1. Playing Patience or Panic with 4 Washington Nationals' Troubling Early Starts

    It's the game you love to hate with the team you probably picked to win the 2015 World Series: It's time to play a round of Patience or Panic with the sub-.500 Washington Nationals ...

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  2. With Span Back, Strasburg Sharp, Nats Look Like They'd Expected in 4-1 Win

    When Denard Span took center field Sunday afternoon, flanked by Bryce Harper and Jayson Werth, the Nationals projected starting outfield materialized for the first time this year...

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  3. Vine: Ryan Zimmerman with the Old Double-Hit

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  4. Yunel Escobar Hopes to Return Tuesday from Groin Strain

    The Nationals received good news, for now, about Yunel Escobar. He said an MRI exam showed that he had groin muscle inflammation and there was no tear...

    Jack Dale Written by Jack Dale about 7 days ago 182 reads 0 comments

  5. Escobar (Groin) Close to Returning

    Yunel Escobar's MRI results were good, Matt Williams says. No tear. Escobar is working out on the field & will hit today...

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  6. Nationals Option OF Taylor to Triple-A

    The Washington Nationals got one of their most important cogs back on Sunday morning when they returned from rehab and reinstated center fielder Denard Span from the 15-day disabled list and optioned outfielder Michael A...

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  7. Span Batting Lead off Today vs. Phillies

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  8. OF Taylor Optioned to Triple-A

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  9. Watch: Harper Hits One Way Deep

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  10. Denard Span could return tomorrow, Yunel Escobar to have MRI

    Nationals manager Matt Williams revealed before today's game that infielder Yunel Escobar will undergo an MRI this afternoon on his strained groin...

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  11. Escobar (Groin) Remains out Saturday vs. Phils

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  12. Impressive Scherzer Giving Nats Lots of Innings

    If there was one minor knock on Max Scherzer upon signing his record-setting contract with the Nationals this winter, it was a reputation for not pitching as deep into games as you ...

    Kyle Brown Written by Kyle Brown about 9 days ago 8 reads 0 comments

  13. Denard Span Rehabbing, Inching Closer to Nationals Return

    Denard Span played seven innings in center field at Class A Hagerstown on Thursday night, his second minor league rehab game as he returns from core muscle surgery. Span went 3 for 4, including two singles and a solo home run...

    Zach Moretti Written by Zach Moretti about 9 days ago 6 reads 0 comments

  14. Escobar Exits After Suffering Injury vs. Phillies

    Escobar out of the game. He ran hard down 1B line trying to beat out grounder to end bot 4th. Might've tweaked something...

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  15. VIDEO: Bryce Harper Demolishes a Hanging Curve for 3rd Homer

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  16. Washington Nationals Beat Philadelphia Phillies, 5-2

    At no point in the season beyond Opening Day was it expected the Nationals would have the same record as the Philadelphia Phillies . The Phillies' remaining stars have aged...

    David Scipione Written by David Scipione about 10 days ago 10 reads 0 comments

  17. Doug Fister Wasn't Particularly Sharp, but the Nationals Won

    Doug Fister walked four batters for the first time in a Washington Nationals uniform, but he was good enough to beat the Philadelphia Phillies and Cole Hamels as the Nats' bats ...

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  18. Nats P Stammen (Torn Flexor) to Undergo Surgery

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  19. Nats P Stammen (Torn Flexor) to Undergo Surgery

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  20. Nats Reliever Rafael Martin's Big League Debut Was Historically Great

    Nationals reliever Rafael Martin had no words to describe his major league debut in Wednesday's 10-5 win at Boston and Red Sox hitters had no answers for the 30-year-old former construction worker's stuff...

    Zach Moretti Written by Zach Moretti about 10 days ago 13 reads 0 comments

  21. Nationals Built Up an Error-Proof 10-5 Lead and Beat the Red Sox

    The Washington Nationals knocked Boston Red Sox ' starter Wade Miley out early and kept hitting until they were up 10-5 in the series finale in Fenway Park. With the win the Nats avoided getting swept and improved to 3-6 on the year...

    David Scipione Written by David Scipione about 11 days ago 16 reads 0 comments

  22. Nationals Bounce Back, Topple Red Sox in Series Finale, 10-5

    BOSTON — After two nightmarish games in Boston, the Washington Nationals put together their best all-around game of the season Wednesday, defeating the Red Sox , 10-5. .....

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  23. Nationals Recall RHP Taylor Jordan, Place RHP Craig Stammen on DL

    The Washington Nationals recalled right-handed pitcher Taylor Jordan from Triple-A Syracuse on Wednesday and placed right-handed pitcher Craig Stammen on the 15-day disabled list with right forearm stiffness...

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  24. Stephen Strasburg Just the Beginning of Nationals' Many 2015 Problems

    Entering the 2015 season, the Washington Nationals were one of the few sure bets in baseball, a near-consensus choice to run away with the National League East and a popular World Series pick...

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  25. Defense, Bullpen Let Nats Down Again

    BOSTON — Blake Treinen smacked his glove in anger, then ran toward home. Just when it looked like the Washington Nationals .....

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