1. Jayson Werth's Adjustment to His Stance Pays off at the Plate

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  2. Mike Rizzo Keeps Trade Ideas in an Unhackable Notebook

    The Houston Astros experienced an organization worst nightmare last week, when 10 months of their trade talks were leaked and disseminated on Deadspin after their internal computer database was hacked...

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  3. Tony Kornheiser Says Bryce Harper-Matt Williams Is RGIII and Shanahan

    Three days into Lineupghazi, three Washington Post sports columnists have weighed in on Bryce Harper vs. Matt Williams...

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  4. Desmond's Homer Lifts Nationals Past Rockies 4-3

    WASHINGTON -- After a replay review, Ian Desmond's solo homer provided the go-ahead run and the Washington Nationals rallied from a three-run deficit for 4-3 win over the Colorado Rockies on Wednesday night, sweeping the three-game series...

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  5. Nationals Trade Rumors: Ross Detwiler Could Be Up for Grabs

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  6. Nationals Stock Watch: Gio Gonzalez on the rebound?

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  7. Nationals Start Fast, Never Look Back in Win over Rockies

    With the hubbub (and a dash of controversy) of Monday night behind them, the Nationals got down to business tonight and resumed the grind of the season with their healthy lineup still intact...

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  8. Strasburg Bounces Back in Rout of Rockies

    Stephen Strasburg bounced back from his worst outing of the season with 7 2/3 dominant innings, and Jayson Werth had two doubles and three RBIs in the Washington Nationals ' 7-1 victory over the Colorado Rockies on Tuesday night...

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  9. Washington Nationals Trade Rumors: Latest Updates, News and Reaction

    The National League East is up for grabs this season, so the Washington Nationals will have to figure out whether they need to make a deal at the 2014 MLB trade deadline or whether they should go with what they have...

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  10. Healthy Bryce Harper Shows How He Can Boost Nationals Lineup to New Level

    Many moons from now, we're probably not going to be singing songs of Bryce Harper 's return from the disabled list on June 30, 2014. In this moment, however, Harper's return is at least worth talking about...

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  11. Nats Rally, Harper Returns in 7-3 Win over Rockies

    WASHINGTON -- Adam LaRoche homered, Ryan Zimmerman had three hits and Ian Desmond added two doubles and three RBIs as the Washington Nationals welcomed back Bryce Harper with a 7-3 win over the Colorado Rockies on Monday night...

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  12. Video: Harper's RBI Single in DL Return

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  13. Bryce Harper Isn't Thrilled About the Nationals' Lineup Tonight

    Bryce Harper is in the Nationals ' lineup tonight for the first time since he tore the ulnar collateral ligament in his left thumb on April 25...

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  14. Nationals' Prospect Taylor Talks HRs, the All-Star Futures Game

    Washington Nationals ' outfield prospect Michael Taylor was named to the U.S. roster for the All-Star Futures Game this week. Taylor, 23, talked to Minors and Majors host Grant Paulsen this morning about his breakout campaign and two-strike approach...

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  15. Marty Niland: Grading out the Nats at the Season's Midway Point

    We've reached the midpoint of the 2014 season, and it's time once again to grade the Nationals on their performance so far.....

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  16. Nats Are Healthy; Now Williams Faces Tough Choices

    CHICAGO — For the first time since the seventh inning of the season opener March 31, a span of 80 games over three months, the Washington Nationals are whole again.....

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  17. What Should the Nationals Lineup Look Like?

    It's about T-minus 90 minutes, give or take a few minutes, until we find out how Matt Williams will pencil in his first lineup card with a fully healthy lineup...

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  18. Nationals' Lefty Jerry Blevins' Rough Month of June Almost over

    In his final season in Oakland, lefty reliever Jerry Blevins was (5-0) with a 3.15 ERA, a 3.88 FIP, 17 walks (2.55 BB/9) and 52 Ks (7.80 K/9) in 60 innings pitched out of the A's 'pen, finishing his seventh major league campaign at +0...

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  19. "Indian Bob" Johnson Had Little to Do with the Washington Senators' Resurgence

    Eighth in an 11-part series examining the vagaries of awards voting. One of my favorite historical players, Bob Johnson was known as “Indian Bob” because he was one-quarter Cherokee...

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  20. Harper Plays with Brother, Bryan, During Second Rehab Game

    Not only is Bryce Harper getting closer to rejoining his Washington Nationals teammates, on Friday he was able to enjoy some family bonding time in his second rehab outing with the Harrisburg Senators...

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  21. Gio Gonzalez, Nationals Unconcerned with Velocity

    In his second start back from a left shoulder injury, Gio Gonzalez's velocity was noticeably down. Against the Brewers on Monday, Gonzalez's four-seam fastball averaged 90.7 mph and he still fired six scoreless innings...

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  22. Five Charts That Show Why Strasburg Is the Ace of the Nationals Staff

    Stephen Strasburg has struggled of late. He has struggled in the early innings of games. He has struggled with his fastball. And he has struggled to keep himself known as the ace of the staff...

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  23. Gio Gonzalez, Nationals Unconcerned with Velocity

    In his second start back from a left shoulder injury, Gio Gonzalez's velocity was noticeably down. Against the Brewers on Monday, Gonzalez's four-seam fastball averaged 90.7 mph and he still fired six scoreless innings...

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  24. Desmond Avoids Day off Despite Struggles

    CHICAGO — Way back on Sunday, as the Nationals wrapped up their homestand, Matt Williams mentioned that Ian Desmond and Jayson Werth were very much in need of a day off.....

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  25. Ruggiano's 2-run double leads Cubs, 5-3

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