1. Mike Rizzo on Ian Desmond's Rough First Half

    In many ways, the Nationals ' wild first half was a blur. Three and a half months of injuries and slumps seemed to fly by. That, however, “depends on who you ask,” Nationals shortstop Ian Desmond said with a wry smile after Sunday's game...

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  2. Rizzo Confident Desmond Can Turn Season Around

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  3. Bryce Harper Plans on Sitting out Home Run Derby Until 2018 in Washington

    Todd Frazier was the darling of Cincinnati on Monday night when the Reds third baseman became the first hometown Home Run Derby winner since 1990...

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  4. Bryce Harper Thanks Fans, Cincinnati on Instagram

    bharper3407Thank you to all the fans and the hospitality that Cincinnati showed at the @mlb All-Star game this year....

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  5. Washington Nationals Trade Rumors: Tracking Hot Updates, News and Reaction

    The Washington Nationals entered the 2015 season as World Series favorites, and although they haven't been quite as good as expected, they are doing what they need to do to get to October...

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  6. Stock Up, Stock Down for the Washington Nationals' Top 10 Prospects for Week 14

    With the No. 1 pitching prospect in baseball, the most controversial player to be named later in years and a major league disabled list that would concern a fire marshal if it were ...

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  7. Bryce Harper on Hitting at Camden Yards: "I Can't Stand It, Actually"

    BALTIMORE - Most would expect to hear that Bryce Harper enjoys hitting in Camden Yards - especially with its short porch in right field and homer-welcoming dimensions - but the young slugger's feelings couldn't be more opposite...

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  8. Nats Edge out Orioles to Take Series

    BALTIMORE - Max Scherzer bypassed an opportunity to start for the National League in Tuesday's All-Star Game, opting instead to take the mound for this afternoon's series finale against the Orioles ...

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  9. Scherzer Happy to Bounce Back in Last 1st-Half Start

    Max Scherzer and the Nationals entered the weekend with a decision to make between him starting Sunday's series finale against the Baltimore Orioles , or skipping his turn in interest of his availability for Tuesday's All-Star Game...

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  10. With Nats Needing Spark, Espinosa Steps Up

    BALTIMORE — Even the most ardent supporters of Danny Espinosa probably would have admitted they didn't see this coming, not to this extent...

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  11. Harper, Espinosa HRs Carry Nationals over Orioles 7-4

    BALTIMORE -- Bryce Harper and Danny Espinosa homered in a four-run sixth inning, and the Washington Nationals beat the Baltimore Orioles 7-4 on Saturday night to end a three-game skid...

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  12. Scherzer Won't Pitch in ASG After Being Moved Up in Rotation

    Fans hoping to see Max Scherzer pitch in the All-Star Game on Tuesday are going to be disappointed. The Washington Nationals right-hander has been announced as Sunday's starter ...

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  13. Zimmerman Comes off Paternity List

    The #Nats have reinstated RHP Jordan Zimmermann from the paternity list and optioned LHP Sammy Solis to Double-A Harrisburg...

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  14. Bullpen Cracks in Nats' Walk-off Loss to Orioles

    Holding a one-run lead on Baltimore in the eighth inning on Friday night, the ideal situation for Matt Williams' bullpen was presented...

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  15. Gonzalez Returns with No Decision, Couldn't Quite Locate Curveball vs. Orioles

    It is difficult to look back at good pitching in a game that a team loses in walk-off fashion, but the Nationals ' 3-2 loss to the Orioles wouldn't have been close early on if not for the pitching of left-handed starter Gio Gonzalez...

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  16. Schoop's 9th-Inning HR Carries Orioles Past Nationals 3-2

    Jonathan Schoop hit a game-winning solo homer with two outs in the ninth inning as the Baltimore Orioles rallied past the Washington Nationals 3-2 on Friday night...

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  17. Rendon, Werth and Zimmerman All Progressing

    Williams had good news to share on the injury front regarding Anthony Rendon, Jayson Werth and Ryan Zimmerman. Rendon (left quad) and Zimmerman (plantar fasciitis) are with the team in Baltimore and doing full baseball activities with teammates...

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  18. Anthony Rendon Talks Mullets, Nicknames and Nats' Biggest Bromance

    Nationals infielder Anthony Rendon, who has been on the disabled list since June 26 with a strained left quad, answered questions from fans via the @masnNationals Twitter account on Wednesday...

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  19. Nats Place Span (Back) on DL Among 4 Roster Moves

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  20. David Carpenter Returns from Paternity List

    WASHINGTON -- The Nationals reinstated right-hander David Carpenter from the paternity list Thursday, and optioned right-hander Taylor Hill to Triple-A Syracuse...

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  21. Do the Nats Need to Acquire Another Bat?

    Had they not been rained out Wednesday night, the Nationals would have fielded a lineup boasting only two projected members of their Opening Day lineup: Bryce Harper and Ian Desmond...

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  22. Nationals Recall Taylor Hill, Option Jordan

    The Nationals recalled right-hander Taylor Hill from Triple-A Syracuse and optioned fellow righty Taylor Jordan to Triple-A on Wednesday...

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  23. Denard Span Injury: Updates on Nationals OF's Back and Return

    Washington Nationals outfielder Denard Span is making his return to the lineup, batting leadoff and playing center field against the San Diego Padres , per Mark Zuckerman of CSN Mid-Atlantic...

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  24. Span (Back) to See Specialist Thursday

    Denard Span will go see a specialist tomorrow. Says there's "no chance" he plays this weekend in Baltimore ...

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  25. Jordan Optioned, Hill Recalled from AAA

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