1. Report: Nationals Tried to Sign Doug Fister Long-Term Following Trade

    According to Adam Kilgore of the Washington Post, the Nationals tried to sign right-hander Doug Fister to a long-term contract extension after acquiring him in a trade with the Tigers over the winter...

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  2. Nationals Activate Hairston Off DL

    Washington, DC (SportsNetwork.com) - The Washington Nationals reinstated outfielder Scott Hairston from the 15-day disabled list prior to Monday's game against the Los Angeles Dodgers ...

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  3. Nationals Activate OF Scott Hairston

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  4. Nationals Drop Series Finale

    “It's been ebb-and-flow for the season so far,” Manager Matt Williams said. “With some really good stretches and some not-so-good stretches. Considering what's happened to us and where we're at, we're okay...

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  5. Espinosa Sitting Today vs. Phillies

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  6. Doug Fister Could Be Pushed Back to Friday; Wilson Ramos Headed to Hagerstown

    For weeks, the Nationals penciled in Doug Fister's first start in a Nationals uniform for Wednesday, at Nationals Park against the Dodgers . Stephen Strasburg's start Friday has them thinking about grabbing an eraser...

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  7. Nats' First-Inning Struggles Continue in Loss

    PHILADELPHIA — Here is one idea: Blindfold the starting pitcher an hour before first pitch, and upon his release tell him it's the second inning...

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  8. Doug Fister Ready to Make Nats Debut Wednesday vs LA Dodgers

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  9. Nationals' Adam LaRoche Dealing with Sore Quad

    First baseman Adam LaRoche, who sat out Wednesday's game with a sore quad, was replaced in the top of the 8th inning in Friday night's game against the Philadelphia Phillies by pinch runner Nate McLouth...

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  10. Nats Rally in 8th to Beat Phillies 5-3

    PHILADELPHIA -- Adam LaRoche's tiebreaking single in the eighth inning helped the Washington Nationals rally from an early deficit to beat the Philadelphia Phillies 5-3 Friday night...

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  11. Don't Give Up on Bryce Harper

    HOUSTON — HOUSTON — Precisely two years and one day after the first night he stepped on a major league field, Bryce Harper lay on an operating table as a surgeon anchored sutures to a bone inside his hand...

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  12. Happy Homecoming for Nats' Rendon

    HOUSTON — They stood behind the Washington Nationals ' dugout, wearing red T-shirts and white jerseys with No. 6 on the back, making more noise than the rest of Minute Maid Park combined...

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  13. Loss of Bryce Harper Not Catastrophic for Washington Nationals

    It was reported on Monday that Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper will be out until at least July after undergoing surgery on a broken thumb...

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  14. Gio Gonzalez Features in Epic High School Prom Proposal

    Gio Gonzalez is a legendary wingman . The Washington Post's Scott Allen reports on the Washington National's pitcher and some help given to a high- schooler who just didn't know how to ask his girlfriend to prom...

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  15. Doug Fister on Track to Make Nationals Debut May 7

    Doug Fister delivered four scoreless innings in his minor league rehab debut Sunday afternoon with High-A Potomac and Nationals manager Matt Williams acknowledged to reporters Tuesday ...

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  16. Bryce Harper Has Immaculate Post-Surgery Hair

    The Washington Nationals ' Bryce Harper underwent thumb surgery today and is expected to be out until July . But that didn't stop him from having a great hair day...

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  17. Nationals Demote Taylor Jordan to AAA

    Taylor Jordan, who grabbed a spot in the Nationals ' season-opening rotation thanks in part to Doug Fister's injury, has been demoted back to the minors after going 0-3 with a 5.61 ERA in five starts...

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  18. Nats Recall RHP Ryan Mattheus; Optioned RHP Taylor Jordan

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  19. It's Time for Nate McLouth's Closeup

    In the dead of winter, Nate McLouth seemed like a luxury. The Nationals signed him to a two-year, $10.5 million contract, maybe a bit heavy for a fourth outfielder...

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  20. Nats Calling Up Mattheus, Sending Jordan to AAA

    Seeking extra bullpen help for the immediate future while paving the way for Doug Fister's pending return to their rotation, the Nationals will promote reliever Ryan Mattheus from ...

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  21. Bryce Harper's Injury Leaves Nationals Hustling to Keep Up in Tough NL East

    Bryce Harper and the Washington Nationals came into the 2014 season showered with predictions of October glory...

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  22. Breaking Down Bryce Harper's Post-Surgery Path Back to Stardom

    The worst case happened for Bryce Harper . As I noted yesterday, Harper was headed to Dr. Thomas Graham in Cleveland to have his thumb checked. That opinion will lead to surgery to correct a severe sprain of a ligament in his hand, according to MLB.

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  23. The Nationals Have Really Good Defensive Catchers

    When Wilson Ramos went down with a broken hand on Opening Day, it was a huge dagger to the Washington Nationals ' offense. Ramos was the Nats cleanup hitter that day, and he has exceptional gap power...

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  24. Doug Fister Pleased with First Rehab Start

    As he nears his expected return to the majors, Doug Fister made the first of two anticipated minor league rehab starts on Sunday with Class A Potomac. He threw 59 pitches, 42 for strikes, over four innings...

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  25. Tough Day for Nationals in 4-2 Loss to Padres

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