1. Ross to Start Tuesday vs. Mets

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  2. Nationals Righty Lucas Giolito Impresses, as Expected

    Anyone who follows prospects knows that Washington Nationals pitching prospect Lucas Giolito comes with considerable hype...

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  3. Watch: 'Star Wars Day' Takes over Nats' Presidents Race

    Sunday's Dodgers - Nationals game at Nationals Park in D.C. occasioned Star Wars Day at the old ball-yard...

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  4. Scherzer: Greinke 'The Best' in Baseball Right Now

    WASHINGTON — After Max Scherzer's latest impressive start Sunday, he could only accept defeat and call his opponent “the best” in the game.....

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  5. Zack Greinke Dominates Nationals in Shutout

    Nationals ace Max Scherzer found himself in an early jam in the first inning. After blowing three straight fastballs by Joc Pederson to start the game, Scherzer was tagged for back-to-back singles to right by Howie Kendrick and Adrian Gonzalez...

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  6. Nationals' Espinosa Leaves Game vs. Dodgers with Suspected Injury

    Washington Nationals second baseman Danny Espinosa left Saturday's contest with the Los Angeles Dodgers in the ninth inning with an apparent injury...

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  7. Power Surge: Den Dekker Lifts Nats over Dodgers After Suspension

    It took 20 hours, but the Washington Nationals finally claimed a series-opening victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers ...

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  8. Matt Den Dekker Provides the Power in Nats' 5-3 Win

    Seldom-used Nationals outfielder Matt den Dekker smacked a two-run pinch-hit homer with two outs in the bottom of the eighth to beat the Dodgers 5-3. "I was just ready to be aggressive early," den Dekker said...

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  9. Den Dekker's Go-Ahead Homer

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  10. Nationals' Strasburg: 'I'm Learning About Myself' on Current DL Stint

    If nothing else, Stephen Strasburg's multiple stints on the disabled list this season have been instructive for the Washington Nationals ' beleaguered hurler. "I'm learning about myself and finding out what makes me tick," Strasburg told MLB ...

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  11. Max Scherzer Blames Taylor Swift for Lighting Problems at Nationals Park

    After play was stopped three times due to a lighting malfunction at Nationals Park, last night's game between the Dodgers and Nationals was suspended in the top of the sixth inning and will resume this afternoon at 2:05 p...

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  12. Nats Place Reliever Carpenter on DL, Recall Solis

    The Nationals placed pitcher David Carpenter on the 15-day disabled list Friday, the team announced. Carpenter has been bothered by inflammation in his right shoulder...

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  13. Jayson Werth Injury: Updates on Nationals Star's Wrist and Return

    Washington Nationals outfielder Jayson Werth has been activated and is in the lineup against the Marlins , after being on the disabled list since May 19 with a pair of fractures in his wrist, according to Chris Johnson of MASN...

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  14. Werth (Wrist) Cleared to Begin Rehab Stint

    Jayson Werth will begin a rehab assignment with Class A Potomac tonight, the Nationals ' minor-league affiliate announced, possibly positioning the veteran outfielder to return from a fractured left wrist before the end of the month...

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  15. Werth (Wrist) Cleared to Begin Rehab Stint in Single-A

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  16. Mike Rizzo on Ian Desmond's Rough First Half

    In many ways, the Nationals ' wild first half was a blur. Three and a half months of injuries and slumps seemed to fly by. That, however, “depends on who you ask,” Nationals shortstop Ian Desmond said with a wry smile after Sunday's game...

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  17. Rizzo Confident Desmond Can Turn Season Around

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  18. Bryce Harper Plans on Sitting out Home Run Derby Until 2018 in Washington

    Todd Frazier was the darling of Cincinnati on Monday night when the Reds third baseman became the first hometown Home Run Derby winner since 1990...

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  19. Bryce Harper Thanks Fans, Cincinnati on Instagram

    bharper3407Thank you to all the fans and the hospitality that Cincinnati showed at the @mlb All-Star game this year....

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  20. Washington Nationals Trade Rumors: Tracking Hot Updates, News and Reaction

    The Washington Nationals entered the 2015 season as World Series favorites, and although they haven't been quite as good as expected, they are doing what they need to do to get to October...

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  21. Stock Up, Stock Down for the Washington Nationals' Top 10 Prospects for Week 14

    With the No. 1 pitching prospect in baseball, the most controversial player to be named later in years and a major league disabled list that would concern a fire marshal if it were ...

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  22. Bryce Harper on Hitting at Camden Yards: "I Can't Stand It, Actually"

    BALTIMORE - Most would expect to hear that Bryce Harper enjoys hitting in Camden Yards - especially with its short porch in right field and homer-welcoming dimensions - but the young slugger's feelings couldn't be more opposite...

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  23. Nats Edge out Orioles to Take Series

    BALTIMORE - Max Scherzer bypassed an opportunity to start for the National League in Tuesday's All-Star Game, opting instead to take the mound for this afternoon's series finale against the Orioles ...

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  24. Scherzer Happy to Bounce Back in Last 1st-Half Start

    Max Scherzer and the Nationals entered the weekend with a decision to make between him starting Sunday's series finale against the Baltimore Orioles , or skipping his turn in interest of his availability for Tuesday's All-Star Game...

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  25. With Nats Needing Spark, Espinosa Steps Up

    BALTIMORE — Even the most ardent supporters of Danny Espinosa probably would have admitted they didn't see this coming, not to this extent...

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