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Nats' Roark is untouchable in the nation's capital

When he was done with 6 ⅔ scoreless on the mound on Monday night, Nationals' right-hander Tanner Roark's ERA in 26 IP in Washington, D.C. was down to 0.35. He handed a 1-0 lead to the bullpen, but the LA Angels came back to win.

LAA 4-2 over Nats: Clippard's struggles continue

The Washington Nationals handed a 1-0 lead to Tyler Clippard in the eighth inning, but the 29-year-old right-hander couldn't make it stick. The LA Angels scored four runs in the inning and ended up winning 4-2 in the first game of three in D.C.

Game 20 WPA: Disappointment. Nats 2, LAAAT&SF 4

It may be time to worry about Clippard.

Angels win 4-2 w/ four-run 8th vs Nats' Clippard

It was supposed to be Bryce Harper vs Mike Trout tonight in D.C., but Tanner Roark stole the show with 6 2/3 scoreless against the Los Angeles Angels. The Nats took a 1-0 lead into the eighth, but LA rallied against Tyler Clippard and won it, 4-2.

Matt Williams talks Bryce Harper vs Mike Trout...

The much-anticipated matchup between Washington Nationals' outfielder Bryce Harper and LA Angels' slugger Mike Trout is underway in the nation's capital. Before today's game, Nats' skipper Matt Williams talked about the comparisons...


Nationals vs Angels: GameThread 20 of 162

The Washington Nationals split their four-game set with the St. Louis Cardinals this weekend, now they welcome the LA Angels to the nation's capital for a three-game series. Garrett Richards vs Tanner Roark. TV: MASN; RADIO: 106.7 the FAN, 1500AM.

Williams: Ramos "a little bit" ahead of schedule

Washington Nationals' manager Matt Williams updated reporters on the status of Wilson Ramos' rehab from hamate bone surgery this afternoon, saying that, " He's right on schedule, maybe a little bit ahead, actually."

Bryce Harper: Worst human being on Earth RIGHT NOW

The Nationals "narrow their eyes" as to Bryce Harper's motivations. As long as he produces, his motives don't truly matter.

Williams on Espinosa's early-season success...

Nationals' second baseman Danny Espinosa has received more playing time than expected with Ryan Zimmerman down and the switch-hitting infielder has produced at the plate after a disappointing, injury-plagued campaign in 2013.

Strasburg strong in D.C., puts slider away vs STL.

Washington Nationals' right-hander Stephen Strasburg wasn't particularly talkative after his outing on Sunday against St. Louis, but he bounced back from a rough outing in Miami with a strong start against the Cardinals.

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