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Strasburg's poor outing continues troubling early season trend

Stephen Strasburg took his second loss of the 2014 season on Tuesday night in a game that turned ugly very quickly. Strasburg gave up three earned runs in each of the first two innings against the Marlins, and was removed after four. 375 more words

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A Very Talented Disabled List

This weekend was not one without casualties for the Washington Nationals, learning that on top of everything else, the team would be without Ryan Zimmerman for at least four weeks after the All-Star third baseman suffered a broken thumb. 584 more words

Mike Rizzo talks injuries, roster moves & more

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by Amanda Comak

ATLANTA — Washington Nationals President of Baseball Operations and General Manager Mike Rizzo met with the media before this afternoon’s game at Turner Field to discuss a litany of topics that have arisen in the season’s first two weeks. 631 more words

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Fister throws off bullpen mound, reports no problems

ATLANTA — Doug Fister took another key step toward his eventual return from a strained lat muscle on Friday, throwing 35 pitches in a bullpen session at Turner Field and reporting no problems with either his side or his elbow. 245 more words

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Honey, I shrunk the team!

Well, it turns out Tom Boswell probably didn’t jinx the Nats before the Braves series, the team jinxed itself.  One conclusion I drew after the just concluded series is that it seems last year’s dismal results when they played Atlanta left the core Nats who were here last year without much confidence that they can beat the Braves.   513 more words

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Zimmerman's MRI negative; Fister progressing; Harper gets day off

Ryan Zimmerman’s MRI shows no structural damage

An MRI on Ryan Zimmerman’s right shoulder revealed no structural damage, just inflammation, Nationals manager Matt Williams said on Sunday. 685 more words

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Doug Fister plays catch for first time since lat strain

Finally a dose of positive news for the Nationals.

According to Adam Kilgore of the Washington Post, right-hander Doug Fister played catch Sunday for the first time since suffering a lat strain on March 27. 93 more words