The Nationals bullpen took their lumps for most of the first two months of the season. But recently they have been able to avoid big ...
by: ron Kerr — MASN 23h
The Nationals’ formula for success recently has been solid starting pitching, coupled with a power-hitting lineup and a bullpen that has bent but not broke. ...
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: Stephen G. "Ghost" Mears — Talk Nats 15 Jun
The Washington Nationals needed to end a 2-game skid, and Max Scherzer delivered with a 7-inning 2-run performance that finished with one in the “W” column. Scherzer exited in with a 5-2 lead, and his offense gave him two more … Continue reading →
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: Stephen G. "Ghost" Mears — Talk Nats 9 Jun
The Nationals needed some run support behind Stephen Strasburg and they got just that in the top of the 8th inning with four consecutive solo home runs to take the game from a 1-1 deadlock to a 5-1 lead and … Continue reading →
by: Mark Zuckerman — MASN 9 Jun
SAN DIEGO - The first one, a pinch-hit rocket to left by Howie Kendrick, was impressive both because of the situation and the fact it ...
by: Jesse Dougherty — Washington Post 9 Jun
Ace halts two-game skid with seven sharp innings in 4-1 win on the road.
by: Kevin Acee — Sandiego Union-Tribune 9 Jun
Nationals starter Max Scherzer goes seven shutout innings, as Padres can't turn patience into production
by: Patrick Reddington — SB Nation: Federal Baseball 9 Jun
Max Scherzer struck out nine batters in seven scoreless in San Diego’s Petco Park, helping lead Washington to a 4-1 win over the Padres.
by: Justin Toscano, MLB writer — North Jersey 9 Jun
The Mets are making Citi Field history as we speak.
by: Mark Zuckerman — MASN 8 Jun
SAN DIEGO - They got the string of clutch hits they needed to tie the game in the seventh. They got a pair of scoreless ...
by: Jesse Dougherty — Washington Post 7 Jun
Washington hands starter Patrick Corbin a 4-0 first-inning lead, but Corbin scuffles through five innings and Nats turn frigid at the plate in 5-4 loss in San Diego.
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