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Nationals beat long odds in magical World Series run
Nationals top Astros in Game 7 for first World Series title
SCOTT STINSON: Nationals' hopes dwindle as Astros get another blowout win
All the good vibes that emanated from the unlikely playoff run of the Washington Nationals have utterly disappeared in the World Series. An eight-game playoff winning streak has turned into a three-game losing streak, all of those at home. The ...
Scott Stinson: Late nights at the World Series underscore baseball's pace-of-play crisis
WASHINGTON —There has been no lack of stories in the baseball postseason. The hard-luck Washington Nationals suddenly becoming the anti-Nats and steamrolling their opponents. The tragedy of Clayton Kershaw and the schadenfreude of the New York ...
SCOTT STINSON: The Nationals and baseball bring Washington together, but country's division is never far away
WASHINGTON — On the morning of the first World Series game in the United States capital in 86 years, the usual signs of a team in the midst of an exciting playoff run were there. Red, white and blue bunting hung on patio fences and bridge ...
SCOTT STINSON: In Washington, the Nationals prepare to host the World Series game that should have been in Montreal
WASHINGTON • The only way this World Series could have put more salt in the wounds of fans of the departed Montreal Expos would be if the American League was represented by the New York Yankees. It that darkest of timelines, the Yankees would ...
Nationals making World Series history by destroying Astros to take 2-0 lead
HOUSTON – From the quaint roots at Jarry Park in Montreal, to the frustrating struggles at the less idyllic Olympic Stadium and then to the heart-wrenching departure for many Canadian baseball fans to their new home in the U.S. capital, the ...
Soto shines as Nationals get Fall Classic started in upset style
HOUSTON — The train tracks and ornamental locomotive high above the centre-field wall at Minute Maid Park can be an annoying accessory to visiting opponents. The whistle blows endlessly whenever the host Astros hit a home run, which in ...
Astros under fire for taunting female reporters about Roberto Osuna
HOUSTON — The Astros’ acquisition of former Blue Jays closer Roberto Osuna is once again under fire following an alleged outburst in the team’s clubhouse over the past weekend. The latest incident reportedly occurred after the ...
Deep-and-motivated Astros are worthy World Series favourites
HOUSTON — As the bedlam at Minute Maid Park finally started to subside in the earliest hours of Sunday morning, Justin Verlander had a victory cigar in one hand and his other arm around super-model wife Kate Upton. A good night to be him. A ...
Altuve's walk-off HR wins Astros pennant over Yankees
EditorsNote: Edit 1: Tweaks throughout HOUSTON -- Jose Altuve drilled a walk-off, two-run home run in the ninth inning to deliver the Houston Astros a heart-stopping 6-4 victory over the visiting New York Yankees on Saturday, clinching the American ...
Early homers help Yanks send ALCS back to Houston
EditorsNote: updates with quotes NEW YORK -- James Paxton pitched six gritty innings, DJ LeMahieu and Aaron Hicks hit first-inning homers off Justin Verlander, and the New York Yankees beat the Houston Astros 4-1 Friday night in Game 5 of the ...