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September 28th, 2013 at 8:50 AM
By Sports Media 101

Sports Media 101 Inc. is proud to announce an official, and exclusive, fantasy football partnership with

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In addition to the weekly games, $5 in free credit and the potential $25 bonus, everyone who signs up will have an opportunity to play the Sports Media 101 experts, as well as fellow fans and readers.

Players can win money each and every week, and do not have to worry about forgetting to set lineups, make waiver wire moves or trades. Your roster is set uniquely each week without a draft based solely on who you feel has the best match-ups. Ultimately, it's a true test of your Football IQ.

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Jordan Zimmermann and Bryce Harper Once Again Carry the Washington Nationals in 3-1 Victory Over the Detroit Tigers

May 8th, 2013 at 11:55 PM
By Steven Rosen

If the season were to end today, the Washington Nationals would have the National League Cy Young. His name would not be Strasburg or Gonzalez. 

Jordan Zimmermann continued his early season dominance on Wednesday, throwing seven strong innings, allowing just one run while striking out seven. He picked up his sixth win of the season, and his third consecutive. 

Zimmermann is tied for the Major League lead in wins, and is third in the National League with a 1.59 era. He ranks second in innings pitched at 59, and has walked just nine batters. 

On Tuesday Zimmermann faced what may have been his toughest task of the season, a matchup with last year's American League Champion Detroit Tigers. 

The Tigers got on the board in the top of the third inning when 2012 AL MVP Miguel Cabrera singled in Tori Hunter. But that was all that they would get, as ZImmermann kept them scoreless after the third. 

The Nationals tied the game in the bottom of the third when Bryce Harper hit a sacrifice fly that scored Denard Span, making it a 1-1 ballgame. 

In the bottom of the fourth, another sacrifice fly, this time from catcher Kurt Suzuki put the Nationals ahead 2-1. 

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Bryce Harper Will not Recieve Suspension from League

May 7th, 2013 at 8:42 PM
By Steven Rosen

Bryce Harper, who was ejected from the Washington Nationals' 6-2 win over the Pirates on Sunday, will not miss any time as league officials told Nationals' Manager Davey Johnson that Harper will not be suspended. 

Harper was thrown out arguing a call with the third base umpire, who called him out on a check swing for strike three. 

Johnson also said that Harper will not face any fine for the ejection either. 

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Washington Nationals and Detroit Tigers Series Opener Postponed

May 7th, 2013 at 8:38 PM
By Steven Rosen

The much anticipated series between last year's American League Champion Detroit Tigers and the Washington Nationals has been postponed due to rain. 

The schedules starters were Jordan Zimmerman for the Nationals, and Anibal Sanchez for the Tigers. Both have had great starts to their 2013 season. 

Zimmermann, leads the Nationals with five wins, and is coming off two starts in which he threw 17 innings, did not allow a run and surrendered just three hits total. 

Sanchez leads the Tigers rotation with a 1.82 ERA, and struck out 17 batters in a start on April 26th. He is currently 3-2 on the season. 

The opening game of the series has yet to be rescheduled. 

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Bryce Harper Leaves Wednesday Night’s Game with Rib Injury

May 2nd, 2013 at 12:50 PM
By Steven Rosen

Nationals' 21 year old superstar Bryce Harper, who currently ranks fourth in the National League in batting average, and third in home runs, left Wednesday night's game with an apparent rib injury. 

Harper collided with the outfield wall in Atlanta on Tuesday night, but suffered the injury while taking a swing in Wednesday's game. It is unsure what exactly caused the injury. 

The Nationals are calling the injury a bruised rib, and are considering Harper day to day. 

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