Ian Stewart

#103B,
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 215
Bat: L
Throw: R
Born:
College: None
Birth Place: Long Beach, California
Draft: 2003 1st round (10th pick) by the
  • Turner 5 for 5; Taylor 4 for 5, 2 HRs in Nationals’ 18-3 win over Reds...
    Federal Baseball

    Turner 5 for 5; Taylor 4 for 5, 2 HRs in Nationals’ 18-3 win over Reds...

    One night after a hard-fought, come-from-behind, walk-off win over the Cincinnati Reds, the Washington Nationals won a laugher, taking the second game of three in Nationals Park by a score of 18-3 on Saturday afternoon. The NL East-leading Nats collected 19 hits and scored 18 runs in their second straight win over the Reds, with everyone pitching in. Trea Turner and Michael A. Taylor’s contributions stood out from the rest, with the Nationals’ 24-year-old shortstop going 5 for 5 on the day with a walk and four runs, and the 26-year-old outfielder going 4 for 5 with a double, two home runs, and four runs scored. Turner’s five-hit game and free pass took him from a .262/.297/.413 line on the year

  • Honda Road Ahead: Can Cubs slow down Nationals bats?
    CSN Chicago6 hours ago

    Honda Road Ahead: Can Cubs slow down Nationals bats?

    MIAMI – Injuries keep weighing the Cubs down as the defending World Series champs keep trying to finally take off this season. The right shoulder that has been bothering Addison Russell off and on since at least spring training grounded the All-Star shortstop during Sunday’s 4-2 loss at Marlins Park, exiting with what he described as a “sharp, pinching pain.”        “I definitely know when I can go and when I need to shut it down,” Russell said. “There’s a difference between whenever you’re trying to work through something or you’re working against something. “I don’t think that there’s anything wrong with my shoulder. But I definitely want to make sure, so I have that (peace of) mind.” Russell

  • Rays designate Norris for assignment, will activate Ramos
    MLB Daily Dish

    Rays designate Norris for assignment, will activate Ramos

    The Rays have designated catcher Derek Norris for assignment and will activate fellow catcher Wilson Ramos from the 60-day disabled list on Saturday, according to Roger Mooney of the Tampa Bay Times. Norris, 28, had been trying to resurrect his career with Tampa Bay after being released by the Nationals at the end of spring training. Norris slashed a dismal .186/.255/.328 last season for the Padres before being traded to the Nationals in the offseason. He wasn’t much better with the Rays, hitting only .188/.242/.347 in 52 games. In addition to his struggles at the plate, Norris is being investigated by Major League Baseball after an abuse allegation fromhis former fiancee Kristen Eck. In six