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Segura on fan support; Roenicke on gloves

Milwaukee Brewers shortstop Jean Segura returned to the baseball field on Friday night for the first time since his 9-month-old son, Janniel, passed away a week ago.  706 more words

Nats' extra-inning woes reach new lows

The Nationals, on paper, should be as formidable an extra-inning foe as anyone in baseball. Between a dominant and deep bullpen, a productive and deep lineup and a veteran-laden bench, they appear well-constructed to come up big the later the clock reads. 658 more words

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Nationals Players to Visit Capital Area Food Bank

WASHINGTON — Washington Nationals pitchers Jerry Blevins and Craig Stammen visited the Capital Area Food Bank in Washington to help children prepare healthy snacks Monday morning. 133 more words

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Nats' June in review: A very good chance to win a ball game

In June, the Nats’ pitchers excelled and the injured position players came off the disabled list. By the end of the month, with Bryce Harper’s… 1,346 more words

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Caught in a fog

CHICAGO — Denard Span saw the ball go off Luis Valbuena’s bat, looked up to the sky and saw nothing but a cool fog that had enveloped Wrigley Field in the bottom of the sixth inning Thursday night. 802 more words

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Clippard breaks through against Braves

You don’t have to remind Tyler Clippard that the Braves have been his kryptonite of late; he’s already well aware.

The Nationals’ setup man has been solid all season against the majority of clubs around baseball, owning the second highest mark in the majors for holds with 17 and having recently come off a stretch in which he did not allow a run in 21 straight appearances. 515 more words

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Nats bullpen strong again, but eventually snaps

By Andrew Simon

WASHINGTON — Nationals relievers came into Friday with a 2.56 ERA that ranked first in the Majors, and after Drew Storen surrendered a leadoff double to the Braves’ Tommy La Stella in the seventh inning, the bullpen set down the next 18 in a row. 300 more words

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