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Bryce Harper returned to the Washington Nationals' lineup tonight, but it was Ian Desmond and Ryan Zimmerman who came up with the big hits in the Nats' 7-3 win over the Colorado Rockies.
Stephen Strasburg lost a shutout bid in the eighth, but he and his Washington Nationals teammates dominated the Colorado Rockies in a 7-1 win tonight in the nation's capital.
The Washington Nationals fell behind early, but Adam LaRoche hit a three-run home run in the seventh to give the Nats a 7-4 lead over the Colorado Rockies which held up.
The Washington Nationals rallied late but came up short in the series finale with the Colorado Rockies in Coors Field. 6-4 Rockies final as they avoided the series and season sweep.
The Washington Nationals jumped out to an early lead and beat the Colorado Rockies 7-2 in the series opener in Coors Field. Ian Desmond continued to crush in Colorado with a 5 for 5 night at the plate.
The Washington Nationals battled back from a 3-0 deficit and completed the sweep of their three-game set with the Colorado Rockies. Ian Desmond's 7th inning home run lifted the Nats to a 4-3 win.
Around Citi Live returns tonight at 9:00 PM ET with a loaded program to keep New York Met fans entertained in the event of a rainout in Philadelphia.
We'll be welcoming Purple Row's Bryan Kilpatrick to the program to discuss and preview the Colorado Rockies and their upcoming four-game series against the Amazin's. Furthermore, we'll delve into the factors that have made the Rockies so successful early this year, and discuss the future of the organization (and when the Carlos Gonzalez trade rumors may stop).
How long will Dillon Gee and Jon Niese remain staples in the Mets rotation? Which one is the club's current ace?
How will Juan Lagares' return Thursday impact the current roster?
A final comparison between Ruben Tejada's recent success and Stephen Drew's ceiling
Is Curtis Granderson beginning to emerge from his slump?
Are the Mets going to continue to be successful?
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Legends of Aztlan and the Giants of the Rockies - Rev. Robert Ghost Wolf Ph.D.
Prerecorded... no call-ins please
This program was the 2004 premier of Prophecykeepers Radio as an Independent podcast.
Related webpage: http://www.robertghostwolf.com/Aztlan/outheretv.htm
It has been over ten years now since Patrick Quirk better known as Speaking Wind and I traveled the back roads of Aztlan,. Speaking Wind and I along with his brother Cheway and the Circle of 9 were searching out the Ancient Halls of Record. We have come across nearly 150 mummies and skeletal remains as we searched out the possible locations according the the old Spanish Manuscripts that told the tale of the Ancient ancestors of the Azteca.
The archaeological specimens shown here were found in the Southwestern portion of the United States bordering the Western Rocky Mountains and are on private property.
(A) Example of one of the Spiral Conical tombs. It is in these type of tombs that we have found what we feel are the Hybrid Annunaki offspring. Some ranging as tall as 14 feet when standing. The females are of course smaller, usually ranging between 8' or 9' in height. It is in tombs like these where some of the priests or priestesses have been found.
The Dig site where the mummies displayed below were found were from a common burial ground. They are not Native America remains.
Read more a http://www.robertghostwolf.com/Aztlan/outheretv.htm
On Today's Yanks Go Yard Series Preview show, presented by BaldVinny.com, Ricky recaps the Yankees' 3 game series with the Oakland Athletics, including his experience of being at the game Friday night. Also, Ricky takes a look at the Yankees' 2nd interleauge series of the year as the Bronx Bombers head to Denver to take on the Rockies.
Joel Dill from RoxPile.com joins him to talk about Colorado's re-surgence in the NL West along with the rise of Nolan Arenado as well as their pitching concerns, CarGo and Tulo. All that and more on the Yanks Go Yard Series Preview Show!
We're number one! We're number one! We're number one! With Tuesday's loss and a Texas Rangers win, YOUR Colorado Rockies are officially the worst team in Major League Baseball. So hey, progress! Tyler and Anthony talk about that because it's so uplifting.
Plus, a discussion with James Smyth, sports researcher and in-booth statistician for the YES Network about what it's like to actually be that guy for a major league broadcast.
Then, for the second consecutive week, we're taking listener questions. This week, we cover Raimel Tapia, things we actually enjoy about being Rockies fans (not many), and more (but not sandwiches).
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