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Stock Watch: More than just Harper's bat getting hot

Each week this season, we’ll take the temperature of the Nationals roster to see whose stock is rising or falling.  

Record: 5-1

Team slash: .286/.363/.468… 602 more words

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Yanks stay tied for 1st despite 2-7 trip

Yankee Stadium will sure look good to the Yankees after this trip. The trek ended with a thud Wednesday night as the Yanks could not add on to a 2-0, first-inning lead and lost, 3-2, to the Nationals on an unearned run in the seventh inning. 438 more words

Nationals place Jayson Werth on the disabled list with wrist injury

Washington has placed left fielder Jayson Werth on the disabled list with a left wrist contusion, which is the corresponding move that convinced the Nationals to call up 23-year-old infield prospect Wilmer Difo… 109 more words

Hot-hitting Nats not named Bryce Harper

Bryce Harper is receiving a boatload of attention right now, and deservedly so. Win back-to-back NL Player of the Week honors, get talked about a whole lot. 649 more words

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The Nationals Are Back On Track

By: Zach Peterson

On May 1st the Washington Nationals were 10-14 and six games back of the first place New York Mets.  They endured a rough first month of the season that saw both a rash of key players start their seasons on the disabled list (Jayson Werth, Denard Span, and Anthony Rendon to name a few), and Jordan Zimmerman’s and Stephen Strasburg’s struggles on the mound.  701 more words

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The Results Are In | Nationals Outfield Leads Me To A Win

When I released my two-deep for the early contest on FanDuel I suggested taking the entire Washington outfield on your roster. That’s exactly what I said and the result was a win. 128 more words

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Staying red-hot in the desert

PHOENIX — Denard Span dug in, Josh Collmenter went into his funky, tomahawk-style windup and tried to sneak an 84-mph cutter over the inner half of the plate and then the ball went soaring toward right field. 764 more words

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