1. Nationals, Max Scherzer Shut out Marlins

    MIAMI — Max Scherzer's problem, as he explained after his last start, was that he was leaving too many pitches up in the strike zone.....

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  2. Bryce Harper Not Showing Concussion Symptoms After Violent Collision

    "When we got out there, he reported a little bit of dizziness, so as a precaution we took him out," Williams told reporters after the win. "All tests after and since have been really good...

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  3. Scherzer Pitches 8 Shutout Innings in 5-0 Win for Nationals

    MIAMI -- Max Scherzer pitched eight stellar innings to help the Washington Nationals end a five-game losing streak with a 5-0 win against the Miami Marlins on Sunday.....

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  4. Harper Exited for 'Precautionary Reasons'

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  5. Nationals' Harper Leaves Game After Collision at Second Base

    Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper departed Sunday's game in the first inning with an apparent injury after a collision at second base...

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  6. Harper Removed After Collision at 2B

    After a collision with second baseman Derek Dietrich, Bryce Harper has come out of today's game. den Dekker to LF, Jayson Werth to RF...

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  7. Lineup: Yunel Returns After Stomach Bug

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  8. Matt Williams on Bryce Harper: "The Secret to His Success Is Patience"

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  9. Yunel Escobar Scratched from Nationals Lineup with Stomach Bug

    Yunel Escobar was a late scratch from the Nationals lineup with a stomach bug, replaced at third by Anthony Rendon, who was in turn replaced at second by Danny Espinosa...

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  10. Escobar Scratched with Stomach Bug

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  11. Nats Get A Change of Scenery, but the Bullpen Plays the Same Sad Song

    MIAMI — About 45 hours and 1,000 miles removed from the Nationals Park field where some say their season was buried this week, the Washington Nationals played baseball again Friday night...

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  12. Harper Strikes out 3 Times, Nats Lose to Marlins 2-1

    MIAMI -- NL batting leader Bryce Harper struck out three times and stranded five runners, and the fading Washington Nationals lost their fourth straight game, 2-1 to the Miami Marlins on Friday night...

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  13. Williams Ridicule Even Reaches US Open

    During the course of Roger Federer's U.S. Open semifinal win over Stan Wawrinka (gimme a sec, this is going somewhere), analyst/tennis legend John McEnroe made the following baseball-inspired quip ...

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  14. Lineup: Taylor, Escobar Return Friday

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  15. Report: Zimm (Oblique) Could Miss Significant Time

    WASHINGTON -- Nationals first baseman Ryan Zimmerman remains out of the lineup because of a left oblique injury. Although he is listed as day to day, two sources expected Zimmerman to miss a significant amount of time because of the injury...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 12 months ago 71 reads 0 comments

  16. Williams Is Under Scrutiny as Season Unravels

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  17. MLB Radio: Harper Is Definitely the NL MVP

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  18. Why We Overestimated the Washington Nationals

    Sports Illustrated's Tom Verducci discusses why the Washington Nationals are falling down the NL East standings and if the team can turn it around before October...

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  19. Video: Harper Takes DeGrom's 97 MPH Fastball Deep

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  20. Nationals' Zimmerman, Escobar, Taylor to miss series finale vs. Mets

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  21. Taylor, Escobar & Zim All Ailing, Out vs. Mets

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  22. Nats Manager: No Panic Following Back-to-Back Losses to Mets

    "We got a bunch pros on this club. They understand it," Williams told MLB Network Radio on Wednesday. "You talk about it, worry about it or you move on. We'll do the latter...

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  23. Video: Williams Got Booed at His Postgame Presser

    On days like this, Matt Williams has to feel fortunate that he's not coaching soccer in Europe or South America or something because I imagine he'd be more than booed...

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  24. Washington Nationals' Bullpen Fails in Another Crucial Moment

    It's never over till it's over, but this game was an absolute punch to the gut for the Washington Nationals , and it's difficult to see them chasing down the New York Mets now...

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  25. Nats' Ross to Bullpen; Roark Will Start Again

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