Dernell Stenson

#63LF,
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 230
Bat: L
Throw: L
Born:
College: None
Birth Place: LaGrange, Georgia
Draft: 1996 3rd round by the
  • Nationals’ lineup for 2nd of 3 with Reds in D.C. + Murphy keeps hitting homers...
    Federal Baseball

    Nationals’ lineup for 2nd of 3 with Reds in D.C. + Murphy keeps hitting homers...

    Daniel Murphy went 1 for 4 with a home run and a walk in last night’s extra-innings win over the Cincinnati Reds, leaving him with a .344/.399/.581 line, 21 doubles, 13 HRs, 23 walks and 30 Ks in 67 games and 296 plate appearances on the season. Murphy hit a 1-1 fastball from Reds’ reliever Michael Lorenzen out to right field in the sixth. Murphy’s 13 home runs are one short of his season-high from his time with the Mets when he hit 14 in 538 PAs in 2015. He hit 13 in 697 PAs in 2013, and 12 in 556 back in 2009. Last season, of course, he set a career-high with 25 in 531 PAs, and he’s on his way to matching that mark. Dusty Baker was asked after the Nationals’ come-from-behind, 6-5 win over the

  • Instant Replay: Diamondbacks 9, Phillies 2
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    Instant Replay: Diamondbacks 9, Phillies 2

    WASHINGTON -- Michael Taylor homered twice among his four hits, Trea Turner finished 5 of 5 with a walk and the Washington Nationals beat the Cincinnati Reds 18-3 on Saturday. Daniel Murphy had four RBIs for the Nationals. His three-run double highlighted the six-run second inning and Taylor's two-run homer capped a four-run fourth inning. Taylor added a solo shot in the sixth. Turner, Ryan Zimmerman, Matt Wieters each drove in two runs. All of Turner's career-high five hits were singles including run-scoring hits in the second and eighth. Washington led 13-0 as Joe Ross (4-3) blanked the Reds until Patrick Kivlehan's pinch-hit home run in the sixth. In his first appearance since Aug. 28, Homer

  • Yardbarker

    Evaluation of the New York Yankees starting rotation

    The New York Yankees have had a pitching dilemma for quite some time now. There is a lack of consistency in the rotation and what one starter does tends to give a polar opposite effect to another pitcher. At no point this season has every starter in the rotation been in tune with one another to form problems for opposing lineups. Without a doubt these starters all have the capability and potential of achieving this. Understandably so, it is inevitable that someone does not pitch their best game and the opponent capitalizes on that. For touted “ace” Masahiro Tanaka, that has unfortunately been his nightmare all season. CC Sabathia looks revitalized and is pitching as good as I have seen him in