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It’s no secret the Nationals need help with their bullpen. Koda Glover and Shawn Kelley are both on the DL, and they had failed to nail down the closer’s role. Both the Indians and Cubs proved last year that an elite bullpen is essential to a long playoff run.
Elite Earl Thomas III Jersey The Nationals boast one of the strongest rotations in baseball. Reigning NL Cy Young award winner Max Scherzer and Stephen Strasburg are the headliners, but Gio Gonzalez is quietly enjoying one of the best years of his career as well.
The bad luck plaguing the Nationals in the health department has not yet affected them in the wins and loses category, but there are obvious holes to fill before this team reaches its full potential.
Before attending Wednesday’s ESPYs in Los Angeles, Young and other athletes were asked trivia questions as they related to host Peyton Manning and his illustrious NFL career.
Questions ranged from Where did Manning attend college? (Tennessee) to What are the names of Peyton’s brothers? (Eli, Cooper)
Sounds easy right? Well not for Young, who hilariously failed at trying to answer the questions.
Tucker played a critical role in Baltimore’s march to winning Super Bowl 47, making 90.9 percent of his regular-season field goals and kicking a 47-yarder in double overtime at Denver in the playoffs.
After a 2015 slump, Tucker rebounded last season by nailing 38 of his 39 field-goal attempts and continuing his streak of never having missed an extra point (166 and counting). Only four other kickers who finished without a miss (Gary Anderson, Mike Vanderjagt, Jeff Wilkins and Tony Zendejas) have ever posted a higher single-season field-goal percentage than Tucker’s clip of 97.4.