Virginia McLaurin can't be stopped!! The 107-year-old -- who famously danced with President Obama AND the Globetrotters -- hit up the Washington Nationals game Thursday night and busted out some moves with manager Dusty Baker! Virginia was…
The Nationals skipper is the 17th in history to reach the milestone.
Nats Manager Dusty Baker told the slumping MVP: 'Don't do nothing. Just concentrate. Watch the game.'
Dusty Baker: "I'm just hoping he doesn't get that dreadful disease of home-run-itis. So just get back to yourself Ben."
How would Dusty Baker get out of a slump like Harper's?
"I’m really surprised how he’s been better because I know he’s been hurting after the death of his grandpa," Dusty Baker said.
Sabermetrics dismisses old-fashioned thinking about lineup construction. The Nationals’ manager doesn’t care.
MLB may institute rule changes regarding walks and the strike zone to increase pace of play. The Nationals manager had thought about that.
Several starters will sit Saturday night as Dusty Baker sends a new-look lineup against the Marlins ace, and tries to combat road trip fatigue.
The Nationals left fielder is looking more comfortable in the field, and his move to the top of the order seems to have sparked him at the plate.
Dusty Baker explained the move.
The Nationals manger mixed up the batting order ahead of the Mets series, moving Werth to the two-spot.
Dusty Baker is using his tweaked lineup again: Jayson Werth hitting second and Anthony Rendon at sixth.
Long known more for his people skills, Washington’s manager is gaining his players’ support for his tactical decisions as well
Daniel Murphy will bat behind Bryce Harper when Washington faces former Nationals ace Jordan Zimmermann on Wednesday.
A fine from MLB might not be Bryce Harper’s worst punishment if he acts out again.
When asked about Joe Ross’ dominance this season, Washington Nationals manager Dusty Baker elected to offer a simple explanation. “He’s good,” he said of the Washington starting pitcher. “It’s simple as that. He works the strike zone. Show More Summary
Washington Nationals manager Dusty Baker is a fan of Bryce Harper. And, apparently, corporal punishment. "Will I have to spank him sometimes? Maybe," Baker said of his star outfielder Tuesday, a day after Harper was ejected from a 5-4...Show More Summary
"Probably what he did and said was wrong. But, I mean, how many people say and do wrong things every day?" wondered Dusty Baker.
Washington Nationals manager Dusty Baker doesn't plan to change his lineup after reigning National League MVP Bryce Harper reached base seven times without recording a single hit on Sunday. “I thought about it hard and long, but a few days doesn’t merit you switching it up,” Baker said, per Chelsea Janes of the Washington Post. Show More Summary