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Gio finally gets a win behind increased offense from Nats, LaRoche. [WP]
Bryce Harper looks like his old self at rehab start in Woodbridge. [NI]
Sights and sounds from Harper’s minor league start. [Nats Enquirer]
Orioles snap 4-game losing streak behind Alexi Casilla (?) power. [BS]
Crush Davis and Manny Machado are on pace to break O’s records. [CC]
Joining RGIII/Harper club, Dylan Bundy to visit Dr. James Andrews. [CSNB]
Grunfeld says Wiz will be keeping No. 3 pick, no trades likely. [CSNW]
Abe Pollin’s son does not want Wizards changed back to Bullets. [Bog]
Terps plan to play Seth Allen primarily at PG next season. [Testudo Times]
How about a long-form story on the rise and plateau of Huey Lewis. [GL]
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And so, after Davey Johnson and Bryce Harper famously differed in opinon on the timetable for Harper's first rehab start over the weekend, it seems Harper's take-it-slow stance has changed. Maybe Harper was inspired by the Bobblehead Day crowd? Regardless, he'll start Tuesday night for the P-Nats.
Good for the P-Nats, who missed out on the Harper-Strasburg...
Good news for Washington Nationals fans everywhere, Bryce Harper is starting his comeback. Starting Tuesday, Harper will begin rehab at Class A Potomac. This is early even in Harper’s opinion. Before the Rockies game on Saturday Harper believed he wouldn’t be ready until at least Wednesday or Thursday.
After a positive practice Monday at Nationals Park, the Nats organization...
Jordan Zimmermann is staying away from any discussion about whether he should be part of the NL All-Star team, let alone the starting pitcher. That's fine. His numbers are doing the talking for him.
Zimmermann dominated after a shaky start and rookie Anthony Rendon had his third three-hit performance as the Washington Nationals defeated the Arizona Diamondbacks 3-2 on Wednesday...
So one of the light towers caught fire at Nationals Park during the 11th inning Thursday night. No big deal.
Using 'Ryan Zimmerman' and 'shoulder soreness' in the same sentence is probably a good way to scare a Washington Nationals fan, but the third baseman was quick to downplay concerns after sitting out Tuesday's game, says MLB.com's Tom Schad. Zimmerman had his right shoulder surgically repaired in October and he stated that the day off was planned a week in...
“Outstanding” hasn’t been a word manager Davey Johnson has been often attributing to games played by his Washington Nationals (39-38) as they have labored to float their record above .500.
But on Wednesday night, outstanding is exactly the word Johnson used to describe their 3-2 victory over the leaders of the NL West, the Arizona Diamondbacks (41-36), in a game that secured...
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The Washington Nationals have placed pitcher Dan Haren on the disabled list with shoulder inflammation.
Haren, 32, has made 15 starts for the Nationals. In Haren’s last start on Saturday he went 3 1/3 innings allowing seven hits and six runs. Haren has struggled this season since signing a one-year $13 million contract over the winter.
Overall Haren has a 4...
The Squirrel was on high alert yesterday when he sent over a picture of this dude rocking a Nationals hat in the Karate Kid. Well, it just so happens that the previous franchise in Washington – the Senators – rocked a similar W so we may have to give this guy even more credit for rocking a Washington Senators hat. Karate Kid just pulling out all the stops even in wardrobe.
Jordan Zimmermann dominated after a shaky start and rookie Anthony Rendon had his third three-hit performance as the Washington Nationals defeated the Arizona Diamondbacks 3-2 on Wednesday night.
The NL West-leading Diamondbacks have lost three straight, including the first two games of their current 10-game road trip.
Zimmermann (11-3) surrendered two runs in the first inning...
During a lengthy stretch when he pitched well but received scant offensive support, Washington pitcher Gio Gonzalez said and did all the right things.
Tuesday night his patience was rewarded.
Adam LaRoche hit a three-run homer and Gonzalez won for the first time since May 5 as the Nationals defeated the Diamondbacks 7-5.
The Nationals led 6-0 after five innings and snapped a two...
When I decided I wanted to write this post on The Nationals Archive, I wasn’t exactly sure what I was going to say about them or how I was going to say it, but I knew I wanted to learn more about the site that everyone in NatsTown, from fans to players to media, has started to notice. Earlier this week, I asked questions of The Archive’s eight members, and while I didn’t directly...
No one will dispute that the Atlanta Braves have had a really good start to the year. They are first in the NL East and have one of the better records in baseball. They are also the only team in their division with a positive run differential. I still have one big concern though, that continues to bug me. Have the Braves done enough? What I mean by that is have they given...
Arizona almost made one of their patented rallies, but in the end the Nationals went home with the victory Tuesday night, beating the Diamondbacks, 7-5.
Fire, rain and extra innings – Thursday’s game had everything but a rally by the Washington Nationals (39-39), who fell to the Arizona Diamondbacks (42-36) and failed to complete what could have been their first sweep since early April.
The rain-delayed game was punctuated by a small fire in a bank of lights over section 228 during the 11th inning. But as the fire...
Theismann wants to replace Huff. That’s neither thrilling or appalling. [Bog]
Bryce Harper’s P-Nats rehab starts with three innings tonight. [Nats Insider]
Fun 2013 Nats stats reveal that Strasburg is most excellent. [Nats Insider]
O’s lose opener to Cleveland, have dropped four straight. [Camden Chat]
Kevin Gausman is back in B’more, Freddy Garcia is gone. [Camden Chat]...