1. Span Sets Nationals' Single-Season Hits Record

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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. Zimmerman Ready to Contribute in Postseason

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  9. Harper's Run on Strasburg's Bunt

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  10. 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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  11. 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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  12. Nationals Playoff Rotation Takes Shape, Not Finalized

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  13. Cabrera Gives Washington Nationals a Steady Hand and Stellar Glove

    Years ago, Asdrubal Cabrera got his first taste of baseball pressure in the form of a deal with his father.....

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  14. Gonzalez Fans Career High 12 as Nats, Mets Split

    On a brisk, damp night that hinted of October, Washington Nationals starter Gio Gonzalez pitched like a man determined to make an impact in the playoffs...

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  15. Nats' Zimmerman Plays 7 Innings in Loss to Mets

    This time, Ryan Zimmerman's healing hamstring appeared to pass a seven-inning test for the playoff-bound Washington Nationals ...

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  16. Nats Drop Game 1 to Mets in Quest for Best Record

    Although they won the National League East title more than a week ago, the Nationals are playing for the NL's best record and home-field advantage throughout the playoffs...

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  17. Nats assured of home-field advantage in NLDS

    The Nationals were rained out Wednesday night, but that didn't prevent them from making any progress with their playoff positioning...

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  18. Nationals-Mets Postponed, Will Play Doubleheader Thursday

    The Washington Nationals will play two split doubleheaders in two days after rain postponed their game Wednesday night against the New York Mets ...

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  19. Nats Clinch Home-Field in NLDS

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  20. Nats-Mets Game Postponed Due to Rain

    Tonight's #Nats - # Mets game will be made up tomorrow (Thursday) as part of a split doubleheader at 1:05 pm...

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  21. For Some Washington Nationals, First Time in Playoffs Feels Like a Charm

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  22. Roark Makes His Case for No. 4 Spot, but Is It Enough?

    Imagine a right-hander who has won 15 games (tied for the club lead and sixth in the National League ), sports a 2...

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  23. NL Hit Leader Span Leaves Game After Diving Catch

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  24. Zim Sits out vs. Mets After Feeling Soreness

    Ryan Zimmerman returned to the Nats' lineup on Saturday after a two month absence and played seven innings at left field against the Marlins . That, at least originally, was the Nationals ' way of easing his right hamstring back into the mix...

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  25. Nationals Unlikely to Re-Sign Adam LaRoche This Offseason

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