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Hip surgery for Span, but Taylor's injury not serious

Denard Span’s injury plagued season will come to an abrupt conclusion Tuesday when the Nationals leadoff man has surgery to repair the labrum in his left hip, but the club was able to breathe a bit easier Friday when it learned Michael Taylor (Span’s backup in center field) was not seriously injured during a scary-looking collision with the wall the previous night. 1,120 more words

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Michael Taylor leaves game after crashing into outfield fence

Add another injury to the list for the Nationals tonight, as Michael Taylor was forced to exit in the top of the seventh inning against the Padres after crashing into the outfield fence. 98 more words

How many games do the Nats need to win?

With 41 games remaining, how many games do the Nats need to win? With the Nats trailing the Mets by 5 games, the correct answer is 6 more games than the Mets win. 410 more words

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Updated: Escobar injures neck in loss

Yunel Escobar was forced to leave Friday night’s loss to the Brewers in the top of the first inning after the Nationals third baseman collided with both the railing and a fan seated down the left-field line trying to chase a foul popup. 294 more words

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Nationals call up shortstop prospect Trea Turner

In an attempt to halt their free fall from the playoff picture the Nationals have made an unexpected move, calling up 22-year-old shortstop prospect Trea Turner from Triple-A. 154 more words

Nats Bite a Bullet!

I was glad to see the Nats make a tough decision as the NL East competition heats up.  Sending the veteran Doug Fister to the bull-pen showed in favor of keeping Joe Ross in the starting rotation is a clear sign the front office is serious about the run for the playoffs.   51 more words

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Mike Rizzo Wants Danny Espinosa to Play More

WASHINGTON — Prior to the All-Star break, Danny Espinosa was an integral part of the Washington Nationals’ lineup. An offensive and defensive contributor, Espinosa played in 78 of the team’s first 87 games, starting 72 of them. 272 more words