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Adam LaRoche

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  • Belt's homer ends postseason's longest game as Giants edge Nats, 2-1, in 18 innings

    WASHINGTON With one massive swing of the bat, Brandon Belt ended a historic filibuster at Nationals Park. The first baseman blasted a solo shot to the second deck in the top of the 18th inning, leading the San Francisco Giants to a thrilling 2-1 win on...
  • Game 2 starter Hudson explains his comments

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - San Francisco Giants - INSIDE PITCH WASHINGTON - San Francisco Giants right-hander Tim Hudson will only have to talk to his catcher, for the most part, on Saturday when he takes the mound for Game 2 of the National...
  • Rookie Panik pushes Giants to opening win

    Rookie Panik pushes Giants to opening win
    WASHINGTON -- There was much made over the first postseason start for Washington Nationals pitcherStephen Strasburg, who was shut down in 2012 because of an innings limit and did not appear in the playoffs that season. But Joe Panik, a rookie who was...
  • Notebook: Nats turn to Fister in Game 3

    The Sports Xchange Notebook: Nats turn to Fister in Game 3 WASHINGTON -- Doug Fister, acquired in a trade with the Detroit Tigers before the season, will start for the Washington Nationals in Game 3 on Monday in San Francisco. The tall right-hander was...
  • Giants hold off Nationals, capture 3-2 victory in series opener

    WASHINGTON Stephen Strasburg lit up the radar gun. Jake Peavy painted the corners. The artist won. Peavy gave up just two hits in 5 2/3 shutout innings Friday, and the Giants held on for a tense 3-2 win over the Washington Nationals, stealing a game on...
  • Giants bullpen continues its postseason roll

    WASHINGTON The numbers said Sergio Romo was in a tough spot, but Romo doesn't care much for numbers. He doesn't worry about tough spots, either. With Javier Lopez and Jeremy Affeldt having already pitched, manager Bruce Bochy let Romo face the left-...
  • LaRoche Powers Nats Over Mets

    Nationals 4, Mets 2: Adam LaRoche hit a three-run homer in support of Tanner Roark's third straight victory as Washington remained hot by defeating visiting New York. Roark (15-10) allowed two runs and five hits without a walk over 6 1/3 innings before...
  • Two-out hits sink Koehler, Marlins

    Two-out hits sink Koehler, Marlins
    Let's face it, the last vestige of Miami Marlins playoff hopes left on the ambulance cart with Giancarlo Stanton last week in Milwaukee. This weekend at Marlins Park, the National League East champion Nationals are playing for home-field advantage....
  • Dodgers lose a marathon, 8-5, to Nationals in 14 innings

    Baseball, such a stupid game. Such an impossible, wonderful, completely insane game. It was all that and still more on a surreal Wednesday afternoon at Dodger Stadium. It wasn’t one game, it was about seven. Had more twists than 10 Agatha Christie...
  • Dodgers can't go the distance in loss to Nationals, 8-5, in 14 innings

    Dodgers can't go the distance in loss to Nationals, 8-5, in 14 innings
    KEY MOMENT: A one-out throwing error by Justin Turner opened the door for Washington, which broke open a tie game with three unearned runs in the 14th inning. Ian Desmond started the rally by reaching on the error. He moved to second base on a walk, to...
  • Dodgers hope they won't be left longing after long day at office

    Dodgers hope they won't be left longing after long day at office
    Call it dramatic. "It was a roller coaster ride. Ups and downs," left fielder Carl Crawford said of the Dodgers' 8-5, 14-inning loss to the Washington Nationals on Wednesday, a game that took five hours and 34 minutes and every position player on...