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Nationals starter Joe Ross is making quite an impression as a pinch hitter

The pitcher's hitting prowess gives Manager Dusty Baker another offensive option off the bench.

Anthony Rendon out of Nationals lineup with sore neck

Dusty Baker said his third baseman could be available "in an emergency," but hopes not to use him Tuesday night.

The First High Five Recorded in the History of Sports

6 days agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

In 1977, Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Dusty Baker scored a home run, inspiring a joyous reaction from fellow player Glenn Burke.

Nats draft pick Darren Baker is ready for the Twitter big leagues

Dusty Baker's son has the perfect response to disparaging comment about being drafted by Washington.

Kirk Cousins’ cousin drafted by the Washington Nationals

Keep the family close! The Washington Nationals’ draft has been all about family. Not only did they pick a one-time batboy and son of manager Dusty Baker, but now they’ve added to the Washington, D.C. family tree. In the 20th round,Show More Summary

The Nationals drafted Darren Baker, the cute batboy from the 2002 World Series

He’s all grown up and playing on his dad’s team! The Washington Nationals used their 27th round pick in the MLB draft to pick Darren Baker, son of Nationals manager Dusty Baker and one-time very small, very cute batboy. Darren became famous after he was saved by Giants first baseman J.T. Show More Summary

Dusty Baker says he told you so: 'The save by committee don’t really work'

The Washington Nationals manager didn't mince words, saying he wants to add a "bona fide closer."

Anthony Rendon, Matt Wieters get days off Wednesday

Dusty Baker will rest some regulars in the series finale against the Braves

Ryan Zimmerman out of Nationals lineup again Monday vs. Atlanta Braves

Zimmerman's absence has caused Dusty Baker to go away from his usual lineup, including hitting Bryce Harper second.

Miller: Time for baseball to deck the ‘brawls’

The moment was so combustible that, apparently, the civility necessary to defuse it existed solely beyond the realm of sports. “Probably only Martin Luther King or Gandhi,” Washington Nationals manager Dusty Baker said, “would have turned the other cheek and not done something reactionary.” Baker likely was right, although it’s hard to know for sure […]

For Nats, extending Dusty Baker would be a minor move with major symbolism

When the manager arrived, the team was underachieving and the clubhouse was in turmoil. Baker has changed that with a simple formula — winning.

Dusty Baker wants to manage next season. The Nats haven’t offered him an extension.

Unlike many teams, Washington typically handles managers’ contracts one year at a time.

Dusty Baker on Koda Glover and Yasiel Puig: 'There's a lot of testosterone out there'

Plus, lineups, and why Dusty called Wednesday afternoon's matchup "the getaway day game of the year."

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