Barry Svrluga

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Barry Svrluga is the Washington Redskins beat reporter for The Washington Post, and He was previously the beat reporter for the Washington Nationals. While he reported, he blogged at the Nationals Journal. The blog dissects and analyzes all things Nationals daily and sometimes more often. As beat writer, Svrluga was present the night Barry Bonds hit is 756th home run and wrote the companion piece from the perspective of Nationals starting pitcher Mike Bacsik to Washington Post reporter Dave Sheinin's account of the record breaking home run.[1]

Svrluga is also the author of the book National Pastime, which is being sold at the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York. Before beginning his professional career, Svrluga attended Duke University.


  1. ^ "Pitcher of Record The Washington Post, 8 August 2007

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