Well, spot starter Austin Voth tried his best in his major league debut today, but it just didn’t work out. A flurry of singles in the second inning made it a 3-0 game early, and then the New York Mets … Continue reading →
by: N/A — MLB: Nationals 23h
NEW YORK -- With the All-Star break set to begin Monday, when Gio Gonzalez would normally have been slated to pitch, the Nationals have devised a creative way to keep their southpaw starter sharp. Instead of stretching out in a typical mid-week bullpen...
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 ...
by: Stephen G. "Ghost" Mears — Talk Nats 11 Jul
Jeremy Hellickson pitched a 5-inning shutout with a 2-run lead he received form an Anthony Rendon home run. In the top of the 6th inning with bases loaded, manager Dave Martinez pulled Hellickson to add-on runs and sent in pinch-hitter … Continue reading
by: Mark Zuckerman — MASN 11 Jul
PITTSBURGH - It was the formula that worked so well in April and May - five dominant innings from Jeremy Hellickson, then four innings from ...
by: Monty Taylor — Fansided: District on Deck 10 Jul
Washington Nationals rookie Jefry Rodriguez looked over-matched and unprepared for the Pittsburgh Pirates on Monday night. The struggles with the Washingto...
by: Stephen G. "Ghost" Mears — Talk Nats 9 Jul
It’s great to have All-Star players on your team like Scherzer, Doolittle and Harper, and the Washington Nationals have other star players like Trea Turner, Anthony Rendon, and Juan Soto who are near the tops of baseball in analytics. This … Continue...
by: Joe Arvis — The Nats Blog 9 Jul
Figuring out what has gone wrong with the 2018 Nationals is a multi-pronged study in disappointment. But lets not fool ourselves. Lets use July 4th as a snapshot.
by: David Driver — Special to The Washington Times — The Washington Times 8 Jul
J.T. Realmuto had five hits, Martin Prado had four hits and leadoff man Derek Dietrich reached base five times as the Miami Marlins lashed out 22 hits and beat the Washington Nationals 10-2 on Sunday,
by: Chelsea Janes — Washington Post 8 Jul
Roark lasts only four innings and Miami goes on to pound out 22 hits in a 10-2 laugher.
by: Joshua Gold — Talk Nats 8 Jul
Disclaimer * If this article is confusing, it’s supposed to be. This shows just how hard it is to set a Major League 25-man roster for hopeful success. I hope I was clear enough with all the potential roster moves … Continue reading →
by: Stephen G. "Ghost" Mears — Talk Nats 7 Jul
It’s a battle of attrition on a 25-man roster when your starter exits early. The bullpen needed 7-innings from Gio Gonzalez last night and barely got five. The bullpen covered 8 innings for an injured Erick Fedde and 6 innings … Continue reading →
by: Blake Finney — Fansided: District on Deck 7 Jul
The Washington Nationals know how fruitful the international signing period can be. Will Luis Garcia follow in the footsteps of Juan Soto and Victor Robles...
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