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Nats Pitcher Stephen Strasburg's Delivery

Hello Everyone! I’m back after slacking off for some time now, and DCist decided to use this composite for their article calling out the Nats for the second half. I hope that these Nats images, and some images from Caps development camp will kickstart the creative juices getting me going on this blog again.

aka the Affable Mad Bomber

Dunn really got his arms extended!

Bernadina flies home

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Reliever Tyler Clippards pitching motion

Reliever Tyler Clippard's pitching motion

WeLoveDC used this image as part of its Weekend Flashback for 9/25 – 9/27. I shot these during the Nats 100th loss of the season, then combined the 5 consecutive together using GIMP, a free open source image editing program (because I can’t afford Adobe Photoshop right now). These types of images take quite a while to put together, but if they were shot well provide a unique look at action.

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It was close, but the bullpen blew it again!

It was close, but the bullpen blew it again!

That’s right baseball fans, the Washington Nationals have lost 100 games two years in a row. I had the privilage of  being there to see thanks to some free tickets courtesy of the American Red Cross. It was actually a very good, although ridiculously long, game, but in true Nats fashion the bullpen couldn’t do what they needed to do. Fortunately, going to a baseball game is much easier win or lose, when you live within walking distance, so whether or not they’re even competitive next year I’m sure I’ll see my share of games. Enjoy some pictures below of other things at the stadium besides the game (I’ll give you a hint: the theme is “things to distract you from the bad play”)

Cheerleaders! aka the Nat Pack

Cheerleaders! aka the Nat Pack

Beer!                                     and peanuts

Beer! and peanuts

Food! and Beer! (yes, there is a Five Guys in the stadium)

Food! and Beer! (yes, there is a Five Guys in the stadium)

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