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Span sets Nats hits record

Before Jordan Zimmermann secured the first no-hitter in Nats history and his teammates rushed the field, Sunday afternoon was already a special day for the Washington Nationals. 348 more words

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Zimmermann no-hits Marlins

After having his final regular season start pushed back due to a bruised shoulder – an injury suffered on a line drive that bounced off his arm eight days prior – Jordan Zimmermann took the mound Sunday hoping to dispel any doubts about his health before the playoffs. 431 more words

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Instant analysis: Nats 5, Marlins 1

GAME IN A NUTSHELL: The truck keeps rolling along, no matter what’s at stake right now. The Nationals could’ve taken Saturday off but instead went out and put forth another impressive effort to beat the Marlins and improve to 32-13 down the stretch, with one game to go on the regular-season slate. 446 more words

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Signature Moments: Summer of Span -- June 28 - August 10

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During the marathon of a 162-game baseball season, there are thrilling moments that highlight the successes of every club, from the front runner to the cellar dweller. 130 more words

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Nationals secure home-field advantage through NLCS

For the second time in three years, no team in the National League will finish with a better record than the Nationals.

Thanks to Doug Fister’s 4-0 shutout victory over the Marlins in the first half of Friday’s day-night doubleheader, the Nationals locked up home-field advantage through the NLCS, duplicating their feat from 2012. 523 more words

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Span returns, confident knee will be fine

Denard Span returned to the Nationals’ lineup Friday afternoon, his right knee still scraped up but feeling well enough to return to the field three days after it was injured on a diving catch. 218 more words

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Nationals-Mets Rained Out, Doubleheader Thursday

WASHINGTON — Even with the NL East already won, the end of the regular season is turning into a logistical headache for the Washington Nationals. 755 more words