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

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  2. 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...

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  3. 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...

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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. Nationals Designate Xavier Cedeno for Assignment

    The Nationals have designated lefty reliever Xavier Cedeno for assignment, SB Nation's Chris Cotillo tweets. Dan Kolko of MASNsports.com tweeted earlier that Cedeno was not on the club's lineup card...

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  9. Taylor Not Leading Off vs. BOS, Escobar Replaces

    Nats vs RHP Masterson: Escobar 3B, Werth LF, Harper RF, Zimmerman 1B, Robinson DH, Ramos C, Desmond SS, Espinosa 2B, Taylor CF, Strasburg P...

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  10. Denard Span Cleared for Post-Surgery Rehab Assignment

    Jayson Werth came off the disabled list and returned to the Nationals ' lineup Monday and he may soon be joined in the outfield by Denard Span...

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  11. Williams: Nats 'Fully Aware' of 2nd-Worst NL Record

    BOSTON — Matt Williams, perhaps as agitated by his team's play as he has been since becoming Nationals manager 18 months ago, was asked if Monday's debacle of a loss to the ...

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  12. Defensively Challenged Nats Can't Execute Under Pressure

    In the last 103 years, plenty of Hall of Fame managers have sat in the same office in the bowels of historic Fenway Park having just watched the Red Sox defeat their team...

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  13. Jordan Zimmermann, Nationals Fall Flat in 9-4 Loss to the Red Sox

    t started as a memorable day for the Washington Nationals : The return of left fielder Jayson Werth to the starting lineup, a rare trip to Fenway Park, a walk through the corridors and grandstands drenched in a century of baseball history...

    Noah Jampol Written by Noah Jampol about 1 month ago 34 reads 0 comments

  14. Red Sox Deliver Wake-Up Call to 2-5 Nationals

    Matt Williams, perhaps as agitated by his team's play as he has been since becoming Nationals manager 18 months ago.....

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  15. Sloppy Play Hurts Nationals in 9-4 Loss to Red Sox in Boston's Fenway Opener

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  16. Mookie Betts Robs Bryce Harper of a Homer with Incredible Catch

    It wasn't the play that decided Monday's loss for the Washington Nationals . Easier plays — including some of those not made — helped do that...

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  17. Nationals look lost in 9-4 loss to Red Sox

    Something has happened to these Washington Nationals . Sure, the 162-game season is just seven games old, but over three-plus hours here on Monday, the Nationals looked more overmatched then they have in some time...

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  18. Nationals P Jordan Zimmermann Rocked Early in Loss to Red Sox

    Nationals pitcher Jordan Zimmermann struggled against the Red Sox on Monday, allowing seven earned runs in a 9-4 loss...

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  19. Washington Nationals Recap: Bad Defense Continues in Blowout Loss

    While the Washington Nationals have struggled at the plate over the first seven games of the season, it's been their defense that has also been medicore, to say the least...

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  20. Werth Hitting Cleanup in Return

    #Nats at #RedSox: Taylor CF, Escobar 3B, Harper RF, Werth LF, Zimmerman 1B, Robinson DH, Desmond SS, Lobaton C, Espinosa 2B. Zimmermann P...

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  21. Ryan Zimmerman Shines Across the Diamond

    For a fraction of a second late yesterday afternoon, it appeared like the Nationals would blow a two-run 10th-inning lead...

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  22. 5 Biggest Takeaways for the Washington Nationals Following MLB Opening Week

    At the start of spring training, Bryce Harper threw down the gauntlet for the Washington Nationals when he jokingly asked reporters (h/t Nats Insider), " Where's my ring ?" Now, ...

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  23. Espinosa Collects Hit in Return to Switch-Hitting

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  24. Nats' Bats Again Quiet in Extra-Inning Loss to Philly

    GAME IN A NUTSHELL: This may sound familiar: The Nationals got an early home run, couldn't do much else at the plate and then left little margin for error for their bullpen, which couldn't hold a late lead...

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  25. Nats Let Another Get Away in Loss to Phils

    PHILADELPHIA — Blake Treinen rose to the role of Washington Nationals set-up man with an impressive spring...

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