1. Andrew Suarez: Prospect Profile for Washington Nationals' 2nd-Round Pick

    Player: Andrew Suarez Drafted by: Washington Nationals Position: LHP DOB: 9/11/1992 (Age: 21) Height/Weight: 6'1", ...

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  2. At No. 18, Nats Take Injured UNLV Righty Fedde

    The Nationals took a gamble on an injured pitcher in the first round of the 2014 First-Year Player Draft, selecting UNLV right-hander Erick Fedde, who recently had Tommy John surgery, with the No...

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  3. Fedde in the First Round of the First-Year Player Draft

    The Nationals selected UNLV right-hander pitcher Erick Fedde with the No. 18 selection in the First-Year Player Draft...

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  4. Instagram: Nats' 1st Rounder Fedde After TJ Surgery

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  5. Bryce Harper Congratulates HS Teammate Erick Fedde on Being Drafted

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  6. Erick Fedde: Prospect Profile for Washington Nationals' 1st-Round Pick

    Player: Erick Fedde Drafted by: Washington Nationals Position: RHP DOB: 02/25/1993 (Age: 21) Height/Weight: 6’4”, 170 pounds Bats/Throws: ...

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  7. Instant Analysis: Nats 4, Phillies2

    GAME IN A NUTSHELL: The Nationals completed a three-game sweep of the struggling Philadelphia Phillies on Thursday afternoon with another impressive showing from their offense. ...

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  8. Nationals 4-2 over the Phillies to sweep the three-game set in D.C.

    The Washington Nationals took the third game of three from the Philadelphia Phillies , sweeping their first three-game set since the second week of the season. Doug Fister was dominant on the mound in the series finale in Nationals Park...

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  9. Nationals Finish Sweep with 4-2 Win over Phillies

    WASHINGTON -- Doug Fister kept himself and his club on a roll, allowing two runs and four hits over seven innings Thursday as the Washington Nationals capped a sweep of the Philadelphia Phillies with a 4-2 victory...

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  11. Ian Desmond Sitting for Today's Game vs. Phillies

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  12. Tyler Clippard Returns to Form in Nationals' Bullpen

    Since late April, Tyler Clippard has quietly returned to form. The durable right-handed reliever, one of the best in baseball over the past few years, began the season slowly...

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  13. Espinosa's Big Hit Propels Resurgent Nationals

    GAME IN A NUTSHELL: The Nationals have been waiting for weeks to go on a sustained run, a stretch where they're firing on all cylinders, at the plate and on the mound...

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  14. Nats Move Back Above .500 on Strasburg's Gem

    The Washington Nationals (29-28) won the fourth out of their last five games fueled by Stephen Strasburg's gem of a start and another offensive outburst. The Nats beat up on the Philadelphia Phillies with an 8-4 victory, went above the ...

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  15. After a Tough May, Nats' Rendon Opens June Hot at the Plate

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  16. Taylor Hill Dominating at Syracuse

    Since the beginning of the 2013 season, one of the most dominant starting pitchers in the Nationals ' minor league system is a player you likely know little about.....

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  17. Don't Pimp Your Home Runs in Front of the Nats' Greg Dobbs

    As the Braves and Nats feuded over Bryce Harper last summer, I felt like there was a consensus of sorts among Nats fans. Well, among some Nats fans. Which I guess means it wasn't a consensus...

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  18. Zimmermann makes LF debut; Nats top Phillies 7-0

    Ryan Zimmerman came forward to make a head-high running catch on a slicing line drive off the bat of Chase Utley, a routine play that drew a disproportionately grand ovation from the home fans...

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  19. Williams says Zimmerman will play majority of upcoming games in left field

    Ryan Zimmerman is back, activated from the disabled list after being out since April 13 with a broken right thumb. Outfielder Tyler Moore was optioned to Triple-A Syracuse to make room for Zimmerman on the 25-man roster...

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  20. Zimmerman's Return Impacts Nats Lineup in More Ways Than One

    Sure, it's nice having a guy who was hitting .364/.405/.636 through the season's first 10 games back in the lineup after more than seven weeks on the disabled list...

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  21. Zimmermann Back on Track with 8 Scoreless Innings

    Not that ever doubted himself, but given his recent struggles, Jordan Zimmermann understood the importance of his dominant start last night against the Phillies ...

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  22. Nats Not Afraid of Draft Prospects Deemed Injury Risks

    In every MLB draft - or any professional sports draft for that matter - there are certain players who present risks. Character concerns are one thing, injuries are another...

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  23. The Nationals' Once and Future Closer

    In 6 2/3 innings pitched this spring, 26-year-old former Nationals closer Drew Storen gave up nine hits, six walks and six earned runs (8.10 ERA) with opposing hitters posting a ...

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  24. Span steals another base, wants 30 for the season

    One of the top reasons Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo had his eyes on center fielder Denard Span while he was with the Minnesota Twins was his ability to not only get on base, ...

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  25. Nats, Rangers Involved in First Double Challenge

    In the Nationals ' 2-0 loss to the Texas Rangers on Sunday, Major League Baseball's new system of managers challenges showed us something we had previously yet to see: a double challenge...

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