1. Nationals Hold on to Beat Arizona After Big Hit from Wilson Ramos

    Around 3 p.m. before Tuesday's game, Wilson Ramos and Washington Nationals hitting coach Rick Schu pulled up video of the catcher's swing from his 15-homer 2011 season...

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  2. Ramos' 2-Run Single Give Nationals 5-4 Win over D-Backs

    WASHINGTON -- Wilson Ramos blooped a two-run single to right with one out in the bottom of the eighth that helped the Washington Nationals to a 5-4 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks on Tuesday night...

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  3. Mets Demolish Miami Marlins 12-1 to Take 1st Place in N.L. East

    It's all coming up Mets . The Mets demolished the Marlins Monday night in Miami, thrashing them 12-1 at Marlins Park...

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  4. Nats 9th Inning Rally Falls Short in 6-4 Loss to Diamondbacks

    In their first game back home off of a ten game road trip, the Washington Nationals ' offensive struggles continued...

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  5. Nationals Not Worried: New-Look Mets 'No More Difficult'

    The quiet of the Nationals ' clubhouse relayed all the information that once would have been impossible to process...

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  6. Grading the Washington Nationals' Trade-Deadline Performance

    Despite the fact that the Washington Nationals pulled off just one trade, a critique of the team's overall performance at the deadline can vary drastically depending on whom you ask...

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  7. Nats' Lobaton Could Get More Playing Time

    Nationals catcher Jose Lobaton started Sunday's game against the Mets . It marked the fourth time in the last eight games that Lobaton was inserted into the starting lineup...

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  8. Espinosa Could Be Nationals' Version of Zobrist

    It has been reported the Nationals were looking to strengthen their bench by trying to acquire the versatile Ben Zobrist, but the Nationals already have their version of Zobrist in Danny Espinosa...

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  9. Nats Drop Second Straight to Mets

    Quantitatively, wins mean the same thing in August as they do in April. A loss in May counts for one, much like a loss in September does. The weight of each game does not increase as the stretch run begins...

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  10. Denard Span Begins Baseball Activities

    The Nationals received great news on Saturday afternoon at Citi Field. Center fielder Denard Span participated in baseball activities for the first time since being placed on the disabled list on July 10 because of back tightness...

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  11. Werth's Jumping Catch

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  12. Matt Williams on Bryce Harper: "He Needs to Stay in the Baseball Game"

    FLUSHING, N.Y. - In a tie game with postseason implications in a playoff-type atmosphere, Bryce Harper, arguably the MVP of the National League , got himself ejected after striking out in the 11th inning...

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  13. Harper Ejected in 11th for Arguing Balls and Strikes

    Washington Nationals ' slugger Bryce Harper has shown an impressive understanding of the strike zone all season. Just look at his walk totals and OBP. But he's also continued to lose his cool on occasion and that has to stop...

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  14. Mets Beat Nats 2-1 in Epic Game Capped by Flores Walk-off

    GAME IN A NUTSHELL: You want pennant race baseball? Here you go, folks. A few short hours after the trade deadline passed, the Nationals and Mets opened a big weekend series that ...

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  15. Harper's Ejection

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  16. Harper Ejected in 11th for Arguing Balls and Strikes

    Bryce Harper on Jerry Meals ejecting him: "I was sticking up for my team and myself at the same time. He was bad all night...

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  17. Harper Ejected in 11th for Arguing Balls and Strikes

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  18. Short- and Long-Term Implications of Storen Then Papelbon

    It certainly was intriguing television late Wednesday night when MASN cameras caught newly acquired closer Jonathan Papelbon and former closer-turned-set-up man Drew Storen sitting right next to each other in the Nats bullpen at Marlins Park...

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  19. A Formula That Could Work Wonders for Nats

    There's no one way to win in October. Teams have found plenty of formulas for success in the postseason, whether in the form of a deep rotation, one dominant workhorse, a quality bullpen or an opportunistic lineup...

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  20. Stephen Strasburg Treats Syracuse Chiefs to Meal from Local Hot Spot

    The Syracuse Chiefs' Stephen Strasburg and Buffalo Bisons' Joba Chamberlain beefed up their teams' lineups on Wednesday night...

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  21. Scherzer Shrugs off Mechanical Glitch to Prevail

    MIAMI -- Even without his best stuff, right-hander Max Scherzer was locked in during the Nationals ' 1-0 victory over the Marlins on Thursday afternoon...

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  22. Zimmerman Slams One in Shutout Win

    MIAMI — A familiar face in an unfamiliar cap stood on the rubber at Marlins Park and turned his head deliberately toward home plate, as much a trademark of Jonathan Papelbon's outings as strikeouts and saves...

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  23. Nats Ride Strong Pitching to Shutout Win

    GAME IN A NUTSHELL: With the series hanging in the balance and every game carrying more weight as the calendar approaches August and the Mets looming in the rear view mirror, the Nationals very much needed Thursday's matinee at Marlins Park...

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  24. Scherzer, Papelbon Lift Nationals Past Marlins 1-0

    MIAMI -- Max Scherzer scattered three hits over seven innings, Jonathan Papelbon got his first save for Washington with a perfect ninth inning and the Nationals beat the Miami Marlins 1-0 on Thursday...

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  25. Nats out-Hit Marlins by Wide Margin for Win

    MIAMI (AP) -- Bryce Harper blasted two home runs into the upper deck and drove in four for the Washington Nationals in a 7-2 win over the Miami Marlins on Wednesday night...

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