Last nights loss was the Nationals fourth straight. With the Atlanta Braves 5-2 win last night, the Washington Nationals set a new season-high with four straight losses. Things just arent bouncing the Nats way right now, Dusty Baker told reporters after the second straight loss in SunTrust Park.
A look at what's happening all around the majors Sunday: WELCOME First baseman Matt Adams is expected to join the Braves in time for their game at SunTrust Park against Washington. Atlanta acquired Adams this weekend from St. Louis, hoping he can help fill the void left by injured star Freddie Freeman — the All-Star was hitting .341 with 14 home runs when he was hit by pitch Wednesday, breaking his wrist and sidelining him for 10 weeks. Adams hit .292 with a homer and seven RBIs coming off the bench this season for the Cardinals. WE COOL? The Yankees and Rays resume at Tropicana Field, a day after their game included three hit batters, three ejected and an animated argument by New York manager
Good morning Monday. I’m still disturbed over last night’s Twin Peaks revival. With MLB at the quarter-mark, Jay Jaffe takes stock of the season so far and how the Cubs are struggling more than a defending champion should. Will Leitch lists the three most disappointing teams so far this year, and the Cubs didn’t even make the list. The Mets are one of the teams that did make that list, but Paul Lebowitz doesn’t see the point in firing manager Terry Collins. Collins is now the longest-tenured manager in Mets history, by the way. Mets third baseman David Wright has had a setback in his recovery efforts. I don’t even have to cut and past that one anymore. I’ve got it on a macro. I know this isn’t