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Mark Reynolds in the sixth and Charlie Blackmon in the seventh hit big home runs that helped the Rockies end Washington’s seven-game win streak in the series opener in Colorado’s Coors Field.
Washington led 4-1 after 5 1/2, but the Colorado Rockies scored two in the six and added two more in the seventh on a Charlie Blackmon home run that was the difference tonight in Coors Field, 8-4 Rockies final.
Dusty Baker talked this weekend about the importance of playing good baseball on the road, and so far this season the Nationals are doing just that.
Recently-returned New York Mets’ reliever Jeurys Familia walked fresh-off-the-DL Trea Turner with the bases loaded to force in the winning run for the Washington Nationals.
Bryce Harper, Michael A. Taylor, Adam Eaton and Anthony Rendon all flashed the leather in the Nationals’ 3-2 win in the series finale with the Braves.
We talked about Bryce Harper’s big, two-homer night, his success against Julio Teheran and more on Nats Nightly after last night’s win.
Blake Treinen struggled in another outing tonight in Atlanta and Dusty Baker said that there might have to be changes at the back end of the Nationals’ bullpen.
For the third straight start, Stephen Strasburg got through seven innings, but it took the Nationals ten innings to beat the Phillies.
Dusty Baker talked about what Gio Gonzalez is doing right early this season. Gonzalez earned the decision in the Nationals’ 8-3 win over the Cardinals on Tuesday night.
Nationals’ skipper Dusty Baker talked about the one silver lining in last night’s 17-3 loss to the Phillies...
Dusty Baker talked about his decisions with the bullpen last night, and we talked about the Nationals’ loss on Nats Nightly after the game...
We talked about Enny Romero’s debut for the Washington Nationals and the Nats’ 6-4 win on Nats Nightly after last night’s game.
A closer is born. Blake Treinen, mild-mannered reliever, showed the Nationals that he has the stuff to close out games in Washington’s season opening win. And he looked like he liked it.
Washington battled back late, but lost Game 4 of the NLDS with the Los Angeles Dodgers, so Game 5 takes place in D.C. on Thursday.
Dusty Baker is scheduled to meet with reporters early this afternoon. Will he finally announce who is starting for the Nationals?
“I didn’t think anybody could hit a home run out to left field today,” Dusty Baker said after Jose Lobaton’s three-run blast lifted the Nationals to a 5-2 win over the Dodgers.
After dropping the series opener last night, the Nationals send Tanner Roark to the mound in Game 2 of the NLDS with the Dodgers.
Daniel Murphy took one last shot at the NL batting title on Sunday, but came up short at the end of his first season in D.C.
With the Los Angeles Dodgers’ loss on Saturday afternoon, the Washington Nationals clinched home field advantage in the NLDS.
Washington Nationals’ skipper Dusty Baker, GM Mike Rizzo, the Nats’ coaches and more will meet today to talk about putting together the postseason roster.
Max Scherzer earned his 19th win of 2016 Tuesday night in the nation’s capital, in the Nationals’ 4-2 win over the D-Backs.
“He doesn’t look too good tonight,” Dusty Baker told reporters after Nationals’ catcher Wilson Ramos injured his right knee on Monday.
Bryce Harper is day-to-day after injuring his thumb on a controversial play at third in the Nationals’ win over the Pirates on Sunday.
The Washington Nationals have clinched the 2016 NL East crown. Celebrate now, postseason next! Bring on October!!!
Dusty Baker talked after last night’s loss about Bryce Harper’s struggles and the Nationals’ issues as a team.
“Tanner [Roark] pitched better than a loss tonight,” Dusty Baker told reporters after the Nationals’ 1-0 loss in Marlins Park.
Bryce Harper is 0 for 15 with seven Ks in his last six games heading into today’s series finale with the Braves.
Dusty Baker was in the Nationals’ thoughts as they beat the Mets, 1-0, while their manager was away due to a death in his family.
“A.J. Cole kept us in the game,” Dusty Baker told reporters after what ended up a 4-3 loss to the Mets in Nationals Park.
Mat Latos impressed while he was on the mound (and at the plate) last night, but an injury ended his debut as a start with the Nationals.
Dusty Baker talked to Nats’ left-hander Gio Gonzalez about stepping up with Stephen Strasburg out and he responded.