Click to Watch in HD > Dusty Bakers postseason woes continue with Washington Nationals loss to Chicago Cubs

Watch Dusty Bakers postseason woes continue with Washington Nationals loss to Chicago Cubs. Video: https://youtu.be/EoKi0Frz-AU Facebook: www.facebook.com/TREND-News-1704116056563285/ Dont forget to subscribe this channel by clicking this link. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsr81W-hCSJbxBbZ84hbRvQ?sub_confirmation=1 Description: Dusty Bakers postseason woes continue with Washington Nationals loss to Chicago Cubs. Dusty Baker, the Washington Nationals skipper who managed the Cincinnati Reds from 2008 to 2013, is thought by many to be a Hall of Fame manager. But it has been since 2003 when he was with the Chicago Cubs - the team that eliminated his Washington Nationals on Thursday night with an unforgettable 9-8 win - that he last won a postseason series (3-2 against the Atlanta Braves), and his record in close-out games in the postseason has been - unfortunately - record-breaking. Follow ESPN Stats and Info ✔@ESPNStatsInfo Dusty Baker: his teams have lost 10 straight postseason close-out games (an MLB record) via @EliasSports . 5:00 PM - Oct 13, 2017 16 16 Replies 106 106 Retweets 235 235 likes Twitter Ads info and privacy Apologies to Reds fans, of course, as this streak includes the NLDS collapse against the San Francisco Giants in 2012. Also, a Twitter search of Dusty AND Marvin will yield comparisons with which some Cincinnati sports fans might not want to be presented. There was plenty that went wrong Thursday night that was completely out of Dustys control. But if you heard his postgame remarks, you could tell it was a very tough pill to swallow for a guy who has managed 22 seasons and only taken his team to one World Series (the 2002 San Francisco Giants), which it lost. It was hard not to feel bad for him, and heres some of the best Twitter had to offer about Dusty and the Nats loss: View image on Twitter View image on Twitter Follow MLB Network Radio ✔@MLBNetworkRadio Should Dusty Baker be blamed for another #Nationals playoff loss? @MikeStanton29 doesnt think so. 8:28 PM - Oct 13, 2017 9 9 Replies 3 3 Retweets 16 16 likes Twitter Ads info and privacy Follow Jon Heyman ✔@JonHeyman dusty looked sad and spent after. agree w/pedro, never seen him like that. nats should bring him back but doesnt seem like a given at moment 10:50 AM - Oct 13, 2017 · South Miami, FL 54 54 Replies 48 48 Retweets 238 238 likes Twitter Ads info and privacy Follow Brian Kenny ✔@MrBrianKenny Cant believe this adds to the #Nats lore.. 4 seasons 95+ wins in last 6 years. Not one post-season series win. 10:04 AM - Oct 13, 2017 29 29 Replies 149 149 Retweets 324 324 likes Twitter Ads info and privacy Follow Jerry Crasnick ✔@jcrasnick This #Nationals postseason loss makes the Drew Storen #STLCards game look ho hum in comparison. Excruciating on so many levels. 9:49 AM - Oct 13, 2017 Dusty Bakers postseason woes continue with Washington Nationals loss to Chicago Cubs

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