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Nats Notebook- Washout in Washington...

After taking six of seven on a west coast swing, the Nationals began a dream homestand (two games with the Yankees and a series with the Dodgers) with the nightmare of one suspended game, two postponed games and three losses.  489 more words

Nats Get Swept by Dodgers, Lose Howie Kendrick for the Season

By Michael Marzzacco

After Mother Nature washed out the Nationals series with the Yankees, though they did get six innings in during the opener Tuesday nigh, Washington would finally play ball over the weekend with a three-game series against the Dodgers. 451 more words

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Not All Heroes Wear Capes: The Unsung Heroes of the Nationals’ Recent Revival

Just two weeks ago in our M-SABR Power Rankings, I stated that it might just be time for Washington Nationals fans to start worrying. Sitting in fourth place in the NL East at a disappointing 12-16, the Mets’ hot start, the Braves’ explosive, Ozzie Albies-led offense, and the surging Phillies meant that things were not looking promising for the NL East favorites from DC. 1,358 more words


Game 41 Review- Winning the Arms Race In Arizona

Nationals’ pitcher Stephen Strasburg delivers a pitch during yesterday’s 2-1 victory over Arizona at Chase Field.  The three-time All Star struck out nine Diamondbacks and allowed only one run and five hits in 6.2 innings pitched as the Nats won for the 12th time in 14 games. 558 more words

Game 27 Review- Diamonbacks 4 Nationals 3 (10 innings)

Arizona’s David Peralta celebrates one of his two home runs in yesterday’s Diamondbacks’ 4-3 comeback win over Washington at Nationals Park.


Diamondbacks 4  Nationals 3  (10 inn). 842 more words

Games 24 and 25 Review

Matt Adams and the Nationals broke their four game losing streak in a big way on Wednesday, defeating the San Francisco Giants 15-2 at A,T&T Park. 804 more words

Nationals Drop Monday Opener to Giants

By Michael Marzzacco
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The Washington Nationals dropped their series opener to the San Francisco Giants on Monday night 4-2 in a game full of missed opportunities. 240 more words

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