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And here's a photo of Drew Storen and Tyler Clippard in the pits at the Daytona 500 on Monday night. Photo by Brandon Bobelak (<a href="https://twitter.com/#!/brandonbobelak"">@brandonbobelak). Apparently Jayson Werth and Michael Morse were in attendance, too, but thankfully, no Nats were involved in the Juan Pablo Montoya/jet fuel inferno delay.
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The Washington Nationals have improved by leaps and bounds over the off season. They are coming into this season with a highly talented front end of the rotation, and a back end that is formidable enough to get the job done. We may be seeing the beginnings of a very long successful run from this franchise.
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To celebrate Ryan Zimmerman's new 6 year, $100M extension (full no-trade!) here's a video compilation of his 12 home runs in his injury-shortened 2011, above. And none of them better than his walk-off grand slam to beat the Phillies in August:
Here's to dozens and dozens more walk-off bombs by Mr. Walk-off through at least 2019; especially walk-off bombs that...
The Washington Nationals will likely have another major pitching prospect undergo Tommy John surgery. This time it's the team's No. 6 prospect on Baseball America's Top 10 list, LHP Sammy Solis. CSNWashington.com's Mark Zuckerman had this story first.
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It may not touch any deal that Alex Rodriguez has gotten, but Ryan Zimmerman just became the second highest paid third baseman in MLB history.
The deal, which is an extension of his current contract, is initially worth $100 million, but if the team picks up his option for the 2020 season that total could increase to $150 million including both contracts.
Zimmerman, who battled injuries...
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The Nationals locked up cornerstone third baseman Ryan Zimmerman for the next eight seasons. It's a long-term gamble but another sign the franchise is trending up, says Joe Lemire.
Taking no chances with such a national treasure, the Nationals won't let Stephen Strasburg pitch more than about 160 innings this season.
VIERA, Fla. — More than two months after they felt they'd dodged a bullet, the Washington Nationals and left-handed prospect Sammy Solis got exactly the news they were hoping to avoid. Solis will undergo Tommy John ligament reconstruction surgery on March 6, general manager Mike Rizzo said Tuesday. He'll be ...
The Washington Nationals have lost top pitching prospect Sammy Solis for the season because an elbow injury.