The right-hander allowed four home runs for the first time since 2014, and Washington couldn’t respond.
by: Patrick Reddington — SB Nation: Federal Baseball 3h
Stephen Strasburg gave up four home runs (and nine hits total) and Kyle Barraclough gave one up as well in what ended up a 10-3 loss to the D-backs in D.C.
by: Mark Zuckerman — MASN 3h
Stephen Strasburg, more often than not, has pitched deep into games this season and at worst given the Nationals a good chance to win. The ...
by: Jesse Dougherty — Washington Post 15 Jun
Is it possible the Nationals have figured something out with their relievers? Latest win offers more evidence.
by: ron Kerr — MASN 14 Jun
Nationals manager Davey Martinez said first baseman Matt Adams was good to go Thursday, but the Nats opted to give him some more rest. The ...
Wire Taps: Koda Glover has setback; Trevor Rosenthal dominates; Nationals deserve to have 4 All-Stars...
by: Will Kubzansky — SB Nation: Federal Baseball 14 Jun
Catch up on the last 24 hours in Nationals news before the 2nd of 4 with the D-backs...
by: Matt Holleran — Fansided: District on Deck 14 Jun
The Washington Nationals kicked off their biggest homestand of the season Thursday night with a deflating 5-0 loss to the Arizona Diamondbacks. For the Was...
by: ron Kerr — MASN 14 Jun
The Nationals offense had extreme difficulty solving veteran right-hander Zack Greinke, who carried a no-hitter into the seventh inning Thursday night as the Diamondbacks opened ...
by: Sam Fortier — Washington Post 14 Jun
Veteran right-hander takes no-hitter into seventh and leaves only after a 63-minute rain delay.
by: Jamal Collier — MLB: Nationals 14 Jun
WASHINGTON -- Following a 1-hour, 3-minute rain delay and a quick bottom of the eighth inning, Trevor Rosenthal emerged from the bullpen in right field Thursday night at Nationals Park, ready to pitch the ninth inning, his first game in this stadium...
by: Mark Zuckerman — MASN 12 Jun
They had just been swept in ugly fashion in New York. Their bullpen was a disaster. Their defensive play was sloppy. Their manager’s job security ...
by: Jesse Dougherty — Washington Post 12 Jun
Left-hander pounded for seven runs, takes third straight loss as rally falls short in Chicago, 7-5
by: Scott Allen — Washington Post: D.C. Sports Bog 11 Jun
Traded by Washington in December 2016, the right-hander is dominating in his third season with the White Sox.
News in the Past 30 days
- Matt Adams
- Kyle Barraclough
- Patrick Corbin
- Sean Doolittle
- Brian Dozier
- Adam Eaton
- Erick Fedde
- Koda Glover
- Yan Gomes
- Matt Grace
- Javy Guerra
- Jeremy Hellickson
- Howard Kendrick
- Justin Miller
- Gerardo Parra
- Tanner Rainey
- Anthony Rendon
- Victor Robles
- Trevor Rosenthal
- Anibal Sanchez
- Max Scherzer
- Tony Sipp
- Juan Soto
- Stephen Strasburg
- Wander Suero
- Kurt Suzuki
- Michael Taylor
- Trea Turner
- Austen Williams
- Ryan Zimmerman