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Washington Nationals: Apologies To Kyle Schwarber

Kyle Schwarber is single handily keeping the Nationals afloat. During this past off-season, the Nationals were in serious need of offensive upgrades. So when it was announced Washington had signed slugger Kyle Schwarber it was disappointing, to say the least. At the time, D.J. Lemahieu, J.T. Realmuto, and Marcell Ozuna were all still unsigned, while third baseman Kris Bryant and Nolan Arenado were available via the trade market. Instead, Washington opted to follow the cheaper route, settling on a one-year deal with a mutual option for 2022.
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Should we be concerned about Kyle Schwarber and his knee?

The SNY announce team covering the game was apoplectic when Washington Nationals’ skipper Davey Martinez lifted Kyle Schwarber after he went 3 for 4 with three homers over seven innings in Sunday’s series finale with the New York Mets in the nation’s capital. The list of players with four home...

Fantasy Baseball Today: Where to rank Wander Franco, most added/dropped players, Kyle Schwarber power surger

With the Tampa Bay Rays losing six straight, they finally decided it was time to promote arguably the game's top prospect in Wander Franco. He's the latest in a long line of super prospects in the mold of a Juan Soto. Of course, it's never fair to compare a player who's never taken a Major League at-bat to a superstar, but I'll do it anyway. Why? Because it's fun! You can read more about Franco below.
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Chicago Cubs could certainly use Kyle Schwarber right now

It’s not nice to kick a team while it’s (sorta) down, but boy, oh boy could the Chicago Cubs use the offensive services of Kyle Schwarber right now. With many of their stars mired in slumps, their former teammate and friend has been radioactive since being moved to the leadoff spot in Washington.

After homer frenzy, could Kyle Schwarber enter Home Run Derby?

As far as home run hitters go, essentially no one has been hotter than Washington Nationals outfielder Kyle Schwarber. After blasting three homers on Sunday -- yes, you read that right -- Schwarber now has nine in his last ten games. With 18 on the season, he is just five back of the league lead.
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Nationals' Kyle Schwarber swats homer trio in win over Mets

June 21 (UPI) -- Veteran outfielder Kyle Schwarber turned around three fastballs for home runs to lead the Washington Nationals to a win over the New York Mets in a series finale at Nationals Park. Schwarber swatted the home runs in the first, fifth and seventh innings of the 5-2...

3 Up, 3 Down: Mets Drop Three of Four To Kyle Schwarber, Nationals

So let’s hope Kyle Schwarber is done hitting homers against the Mets for the year. While not likely the case, Schwarber hit five home runs across the final two games of the four-game series against New York. He single-handedly beat the Mets over those two games, and they split the other two. Nevertheless, it’s a disappointing start to a 16-game stretch against NL East opponents, especially after winning seven of 11 games against the likes of the Cubs and Padres.
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Mets painfully ‘witnessed something pretty special’ with Kyle Schwarber

Turns out Kyle Schwarber’s power swing is ideal for more than just Yankee Stadium. Schwarber’s career resurgence in his first season with the Nationals reached new heights Sunday as he crushed three home runs (combined distance 1,174 feet) during a 5-2 win against the Mets. He tied a MLB record with five home runs over a two-game span covering just eight at-bats.

Wire Taps: Washington Nationals take 3 of 4 from New York Mets; Kyle Schwarber three home runs; Parra Shark returns...

How did the Nationals react to the reaction to Gerardo Parra returning to Nationals Park?. “We started laughing,” manager Davey Martinez said. “It was funny, because I watched J-Hay [Josh Harrison] and Josh Bell, [Jordy] Mercer, all those guys that weren’t here and didn’t experience it all the time, and you should have saw their faces. I mean, they were laughing they were excited about it. I told them it’s pretty cool to see them all do the Baby Shark. I know J-Hay mentioned, he said ‘I’m sure my daughters are doing it right now wherever they’re at right now if they’re watching the game.’ So hey, like I said, the fans were into it, it was a lot of fun. What can I say about Parra, comes in and gets a huge pinch hit for us and gets us going that inning.”

Nationals’ Kyle Schwarber named National League Player of the Week

Schwarber named NL Player of the Week originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington. Kyle Schwarber is carrying the Nationals’ offense as of late with his recent hot streak, and the team’s new slugger was recognized as the National League’s Player of the Week Monday. Schwarber posted a .385/.414/1.077 slash line...