Kurt Suzuki RUMORS & NEWS

  • Kurt Suzuki: ‘No question’ Astros cheated during 2019 World Series

    NBC Sports Washington "The Astros apologized during a press conference yesterday about the 2017 sign-stealing scandal, but the Nationals weren't convinced the cheating didn't go on into last season. Nationals catcher Kurt Suzuki told Washington Post's Thomas Boswell that he thinks..." February 14

  • Kurt Suzuki didn’t stick to sports, and neither should anyone else

    Yahoo! Sports "The scene at the White House on Monday was, like everything in Washington in 2019, both awkward and fascinating. The Washington Nationals — most of them, anyway — had gathered en masse to receive the congratulations of their president for winning..." November 05

  • Winners And Losers From Game 3 Of The World Series

    Sportsnaut "The World Series returned to Washington D.C. on Friday night for the first time since 1933. Unfortunately for the city, the Houston Astros stormed back in the series with a 4-1 win in Game 3. The Nationals could never find their composure. Despite hosting Game 3 in front of a raucous..." October 26

  • Kurt Suzuki Suffers Hip Injury

    MLB Trade Rumors "Not only did the Nationals drop Game 3 of the World Series to the Astros on Friday, but they may have suffered a notable loss behind the plate. Kurt Suzuki departed early with a right hip flexor injury, manager Dave Martinez told Mark Zuckerman of MASNsports.com, Jesse..." October 26

  • Nationals' Kurt Suzuki will be 'ready to go' for NLCS after being struck in face by pitch

    CBS Sports "Thanks to a thrilling comeback, the Nationals beat the Dodgers in Game 5 of the NLDS on Wednesday night (WAS 7, LAD 3), and punched their ticket to the NLCS for the first time since 1981 when they were the Montreal Expos. There was a scary moment in Game..." October 11

  • Nationals C Kurt Suzuki exits NLDS after fastball hits wrist, face

    Yahoo! Sports "A scary scene hit Dodger Stadium on Wednesday during Game 5 of the NLDS, as Washington Nationals catcher Kurt Suzuki fell to the ground after appearing to get hit in the face by a pitch. Replay later showed that the 94 mph fastball from Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Walker Buehler..." October 10