1. Roark ends uneven stretch with 2 scoreless frames

    VIERA, Fla. -- Nationals right-hander Tanner Roark threw two frames during Thursday's 10-inning scoreless tie against the Tigers , a bounce-back outing for him after he struggled through his first three appearances of spring...

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  2. Werth Progressing, Set to Play Defense in Minors Game

    VIERA, Fla -- When he first arrived here for Spring Training, Nationals left fielder Jayson Werth could barely get his right arm in position to throw without his surgically repaired right shoulder tightening up...

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  3. Opening Day Nears, and Nats Park's Under the Weather

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  4. Nats fall to Marlins as Stanton hits first HR of spring

    Giancarlo Stanton homered for the first time since he was beaned last September, part of a three-hit game that helped the Miami Marlins beat the Washington Nationals 5-4 Wednesday...

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  5. After Being Sent Down, Kobernus Released by Nationals

    The Nationals released infielder/outfielder Jeff Kobernus on Tuesday evening. The news comes less than a week after the team sent him to Minor League camp. The Nationals saw him more as an outfielder than as a second baseman...

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  6. Bryce Harper Ticks off His Manager with Sneaky Play

    Bryce Harper is excellent at baseball, and so he is able to do things like he did in a spring training game against the Houston Astros , when he purposefully took a slow route on a ...

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  7. Williams Still Debating Who Will Start Opening Day

    VIERA, Fla. -- Nationals manager Matt Williams has yet to name his Opening Day starter for April 6 against the Mets at Nationals Park...

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  8. Nats Unsure When Rendon (Knee) Will Return

    VIERA, Fla. -- Nationals third baseman Anthony Rendon is still dealing with a sprained ligament in his left knee, and manager Matt Williams doesn't know when he will return to action...

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  9. Harper's Passion for Game Keeps Things Interesting

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  10. Nationals' RHP Jordan Zimmermann's Close Call on Line Drive

    Washington Nationals ' right-hander Jordan Zimmermann used his glove to knock down a liner back to the mound off Astros ' outfielder Robbie Grossman's bat. No harm, though he did commit an error on the throw that followed...

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  11. Werth's Arrival Pivotal to Changing Nats' Direction

    VIERA, Fla. -- Nationals left fielder Jayson Werth is working hard to get ready for the 2015 season. The question is, though, will he be ready for Opening Day against the Mets on April 6 at Nationals Park? Werth is cautiously optimistic...

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  12. Final Predictions for Washington Nationals' Key Spring Position Battles

    The Washington Nationals ' mostly solidified and entirely stacked roster is very low on drama this spring when it comes to position battles...

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  13. Storen Has Left Hand Surgery, Sidelined 2-3 Days

    Drew Storen became the latest prominent Nationals player to suffer a spring training injury, requiring minor surgery Friday to remove the broken hook of the hamate bone in his left hand...

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  14. Nationals' Rendon Dealing with Mild Left Knee Sprain

    The Washington Nationals will be without third baseman Anthony Rendon for the next few days as he continues to deal with what the team calls a mild left knee sprain...

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  15. Strasburg Held out of Exhibition Because of Ingrown Toenail

    Washington Nationals pitcher Stephen Strasburg will miss his scheduled spring training start against the New York Mets on Thursday because of an ingrown toenail...

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  16. Bryce Harper's Own Predictions for Nationals Put Pressure on Him to Keep Up

    VIERA, Fla. — Walking by with a floppy and pleased dog cradled in her arms, Kate Upton left swaths of gawkers in her wake outside of Gate 5 at Space Coast Stadium...

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  17. Kate Upton Is at Nationals Spring Training with a Bunch of Adorable Puppies

    If there's one thing the Internet loves, it's pictures of adorable animals. If there's a second thing the Internet loves, it's pictures of adorable animals posing with model/actress Kate Upton...

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  18. Yes, Gio Gonzalez Says 'Meow' 10 Times in Interview

    Spring training is a few weeks old now, so players are starting to get a little antsy waiting for the regular season to start. They're looking for ways to have fun and pass the time, which leads to interesting in-game interviews...

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  19. Nationals' Rendon Day-to-Day with Knee Injury After Making Diving Play Monday

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  20. Nationals Reassign Matt Purke to Minor League Camp

    The Nationals announced this afternoon that they reassigned 24-year-old lefty Matt Purke to Minor League camp. The 2011 3rd Round pick was released this past November and re-signed on a minor league deal after Tommy John surgery last season...

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  21. Espinosa off to Slow Start from Right Side

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  22. Strong Outing Shows Nats Gio's Shoulder OK

    VIERA, Fla. -- Nationals left-hander Gio Gonzalez started his first game of the spring and pitched two scoreless innings in a 2-1 loss to the Braves at Space Coast Stadium on Monday...

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  23. National Treasures

    The Nationals could be the first team since 2011 to win 100 games. They might have the best pitching staff since the 1990s. Winning the NL East in 2015 feels like their floor, not their ceiling...

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  24. Nats of Depth to Get Tested Early in Season

    Monday morning, the Washington Nationals announced that center fielder Denard Span was forced to undergo surgery to repair a core muscle in his right side. He is down four to six weeks before beginning activity...

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  25. Nats Announce Span Had Core Surgery

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