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Spring training has begun, and the excitement is already in the air. Fans and players alike eagerly anticipate the start of the season, and every game is a chance to improve and prepare for the long road ahead. But what happens when one team dominates the other in a spring training game? Well, in the case of the Washington Nationals, they got “Framberized.”

That’s right, folks – Framber Valdez, a pitcher for the Houston Astros, absolutely dominated the Nationals in a recent spring training game. Though this game was not televised, lucky listeners were able to tune in to KBME, 790 AM, to hear the blow-by-blow of the game. And let me tell you, it was quite a sight to behold.

Valdez pitched five innings, allowing just one hit and no runs. He struck out four batters and walked none, displaying a level of domination that is rarely seen in spring training games. Meanwhile, the Nationals could barely get a hit off of him, let alone score any runs.

It’s not all bad news for the Nationals, though. While getting “Framberized” might sting a bit, it’s important to remember that spring training is all about preparation. The Nationals still have plenty of time to hone their skills and get ready for the regular season, and they certainly have the talent to do so. Plus, getting beaten by a talented pitcher like Valdez could be a valuable learning experience for the team.

Overall, while it may not have been the Nationals’ day, it was certainly a memorable one. Fans and players alike will no doubt remember the day they got “Framberized” by a dominant pitcher in a spring training game. And who knows – maybe this game will end up being a turning point for the Nationals, spurring them on to greater success in the coming season.