Antonio Osuna

#13RP,
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 227
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born:
College: None
Birth Place: Sinaloa, Mexico
Draft: Undrafted
  • Bryce Harper doesn’t think or want to talk about stride-free swing + Nats’ lineup for finale with D-backs...
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    Bryce Harper doesn’t think or want to talk about stride-free swing + Nats’ lineup for finale with D-backs...

    Bryce Harper’s 25th home run of the season traveled 467 feet to center field in Chase Field. Harper got all of a 3-2 curve from Arizona Diamondbacks’ lefty Anthony Banda, but wasn’t all that interested in talking about the fact that it came on a dialed back swing, where he eliminates his stride. “I don’t really think about it,” Harper said when asked about his dialed back approach. “Really just trying to go up there and get a good pitch and drive it, and that worked.” But seriously, does eliminating the stride help in two-strike counts? Harper has put up a .283/.364/.555 line in two-strike counts so far this season, and, the Nationals’ PR team noted on Twitter, 12 of Harper's 25 homers this season

  • Best of MLB: Dodgers lose injured Clayton Kershaw, beat Braves in 10 innings
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    Best of MLB: Dodgers lose injured Clayton Kershaw, beat Braves in 10 innings

    Though they still have the worst record in the majors by 3½ games, the 34-62 Phillies aren't playing like the worst team in baseball right now. Not from an offensive standpoint, not from a starting pitching standpoint, not from a bullpen standpoint. The Phils' offense stayed hot Sunday afternoon in a 6-3 win over the Brewers, their fourth win in five games and sixth in the last 10 (see Instant Replay). Nick Williams homered again, Howie Kendrick had a very Howie Kendrick-like at-bat with the bases loaded, Jerad Eickhoff spun a quality start and the trio of Pat Neshek, Joaquin Benoit and Luis Garcia sealed the win. The Phillies have scored at least five runs in seven straight games, which is something

  • "It looked like Tanner’s back, big time."
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    "It looked like Tanner’s back, big time."

    Tanner Roark snapped a five-start (and six appearance) winless streak last time out on the mound, earning the decision in Washington’s 14-4 victory over Cincinnati in Great American Ball Park. Roark gave up four hits, three walks and three runs (none of them earned) in six innings of work in that outing, earning his first win since June 4th in the process. Over his previous six outings before that win, the 30-year-old righty was (0-4) with the Nationals 0-5 in his starts, in which Roark had an 8.78 ERA, 13 walks, 20 Ks, and a brutal .358/.422/.558 line against in 27 2⁄3 innings pitched. He finished up the first half with a relief appearance against the Atlanta Braves, which Nats’ skipper Dusty