1. A guide to Matt Williams's nicknames for Nationals players, coaches

    Baseball is filled with nicknames. When you spend almost every day of seven months together, it's only natural.....

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  2. Who Do You Want: Pirates or Giants?

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  3. The Nationals are peaking too soon. Here's why.

    The Washington Nationals are the odds on favorite to represent the National League in this year's World Series (18.2 percent), with the Los Angeles Dodgers close behind (17.1 percent)...

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  4. Nationals Overcame Injury Adversity with Guile and Grit

    The Washington Nationals claimed their second National League East Division title in three years this season, won a league-leading 96 games and are one of the most popular picks to win the World Series...

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  5. What to Do with Ryan Zimmerman in the NLDS

    The delicate topic of what to do with Ryan Zimmerman can be made complicated – the face of the franchise, a diminished but useful star, a $100 million player not at full strength but able to play...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 19 hours ago 42 reads 0 comments

  6. Nationals Bring Pride, Confidence into NLDS

    After they won the National League East title on Sept. 16, the Nationals didn't let up, going 9-3 until the regular season came to an end...

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  7. Storen Expects Success in Second Postseason Go-Round

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  8. Guy Will Give Away Primo Nats Playoff Tickets in Exchange for a Threesome

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  9. Nationals Likely to Use Tanner Roark in the Bullpen for Playoffs

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  10. 2014 MLB Playoffs: Making a Case for the Washington Nationals as Your New Team

    You're a fan without a nation. The 2014 MLB Playoff field is set , and while you mourn your beloved New York Yankees from your home probably nowhere near New York, you need a surrogate team...

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  11. Zimmerman Aware His Future Is Likely at First Base

    WASHINGTON -- There has been talk that Nationals slugger Ryan Zimmerman could be playing first base on a regular basis next year. If that's the case, it would mean Adam LaRoche may not be back with the team...

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  12. Nats, like Zimm, are under-the-radar good

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  13. Nats Likely to Announce Rotation Thursday

    Nationals manager Matt Williams said this week he needed to see how Jordan Zimmermann's bruised shoulder fares on Sunday before determining the team's postseason rotation. On Saturday, Williams delayed that announcement even more...

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  14. Span Sets Nationals' Single-Season Hits Record

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  15. Jordan Zimmermann's No-Hitter Highlights Nationals' Dominant Postseason Staff

    Given the kind of firepower the Washington Nationals have in their starting rotation, it was just a matter of time before their starters had everyone's attention in October. Jordan Zimmermann , however, decided to start the party a few days early.

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  16. Jordan Zimmermann Throws No-Hitter

    The ball headed out toward the left field gap, a knife in the back of Washington baseball history. Jordan Zimmerman stood on the mound, stone-faced and still. The Nationals Park crowd went still and quiet for a moment...

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  17. Zimmermann No-Hits Marlins

    After having his final regular season start pushed back due to a bruised shoulder – an injury suffered on a line drive that bounced off his arm eight days prior – Jordan ...

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  18. Bryce Harper Wants to Steal More Bases in the Playoffs

    One afternoon last week, as the Nationals took batting practice, Bryce Harper stood a few feet to the right of first base...

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  19. Rendon Making Everything Look Easy

    Sam Palace sifted through the displays at Guitar Center, helping Anthony Rendon choose his first acoustic. On a day off in July, Rendon wanted to learn a song — “Troubadour” by George Strait — even though he had never played...

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  20. Strasburg Gets Ks Lead in NL, Nats Top Marlins 5-1

    WASHINGTON -- Stephen Strasburg took over the league lead in strikeouts and gave up only two hits through six scoreless innings in his final tuneup start ahead of his first postseason, ...

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  21. Zimmerman Ready to Contribute in Postseason

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  22. Harper's Run on Strasburg's Bunt

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  23. Fister's Shutout Gem Leads Way for Nats

    The Washington Nationals can finally take a deep breath. With a 4-0 win over the Miami Marlins in the first game of Friday's day-night doubleheader, the Nationals secured the National ...

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  24. Pitching Falters in Nationals' Lopsided Loss to Marlins

    Just hours after they clinched home-field advantage in the playoffs, the Washington Nationals (94-66) took their first breath of the 2014 season. For the first time in 159 games, nothing was at stake...

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  25. Nationals Playoff Rotation Takes Shape, Not Finalized

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