Washington Citizen News: Citizens finally beat Phyllis; Carter Kibum HBP On Wrist + More …

Just because it’s the 2020 season and nothing good can happen, Carter Kebum was the last national player to hurt when he sank 95 mph during last night’s win over Velez in the nation’s capital.

“He had a bone bruise.” After the 5-1 win over Philly, Davy Martinez told reporters, “The X-rays were negative so it will be day after day.”

Given what it looks like (for now), is there positive news that the X-rays were at least negative on the wrist?

“We saw him go down like this,” Martinez said. “It was loud.” “You don’t want to put up with anything at all, but he was hurting really well. So I talked to him after the match, and he said he was feeling fine. He would be painful for at least a day or so. We’ll see how he feels tomorrow.”

Just go and read your links. We are done this season …

Natsbit:

Best Feliz for Citizens, Avoid Exclusion – (MASN)
“Cincinnati did their part. But the citizens did their part, beating Phillies 5-1 and staying alive for at least one day.”

Anibal Sanchez, Citizens of Polbin Quiet Velez – (WaPost)
“Sanchez is playing five strong rounds and Washington beats NL East, 5-1, in her first win over Philadelphia this season.”

Kibom suffers from a bruise of a bone in the left hand, a daily listing (MASN)
Fortunately, Martinez said after the match that Kibom had a bone bruise and that the X-ray images were negative. It was listed as daily.

Carter Kibom injured a citizen, and x-rays are negative – (NBC Sports Washington)
“Kebum was in agony immediately. Coach and manager Davy Martinez ran to see him before quickly deciding that Kebum should be knocked out.”

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What happened to the foul of Victor Robles? – (NBC Sports Washington)
“Victor Robles’ heft was always evident in his shirt. When his baggy outfit was unwanted, Robles had a bulging chest and a thriving biceps. That was last year.”

Nats Takes Cautious Approach With Pen – (MLB.com)
“Tanner Rennie, the comforting late bloomer, is unlikely to be back on the heap in 2020 – except for a surprising tiebreaker …

Barrett, put Burke on the IL; Espino and Hernandez join the roster – (MASN)
“Aaron Barrett’s recent comeback to Nationals was abruptly interrupted due to another injury.”

Kieboom can join García by playing Winter Ball in Offseason – (MASN)
“Martinez stressed flexibility as crucial to the development of his players, and something that he would like to see improve from 2020.”

National (s) BEAT:

Here Are The Most Important Beginners In Baseball – (MLB.com)
At the age of twenty and four months, [Luis] Garcia is the youngest player in the league for over a year. It didn’t look like it last week … ”

America Baseball Prediction Report – Sep 21, 2020 – (Baseball America)
“Luis Garcia raised his average to 0.311 with a great weekend. He went 6-for-11 with a double and a run and an RBI. For the season, Garcia, who is still only 20 years old, is at .311 / .330 / .415. “

NL EAST updates:

Where Phillies in a playoff enters final week – (NBC Sports Philadelphia)
“They are keeping the margins to a minimum, leading the Reds, the Brewers and the Giants by only half a match.”

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Steve Cohen Mets Decision, Dombrovsky Angels’ Interest – (New York Post)
“Steve Cohen could soon have the most attractive job keys available off-season – running baseball operations for Team Mets.”

Ledoff: Where the Braves stand in the final week before the qualifiers – (AJC.com)
“The Braves enter the last week of the regular season in good shape, but with some work remaining, to clinch the Eastern National League title for the third time in a row.”

Mattingly: “This is an easy group to trust” – (MLB.com)
“With so much at stake, is manager Don Mattingly planning to deliver any inspiring speeches to the club during this pivotal week?”

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