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Baseball History Despises the Nationals

Published by on June 4, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - MLB

The game that would have been history for Randy Johnson was rained out last night, but it will long be forgotten when the final out is recorded on Johnson’s 300th victory.

And it will be against the Washington Nationals, because baseball history seems to have a strange knack for playing out against the the city’s Boys of Summer. Particularly when it involves the San Francisco Giants.

Barry Bonds’ 756th homer? Belted out on an offering from a visiting Nationals pitcher. The befuddled hitters who will likely make Johnson the 24th pitcher in Major League history to win 300 games? They will be the home team Nationals’ hitters.

And no matter how many defining moments MASN tries to come ...

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