NEW YORK - As the bottom of the fifth arrived at Citi Field, Davey Martinez knew what he needed from Austin Voth: one more scoreless ...
Nats manager Dave Martinez meets with Bryce Harper after failure to run out ground ball - CBSSports.com
by: Mike Axisa — CBS Sports 14 Jul
Because this is what's holding the Nationals back, apparently
by: Associated Press July 14, 2018 — Sports Illustrated 14 Jul
Nationals manager Dave Martinez met with Bryce Harper after the outfielder failed to run out a ground ball in Washington’s 4-2 loss to the New York Mets.
by: Jerry Crasnick — ESPN 14 Jul
After Nationals star Bryce Harper failed to run to first base after a ground ball on Saturday, manager Dave Martinez said he spoke to the star about the incident and there were no lingering issues.
by: Grey Papke — Larry Brown Sports 14 Jul
Washington Nationals manager Dave Martinez wouldn't say much about the conversation he had with Bryce Harper about his lack of hustle on Friday night. Harper failed to run out what turned into a double play grounder during Washington's 4-2 loss to the...
by: FIPmyWHIP — SB Nation: Beyond the Box Score 14 Jul
Treinen has some of the nastiest stuff around which is fun to watch, but he’s also helping Oakland contend.
by: Bryan Mcwilliam — The Score 14 Jul
Washington Nationals manager Dave Martinez plans to speak with his star player Bryce Harper about not running out a ground ball against the New York Mets on Friday.With two on and one out in the fifth inning, Harper jogged to first after his hard liner...
by: Steven Helms — Fansided: District on Deck 14 Jul
Will the Washington Nationals starting rotation regain their pitching mojo when recovering Stephen Strasburg returns after the All-Star break? The Washingt...
2018 Celebrity Softball Game: Full list of participants and details on how to watch | NBC Sports Washington
by: Charlie DiSturco — NBC Sports Washington 14 Jul
Everything you need to know about the Celebrity All-Star Game that includes start time, how to watch and the full list of participants.
by: ron Kerr — MASN 14 Jul
NEW YORK - Right-hander Tanner Roark struggled early but then settled in to finish five innings Friday night. But the Nationals could not solve right-hander ...