Washington Nationals (19-29, fourth in the NL East) vs. New York Mets (22-25, third in the NL East)
by: Jesse Dougherty — Washington Post: Early Lead 21 May
Eaton and Frazier, former teammates with the Chicago White Sox, have a history that lengthened at Citi Field on Monday night.
by: Matthew Veasey — Phillies Nation 20 May
One week ago today, the Philadelphia Phillies (27-19) were seven games over the .500 mark in first place in the National League East Division standings. They led the second place Atlanta Braves by three games, and were four up in the loss column...
Nationals-Mets series preview: NL East implications, Erick Fedde’s rotation audition, Juan Soto sparks
by: Sam Fortier — Washington Post 20 May
The Washington Nationals are coming off a mixed-reviews series loss to the Chicago Cub and they're hurtling toward seven very important games against National League East foes.
by: The Associated Press — Wisconsin State Journal 20 May
Washington Nationals (19-27, fourth in the NL East) vs. New York Mets (20-25, third in the NL East)
by: Jesse Dougherty — Washington Post 20 May
Hellickson struggles through three innings and Washington falls behind by four runs before an ultimately fruitless rally in a 6-5 defeat.
by: Thom Loverro — The Washington Times 19 May
Now the Nationals would be better off if their Class AAA team -- typically used as the safety net to fill pitching needs -- would be better off if it were in Quebec. Or Havana.
by: Marissa — Mets Merized Online 19 May
Good morning, Mets fans!Saturday, the Mets dropped a tough loss against the Marlins 2-0. The team as a whole collected one hit, the one being from Jeff McNeil. Steven Matz did not last long in
by: The Associated Press — Wisconsin State Journal 19 May
Chicago Cubs (26-17, first in the NL Central) vs. Washington Nationals (19-26, fourth in the NL East)
by: Associated Press — Daily Herald 19 May
The Cubs will start Kyle Hendricks on Sunday while the Nationals are expected to counter with Jeremy Hellickson
by: Harvey Valentine — The Washington Times 19 May
Cubs manager Joe Maddon protested Chicago's 5-2 loss to the Nationals on Saturday night after twice coming out to complain about Washington closer Sean Doolittle's delivery.
by: HARVEY VALENINTE — Daily Herald 19 May
Cubs manager Joe Maddon protested Chicago's 5-2 loss to the Nationals on Saturday night after twice coming out to complain about Washington closer Sean Doolittle's delivery. After eight solid innings by Stephen Strasburg, Doolittle pitched the ninth...
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- Matt Adams
- Kyle Barraclough
- Patrick Corbin
- Wilmer Difo
- Sean Doolittle
- Brian Dozier
- Adam Eaton
- Koda Glover
- Yan Gomes
- Matt Grace
- Jeremy Hellickson
- Howard Kendrick
- Justin Miller
- Anthony Rendon
- Victor Robles
- Trevor Rosenthal
- Joe Ross
- Anibal Sanchez
- Max Scherzer
- Tony Sipp
- Juan Soto
- Stephen Strasburg
- Wander Suero
- Kurt Suzuki
- Michael Taylor
- Trea Turner
- Austen Williams
- Ryan Zimmerman