Right-hander Tanner Roark had his second straight start where he was not able to get through the fifth inning as the Phillies dropped the Nationals ...
by: alec.Brzezinski@performgroup.com (Alec Brzezinski) — Sporting News 7m
The Red Sox and Mariners had their hotting shoes on Friday in a thrilling offensive showdown.
by: N/A — MLB: Nationals 39m
WASHINGTON -- The issues that plagued right-hander Tanner Roark a year ago have reappeared in his two most recent outings. His command has been inconsistent. His pitch counts have increased early in his outings and prevented him from lasting deep in games
by: David Driver — Special to The Washington Tines — The Washington Times 48m
Nationals right fielder Bryce Harper took a few steps toward the fence and then stopped to watch the ball as Philadelphia's Carlos Santana crushed one of the Phillies' three homers Friday.
by: @usatoday — USA Today 50m
Herrera homers against as surging Phillies pound Nationals 12-2
by: Chelsea Janes — Washington Post 55m
Right-hander again fails to make it out of the fifth in 12-2 rout that leaves Philadelphia a half-game up in the NL East.
by: AP — Fox Sports 1h
WASHINGTON (AP) Odubel Herrera homered for the fifth straight game and finished with four hits, helping the Philadelphia Phillies rout the Washington Nationals 12-2 on Friday night.
by: Stephen G. "Ghost" Mears — Talk Nats 1h
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by: Patrick Reddington — SB Nation: Federal Baseball 1h
Tanner Roark struggled again and the Phillies, led by a red-hot Odubel Herrera, kept on scoring throughout what ended up a 12-2 win in Nationals Park.
by: Jorge Castillo — Washington Post: Nationals Journal 6h
Stephen Strasburg played catch for the second time since his injury on Friday, while Jeremy Hellickson will make a rehab start on Sunday.
by: Jacob Chatfield — Fansided: Call To The Pen 6h
J.T. Realmuto and the Washington Nationals seemed like a match made in heaven. But the most recent reports seem like the price might be too high for the Na...
by: Charlie DiSturco — NBC Sports Washington 7h
Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper will compete in the 2018 Home Run Derby, set to take place in Nationals Park, if one thing happens.
by: Mike Axisa — CBS Sports 7h
Harper's going to skip the Home Run Derby if he's not an All-Star