1. LaRoche, Rendon HR as Nationals Beat Mets 6-2

    Adam LaRoche and Anthony Rendon had two-run homers off Bartolo Colon, who was ejected after hitting the following batter both times, and the Washington Nationals beat the New York Mets 6-2 Thursday night for their 12th straight win at Citi Field...

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  2. Nationals fall to Braves, lose sweep in series finale

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  3. Game Slips Away After Strasburg's Quality Start

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  4. Nats Hold on to Beat Braves, Reduce Magic Number to 10

    With a chance to put another nail in the Braves ' coffin, the Nationals broke out the hammer right away tonight...

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  5. Ian Desmond Injury: Updates on Washington Nationals SS's Back and Return

    Updates from Thursday, Sept. 11 Mark Zuckerman of CSN Mid-Atlantic reported on Ian Desmond 's return to the Nationals' lineup: Updates from Wednesday, Sept...

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  6. Ryan Zimmerman Injury: Updates on Nationals 3B's Hamstring and Return

    Updates from Monday, Sept. 15 Mark Zuckerman of CSN Mid-Atlantic updated Ryan Zimmerman's status: Updates from Friday, Sept. 12 The Nationals provided an update on Zimmerman's status: Updates from Thursday, Sept...

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  7. Forget the Past: Time for Nats to Leave Storen at Closer

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  8. Bryce Harper Poised to Silence Critics with Monster Stretch Run

    The critics have always been there, picking, prodding, scoffing. They started making their case when he was a teenager, not old enough to legally operate a motor vehicle but good enough to be dubbed baseball’s LeBron James...

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  9. Nats Pad NL East Lead Behind Fister

    Washington, DC (SportsNetwork.com) - Doug Fister tossed seven strong innings and the Washington Nationals posted a 2-1 win over the Atlanta Braves to open a three-game set.....

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  10. Nationals Beat Braves 2-1 Behind Fister

    WASHINGTON -- Doug Fister pitched seven shutout innings, leading the Washington Nationals to a 2-1 victory over the Atlanta Braves on Monday night in the opener of a three-game series between the top teams in the NL East...

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  11. Nationals Fan Club Honors Adam LaRoche with 'Camo Night'

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  12. Nats Open 2015 vs. Mets, Face Orioles in September

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  13. Williams Discusses Nats' 3-1 Loss

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  14. Nationals Flustered by the Phillies Once Again

    The Nationals , by all accounts, have been among baseball's best teams not only this season but particularly over the last month...

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  15. Flustered by the Phillies

    The Nationals , by all accounts, have been among baseball's best teams not only this season but particularly over the last month...

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  16. Expanding the Euros for 2016 Makes Total Sense

    Surely, this time, even Scotland cannot mess it up. More than half of the teams who open their qualifying campaigns for Euro 2016 in the coming days will reach the finals in France; ...

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  17. Soriano's Blown Save Leaves Door Open for Change at Nats Closer

    It was a crossroads many spotted from a distance. Despite a first place record and a near-lock for an NL East division title, the 79-60 Nationals have a problem brewing in the back of their bullpen...

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  18. Adam LaRoche Played Through the Flu: 'I Was Trying Not to Pass Out'

    “I feel like I'm just recovering from a car accident,” Adam LaRoche said Friday afternoon in the Nationals ' clubhouse...

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  19. LaRoche's Two-Run Shot

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  20. Nationals Recall Syracuse Chiefs Outfielder Jeff Kobernus

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  21. The Home Stretch

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  22. With Great Pitchers Comes Great Postseason Responsibility

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  23. Adam LaRoche Joins Harold Baines with Historically-Rare Achievement

    When Adam LaRoche stepped to the plate in the ninth inning against Kenley Jansen, pinch-hitting for Tyler Moore, he could have quoted Dante from the movie Clerks, saying, “I'm ...

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  24. Nationals Outlast Dodgers, 8-5, in Marathon 14-Inning Game

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  25. Nats Outlast Dodgers in Marathon Matinee Game

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