Washington Nationals Game Recaps

Nationals Blow 4-1 Lead In 9th, Win 5-4 In 13th...

Stephen Strasburg dominated the Cubs through 8 2/3, but gave up a game-tying two-run home run by Donnie Murphy in the bottom of the ninth that tied it at 4-4. It went to the 13th before Denard Span doubled and scored a sac and swinging bunt, 5-4 D.C.

Nats 11-6 Over Cubs: Hairston Blast Hurts Cubbies

The Washington Nationals blew a 6-1 lead, but former Chicago Cubs' outfielder Scott Hairston came back to haunt the Cubbies, hitting a three-run blast onto Waveland Ave in the seventh to give the Nats a 9-6 lead in what ended up an 11-6 win.

Nationals 4-2 Over Cubs: Haren Strong In Wrigley

The Washington Nationals took a 1-0 lead early on an RBI double by Ryan Zimmerman, and the Nats' third baseman scored the go-ahead run in the sixth after the Chicago Cubs tied it. Dan Haren gave up just one run on a home run and the Nats won 4-2.

Cubs 11-1 Over Zimmermann And The Nats In Wrigley

Jordan Zimmermann gave up three HRs and eight runs total in five innings of work as the Chicago Cubs cruised to a 11-1 win in the first game of the Washington Nationals' four-game visit to Wrigley Field. With the loss, the Nats dropped to 60-64.

2-1 Braves: Nationals Drop 2 of 3 In Turner Field

The Washington Nationals wasted opportunities early in the series finale with the Atlanta Braves in Turner Field and in spite of a strong outing by Gio Gonzalez, the Nats dropped two of three with the NL East's first place team, falling to 60-63.

Upton's Walk-Off Wins It, 3-2 Braves Over Nats

Two errors by the Nationals led to two unearned runs against Nats' RHP Taylor Jordan. Braves' lefty Alex Wood gave up just one run in 6 1/3 IP, but the bullpen gave up the lead so it went to extra innings before Justin Upton's walk-off won it, 3-2

Rafael Soriano Blows Lead In 9th, 4-3 Giants

Nationals' right-hander Dan Haren gave up just one run in six innings of work and a three-run third inning gave the Nats a 3-1 lead that lasted until there were two outs in the top of the ninth when Hector Sanchez hit a three-run HR, 4-3 Giants.

448ft? Nats 6-5 Over Giants For Fifth Straight Win

Jordan Zimmermann wasn't as efficient as he probably hoped to be, but the Washington Nationals' right-hander surrendered just one run in seven innings of work and the Nats won their fifth straight game, 6-5 over the San Francisco Giants.

Gio Has Back Issues, Wilson Ramos Day-To-Day...

The Nationals beat the Giants, 4-2, but after Washington's fourth straight win, some drama in the dugout of the home team was the main topic of conversation as Gio Gonzalez and Jayson Werth had a few words on their way to another victory.

Strasburg: 9 IP, 4 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 1 BB, 10 Ks, 99 P

Washington Nationals right-hander Stephen Strasburg dominated the Philadelphia Phillies and went the distance for the first time in his career for the complete game shutout in a 6-0, sweep-completing win in Nationals Park.

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