1. Escobar's Three-Run Homer

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  2. Harper's Two-Run Blast

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  3. Rendon out of Lineup Today vs. Pirates

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  4. Roark Reinstated from Paternity Leave

    The #Nats have reinstated RHP Tanner Roark from the Paternity List and optioned RHP Taylor Hill to Triple-A Syracuse...

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  5. Scherzer's No-Hitter

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  6. Max Scherzer's No-Hitter Is Big Stamp on What Looks Like $210 Million Bargain

    That asking price isn’t looking so outrageous right now. Washington Nationals ace Max Scherzer surprised nobody by throwing his first career no-hitter Saturday...

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  7. Gem Makes Ross' Coming-out Party Official

    WASHINGTON -- From the manager to the catcher and all the way around the Nationals ' clubhouse, Friday night's hottest question -- What made starter Joe Ross so good? -- kept returning the same result...

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  8. Depleted Lineup Delivers for Nats in Win over Pirates

    GAME IN A NUTSHELL: With Jayson Werth and Ryan Zimmerman already on the DL and Bryce Harper joining them on the bench after suffering a hamstring injury Thursday night, the Nationals lineup faced long odds against A...

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  9. Nats End Pirates' 8-Game Win Streak with 4-1 Victory

    WASHINGTON -- Joe Ross struck out 11 in his third major league start, and the Washington Nationals beat A.J. Burnett and the Pittsburgh Pirates 4-1 on Friday night to end their eight-game winning streak...

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  10. Nationals Owner Comments on Bryce Harper's Future in DC

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  11. Fister Feels Good About Return Despite Loss to Rays

    For five innings on Thursday night, Doug Fister matched Rays ' ace Chris Archer despite having not pitched in a major league game in over a month...

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  12. Doug Fister Returns, but Harper Injured in Loss

    GAME IN A NUTSHELL: Doug Fister made his return from the disabled list on Thursday and matched Rays ' ace.....

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  13. Nationals of Harper Hurts Leg Making Throw in Loss to Rays

    WASHINGTON -- Washington star Bryce Harper exited early after hurting his left leg while taking an awkward tumble making a throw, and the Nationals lost to the Tampa Bay Rays 5-3 on Thursday night...

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  14. Span (Back) Returns to Lineup on Thursday

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  15. Fister Spent Rehab Time Focusing on Mental Side of Pitching

    Right-hander Doug Fister returns to the starting rotation tonight as the Nationals wrap up their home-and-home interleague series with the Tampa Bay Rays . Fister, who will be activated from the...

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  16. A Nationals Fan's Epic Struggle to Get His Poncho on

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  17. Rotation Questions Loom for Nats

    Good afternoon DoD readers, and welcome to today's District Daily! Get caught up on the latest Nats news with some great Washington Nationals articles form around the web below...

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  18. Span (Back) Expected to Return Thursday

    WASHINGTON -- Nationals right-hander Doug Fister will return from the disabled list to start Thursday night against the Tampa Bay Rays ...

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  19. Span (Back) Expected to Return Thursday

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  20. Stras Allows 1 ER, Hits His Spots in Rehab Start

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  21. Nats Rout Rays Behind Club-Record 23 Hits

    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Wilson Ramos homered twice off position players, Bryce Harper and Clint Robinson also went deep, and the Washington Nationals routed the Tampa Bay Rays 16-4 on Tuesday night...

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  22. Watch: Bryce Ties Career-High with 22nd HR

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  23. Desmond May Have Cost Himself Millions of Dollars

    After starting the season with eight errors in the Nationals ' first 15 games, Ian Desmond's adventurous play at shortstop has mostly leveled off, to the enormous relief of his teammates and the mild disappointment of fans of slapstick comedy...

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  24. Johnny Holliday: Look out Once Nationals Regain Health

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  25. Scherzer Sets Nationals Single-Game Record with 16 Strikeouts

    Washington Nationals pitcher Max Scherzer may have fallen short of a perfect game, but he still managed to set a Nationals record with his 16 strikeouts in Sunday's 4-0 win over the Milwaukee Brewers , per ESPN Stats & Info ...

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