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Switch-hitting slugger Zach Walters homers again

He hit home runs in each of the last two games, but Nationals' infielder Zach Walters was just happy that tonight's was in a win so that he could really enjoy it. The 24-year-old switch-hitting shortstop is impressing after being called up

Harper has tightness in quad, expects to play Tues

Nationals' outfielder Steven Souza replaced Bryce Harper in center in the 7th inning tonight after Washington's 2010 no.1 overall pick went 3 for 4 in the Nats' 9-2 win over Miami. After the game Harper said it was just some tightness in his quad.

Williams on Taylor Jordan, Zimmerman's injury

A fractured right thumb is going to cost Ryan Zimmerman 4-6 weeks. With Zim out of the lineup, Anthony Rendon will play third with Danny Espinosa at second. Zach Walters was called up today, too but Matt Williams said it's a big blow...

Wire Taps: #RUNHARPRUN! HRs, Bat Flips + Links...

Stop moving Bryce Harper around in the lineup!! That's what The Big Hurt and Gabe Kapler say at least, check out the link somewhere below. Nationals beat the Miami Marlins in dramatic fashion on Wednesday night. 4:05 pm EDT today for Game 3...

Williams on Taking Advantage of Opportunities

Nationals' Manager Matt Williams said the Nats talked while preparing to face Miami Marlins' starter Henderson Alvarez about taking advantage of his tendency to occasionally bounce a few pitches. It ended up helping in last night's win.

Nats Nightly: Nats Lose 2-1 To Braves, Lose Review

Tonight on Nats Nightly we invited two guests, Joe Drugan from The Nats Blog and Tom Bridge from We Love DC. We talked about the Nationals' 2-1 loss to the Braves, the controversial review call and more on our daily Nats podcast.

AUDIO: Nats Nightly Talking Nationals' 5-1 Win

Nats Nightly usually = Dave Nichols from the District Sports Page, Doghouse from FBB and I talking about the Nationals every night, but Dave was flying into D.C. tonight as the Nats beat the Mets 5-1 to take the first two of three in Citi Field...

Nats Nightly: Nationals Win Season Opener, 9-7...

In case you're new to the site or haven't heard this before this is Nats Nightly, a collaboration between the District Sports Page and Federal Baseball. Dave Nichols and I, and often Doughouse, talk after every game, including today's 9-7 win...

AUDIO: Nats Nightly w/ Dave from DSP and FBB

Nats Nightly = Dave Nichols from the District Sports Page and FederalBaseball.com talking Nationals. In the first episode of the season we talk Nats' roster cuts and the Washington Nationals' rotation. Tyler Moore, Aaron Barret, Roark vs Jordan?

AUDIO: Nats Nightly On Fister, Ohlendorf, Detwiler

With all the Washington Nationals news out there for discussing we decided to get the band back together for a Hot Stove edition of Nats Nightly with FBB's Doghouse and myself and the District Sports Page's Dave Nichols all talking Nationals...


"It's Time To Go Home. Put Me Out To Pasture."

Nationals' skipper Davey Johnson managed the Nats to an 86-76 record this season, but the 2012 NL East Champs fell short of their goal of returning to the postseason after losing in the NLDS last season. Johnson managed his final game Sunday...

Davey Johnson On Michael Wacha's No-Hit Bid...

Michael Wacha had a no-hit bid through 8 2/3 IP tonight in Busch Stadium, but the Cardinals' rookie right-hander surrendered an infield single by Nationals' third baseman Ryan Zimmerman with two outs in the ninth inning of a 2-0 Cards' win.

Davey On 2013 Nationals: "We Dug Our Own Hole."

The Nationals were mathematically eliminated from postseason contention last night. Davey Johnson's "World Series or Bust!" final season didn't go as planned and the big hole the Nats dug themselves early proved too deep to climb out of in the end.

"Don't Lose The Faith." - Davey Johnson

Nationals' manager Davey Johnson managed what will likely be his last game in the nation's capital on Sunday afternoon, then held his final press conference in Nationals Park. An emotional day ended up with the 70-year-old skipper defiant as usual...

Davey Johnson On Jordan Zimmermann's CG/SO vs MIA

Jordan Zimmermann earned his NL-leading 19th win of the year tonight in the nation's capital, where the Washington Nationals beat the Miami Marlins 8-0 for the eighth straight win over the Nats' NL East rivals in Nationals Park this season.

Davey: Strasburg Scratched From Thursday Start

Davey Johnson told reporters tonight that he scratched Stephen Strasburg from his scheduled start tomorrow against the Marlins, but Johnson said he was confident the 25-year-old pitcher would be available for the Nationals on Saturday in Washington,

Rizzo And Johnson on Ohlendorf And Roark...

Tanner Roark and Ross Ohlendorf? Sure, everyone knew the two would contribute to the Nationals' run this season, but who thought they would be as good as they have been? Nats' GM Mike Rizzo and skipper Davey Johnson talked about the two pitchers...

Span Has 26G Hit Streak: Who's Got D.C.'s Longest?

Denard Span extended his hit streak to 26 games with a hit in this afternoon's 11-2 win over the Philadelphia Phillies. So where does the Nationals' center fielder's hit streak rank in D.C. baseball history? It's actually the fifth-longest...

Nationals Sweep Mets; Head Home For 10 Games...

Davey Johnson's last series as a manager in New York was a rousing success as his Washington Nationals swept the Mets in four straight games. The Nats hit 13 HRs in four games and now they head home to start a 10-game homestand in Nationals Park.

Johnson on Haren; Zimmerman; Moving Zim To 1st...

Washington Nationals' manager Davey Johnson liked what he saw from his starter and his third baseman in the Nats' 3-0 win over the New York Mets tonight in Citi Field in Flushing, Queens, NY. The Nationals won their fifth straight game...

AUDIO: Nats Nightly After 6-3 Win Over The Mets

Can Jayson Werth be stopped? And don't you love that he won't talk about what's going right for him at the plate? Can I ask Dave a question that will stump him before he gets out of his car? Can the Washington Nationals keep on winning? Find out...

#TKCHZ!!! Nats Nightly Talks Zim, Row-Ark; Harper

On the latest edition of Nats Nightly, FBB's Doghouse called in to talk about the Nationals' 9-2 win over the Marlins; Ryan Zimmerman's power display and glove work; Bryce Harper's hip and Tanner Roark's first start in the majors.

Davey Johnson On Nats' Loss; Jose Fernandez; Haren

Washington Nationals' starter Dan Haren and the Nats fell behind early tonight in Miami and then Marlins' starter Jose Fernandez shut the visiting team down and threatened to throw a no-hitter. The Fish ended up with a 7-0 win.

"We Don't Feel Like We're Out Of This Thing."

Washington Nationals' skipper Davey Johnson did everything he could to get the Nats a 3-2 win in the finale of their three-game set with the Philadelphia Phillies in Citizens Bank Park. The Nationals took two of three from their divisional rivals.

Washington Wins An Ugly One In Philadelphia...

Davey Johnson said it was an ugly win, but a win. Washington's 9-6 win over the Philadelphia Phillies on Tuesday night left the Nationals 70-68 on the year and gave them a chance to take the series in Citizens Bank Park with a win tomorrow night.

Strasburg And Nats Drop Series Opener In Philly

Davey Johnson said this weekend that the Washington Nationals essentially needed to sweep the rest of the schedule, but they've lost three of the last four following last night's demoralizing 3-2 loss to the Philadelphia Phillies.

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