1. Greatest All-Star Performances in Washington Nationals History

    Since the Washington Nationals franchise shifted from Montreal to the Nation's capital, the number of All-Star bids for the team has been limited. As the organization has gradually improved, these numbers have steadily increased...

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  2. Washington Nationals Players Just Now Hitting Their Stride

    The Washington Nationals ’ longest winning streak this season was a five-game surge in early May, which they followed by losing four of their next five games. The team simply seems to be stuck in neutral...

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  3. Washington Nationals: The 5 Most Promising Developments of the 2013 Season

    With the Washington Nationals off to an unusually slow start to the 2013 season, many baseball fans will be quick to consider them as simply overrated...

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  4. Washington Nationals: A Look at Where Top Draft Picks from 2010 Are Now

    The MLB amateur draft is one of the most exciting times of the season. Every year, a fresh crop of talented young players make their way to new teams. Expectations and hopes for an organization's youth are at a yearly high — and for good reason...

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  5. Washington Nationals: Ryan Zimmerman Makes History with Three-Homer Game

    Washington Nationals third baseman Ryan Zimmerman made history on Wednesday night, becoming the first National League player to hit three or more homers at Camden Yards...

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  6. Washington Nationals: 5 Prospects Who Never Lived Up to the Hype

    Prospects are the best and worst part of baseball. The hope that they can pan out for the future can be undone in the blink of an eye, leaving a franchise scrambling to fill the void left by the lack of production...

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  7. Nats Hang on to Edge Tigers, Take 2-Game Sweep in Potential World Series Matchup

    The Detroit Tigers hit the ball hard for two days against the Washington Nationals with not much to show for it...

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  8. Ranking the Top 5 Under-the-Radar Players in the NL East

    Aside from the Washington Nationals currently sitting in second place, the NL East has primarily gone as planned thus far...

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  9. Washington Nationals: Bryce Harper Unanimous April Team MVP

    With the Washington Nationals muddling along with a record of 15-14, it’s safe to assume the team’s record could be even worse without the early-season surge from Bryce Harper...

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  10. Washington Nationals: Bryce Harper's Journey to Stardom Chronicled

    When you’re only one calendar year into your big league career, and you have a made for ESPN documentary film about you, it’s safe to say you have arrived at the big time...

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  11. Washington Nationals: Jayson Werth Dealing with Hamstring Issue, Bruised Ankle

    With concern centering around Stephen Strasburg following Monday's 3-2 loss to the Braves , the offense also may not have come out unscathed...

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  12. Washington Nationals: Biggest Surprises so Far This Season

    Through three weeks of the season, it’s fair to say that the Washington Nationals aren’t meeting expectations as a team...

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  13. Washington Nationals: Early Grades for All Offseason Moves

    The Nationals made big splashes via free agency and the trade market to enter the 2013 season, improving an already solid roster...

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  14. Washington Nationals: 4 Players Who You Want Up Most with the Game on the Line

    In baseball, clutch performances certainly exist. You can't watch a day of baseball without seeing a well-timed hit, a big defensive play or a key strikeout that pushes a team toward victory...

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  15. Power Ranking the Aces of the NL East

    The National League East has a reputation for quality pitching that dates back to the Mets rotations of the '80s and the Braves of the '90s and early 2000s and continues all the way up to the Phillies and Nationals of the past few seasons...

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  16. Washington Nationals: Bryce Harper Goes Yard Twice on Opening Day

    As if his torrid streak during spring training wasn't enough of an indicator of what Bryce Harper might do this season, he just homered in his first two at-bats on Opening Day...

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  17. Washington Nationals: Graded by Position to Start Season

    As spring training comes to an end and Opening Day approaches, the Nationals will embark on a quest to prove last season was not a fluke. The excitement for the 2013 season is obvious...

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  18. Strasburg Snags SI Cover, Washington Nationals Predicted as World Series Champs

    There will be numerous assumptions and predictions coming out this week regarding the 2013 season from most MLB media outlets...

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  19. Washington Nationals: Breaking Down Blueprint for Winning the Division

    With an offseason to stew over a heartbreaking early playoff exit, the Washington Nationals are now out to prove they can follow up their successful 2012 campaign...

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  20. Washington Nationals: Winners and Losers Halfway Through Spring Training

    Spring training isn't always a reliable indicator for the regular season. Though many will have reservations on taking stock in certain players' performance during the months of ...

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  21. Washington Nationals: 4 Reasons the Nats Aren't Concerned About the Braves

    While the Atlanta Braves bolstered their roster this offseason, the Washington Nationals certainly have the talent to counter it...

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  22. Washington Nationals: 4 Nats Who Are in Hot Water in 2013

    Following what was widely deemed as a successful season, the Washington Nationals organization will naturally strive to perform at an even higher level heading into 2013...

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  23. Washington Nationals: Early Projections for the Final 25-Man Roster

    It's clear that the Washington Nationals have turned the corner as a franchise on the rise. Coming off an impressive 98-win season, the Nationals had very few question marks to address roster-wise...

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  24. 5 Things We Want to See from the Washington Nationals in 2013

    The Washington Nationals surprised many in 2012 when they moved into first place in the NL East in early May and stayed there the rest of the season. In 2013, it will be surprising if they don’t spend most of the season atop the NL East...

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  25. 5 Reasons the Washington Nationals Are Ready to Win the World Series in 2013

    Following a record-setting season last year that saw the Nationals finish first in the NL East and advance to the playoffs for the first time since relocating to the nation's capital, their time to contend has arrived...

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