• Williams has fond memories of time with D-backs

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated May 13, 2014
    Williams had nothing but good things to say about the D-backs organization. Nationals manager Matt Williams returned to Chase Field on Monday, the place where he spent 13 years as a player, coach and broadcaster for the D-backs. He said playing the first Major League game in Arizona, and then defeating the Yankees in the 2001 World Series were his best moments with the D-backs. "Through the whole process, it was nothing but supportive in every aspect," Williams said. The Nationals have lost five of their eight position players from opening day to the disabled list, the latest first baseman Adam LaRoche, who went out Sunday with a strained right quad.
    Source: MLB.com
  • Homer-happy Nats rally to top D-backs, snap skid

    The Nationals used the long ball, especially in the top of the ninth inning, and defeated the D-backs, 6-5, at Chase Field on Monday night. The victory helped Washington snap its three-game losing streak and improve its record to 20-18.
    Source: MLB.com
    • Nationals Beat D-Backs 6-5 in Williams' Return

      Red and blue lights flashed in the darkness as rap music blared and smoke filled the Washington Nationals' clubhouse.
      Source: nytimes.com

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