. He began the season with the Somerset … Continue reading

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