WASHINGTON -- Injuries have been a large factor in a disappointing first half for the Nationals, who return from the All-Star break at 48-48, but they are getting close to full strength and in position -- they believe -- to make a charge toward a third...
by: Mark Zuckerman — MASN 3h
The Nationals got two of their key injured players - Stephen Strasburg and Ryan Zimmerman - back from the disabled list today. They’ll have to ...
by: Matt Weyrich — SB Nation: Federal Baseball 4h
The Washington Nationals are sitting at .500 as the second half gets underway. Will they show the Atlanta Braves that they’re still contenders in the competitive NL East?
by: John Shea — SF Gate 4h
The game's too slow. Too many strikeouts. Too many home runs. Too much inactivity. Too much replay. Not enough replay. Bring on the universal designated hitter. Scratch the DH altogether. Too much competitive imbalance. Ban the shift. Introduce robot umps
by: George Kurtz — Sports Grid 5h
The Latest Closer Insights, Analysis and Depth Charts Atlanta Braves: Arodys Vizcaino had to be placed back on the disabled just before the All-Star break due to right shoulder inflammation. The Braves were trying to play it safe with Vizcaino as he had..
by: Chelsea Janes — Washington Post 6h
Strasburg will start Friday night, but Zimmerman won't. Matt Adams gets the nod instead.
by: Stephen G. "Ghost" Mears — Talk Nats 7h
As the official second half of the season starts tonight for 28 teams, the Nationals have a golden opportunity to make up ground in the NL East as they will face the rival Atlanta Braves for a 3-game weekend if … Continue reading →
by: https://www.facebook.com/nbcswashington/ — NBC Sports Washington 11h
The (unofficial) first half of the 2018 MLB regular season has come and gone. What should fans be keeping an eye on between now and October?
by: Associated Press — Boston Globe Media 14h
"We had a great first part of the season, but that doesn't guarantee us anything in October."
by: David Driver — Special to The Washington Times — The Washington Times 20 Jul
Friday night would be a good time for the Nationals to start playing with a sense of urgency, manager Dave Martinez said.