By Michael Marzzacco
Coming off a tough 9-4 loss in which only Ryan Zimmerman and Bryce Harper produced runs, the rest of the Nats offense woke up on Sunday afternoon at Nationals Park. 426 more words
WASHINGTON — It was supposed to be his day off. Not satisfied with how he was hitting lately (batting .220/.278/.378 going into Sunday’s contest), Washington Nationals outfielder Jayson Werth wanted to hit in the cage and watch film of recent at-bats. 324 more words
WASHINGTON — Jayson Werth noticed a difference in Stephen Strasburg in spring training and felt the ace was headed for a big season.
So far, so good. 689 more words