1. Williams and Harper on Slugger's Resurgence, Plus More Clubhouse Chatter

    Two wins in three games against a Mariners team fighting for a spot in the postseason is nothing to sneeze at. Though the Nationals have largely had their way with the Mariners over the years, a series win in Seattle this season is significant...

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  2. Three Homers Not Enough in 5-3 Nationals Loss to Seattle

    After beating up on Felix Hernandez on Friday night and then riding Stephen Strasburg's dominating start Saturday night, the Nationals found themselves in a fortuitous position this ...

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  3. Strasburg Pitches Gem as Nats Beat Mariners 3-1

    GAME IN A NUTSHELL: One night after the Nationals made Felix Hernandez look human, their own marquee starter lived up to the billing.....

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  4. Jayson Werth: 'I Want Another Ring'

    On Aug. 11, Jayson Werth decided he needed a change. He required a cortisone injection to relieve his inflamed right shoulder, which sidelined him for five days.....

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  5. Strasburg Pitches Nats to 3-1 Win over Mariners

    Stephen Strasburg pitched into the eighth inning and Jayson Werth hit his second home run in two nights to lead the Washington Nationals past the Seattle Mariners 3-1 on Saturday...

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  6. Nats Blast King Felix, Open Series vs. Mariners with Win

    GAME IN A NUTSHELL: The Nationals entered Friday night in a three-game skid going up against the best right-hander of his generation. Few on their roster had ever faced Felix Hernandez, and those who had found no luck...

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  7. Rendon's Solo Homer

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  8. Nationals Remain at Even Keel During Winning and Losing Streaks...

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  9. On Nationals' Starter Fister Giving Up Home Runs in Losses to Giants, Phillies

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  10. Washington Nationals Poised for Big Playoff Chance

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  11. Williams Reflects on Stellar August, Eyes Strong Finish

    It has been a great month of August for the Nationals . They enter Friday's game against the Mariners with a 17-9 record during the month. It's helped that they recently went on a 10-game winning streak...

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  12. LOVERRO: Matt Williams Has Earned Hard Look for Manager of Year Honors

    I got my notice via email that I will be one of the baseball writers voting on the National League Manager of the.....

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  13. Crasnick: Rough Road Continues for Harper

    Baseball insiders with a glass-half-full orientation can still envision a day when the light bulb clicks for Bryce Harper and he refrains from inflicting bodily harm upon himself and takes his game to a different level...

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  14. Fister Falters as Phillies Complete Three-Game Sweep of Nationals, 8-4

    PHILADELPHIA — Doug Fister had rescued the Washington Nationals so often, which made the moment seem so foreign. In the sixth inning Wednesday night, Fister stood stoic on the mound...

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  15. Matt Williams Stresses Better Offensive Execution

    Managers talk often about executing when opportunities arise. During the past two losses against the Phillies , the Nationals have squandered a handful...

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  16. Sweep at Hand of Phillies Cools Down Nats

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  17. Lineup: LaRoche (Back), Harper Return

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  18. Galvis and Ruf homer as Phils beat Nationals 4-3

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  19. Matt Williams not worried about Nationals' lefty Jerry Blevins

    Washington Nationals ' lefty Jerry Blevins gave up a solo home run by Philadelphia Phillies ' catcher Carlos Ruiz in the seventh inning last night.....

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  20. Nationals' Danny Espinosa staying ready despite diminished role

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  21. Tanner Roark Not Slowing Down, May Force Difficult Postseason Decision

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  22. Gonzalez Sees Progress in Latest Start

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  23. Hearing from Williams, Frandsen, Desmond and Gonzalez After Nats' 4-3 Loss

    PHILADELPHIA - In a game that was seemingly filled with close, questionable calls, the Phillies got the benefit of the doubt on a few key ones, and they escaped with a hard-fought 4-3 win...

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  24. Nationals Lament Close Call in Loss to Phillies

    PHILADELPHIA — Off the bat, it looked like a groundout to the shortstop. Not the most routine of groundouts, but a play Ian Desmond figured to make. .....

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  25. Seven Nationals Minor Leaguers to Play in Arizona Fall League

    Seven Nationals minor leaguers have been selected to play in the Arizona Fall League, which often features some of the best prospects in the sport.....

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