Nationals Announce Second Wave Of Call-Ups...


Davey Johnson told reporters on Monday that the Washington Nationals would be making a second round of call-ups after bringing three players up on Sunday when rosters expanded. The Nats announced a second wave of call-ups this afternoon...

Knorr Throws Hat In Ring For Next Nats' Skipper


Cal Ripken said he would consider it. Now Randy Knorr said he'd liked to be considered. The Nationals' search for their next manager isn't likely to start until after this season ends, but some candidates are making it known that they're interested.

Strasburg And Nats Drop Series Opener In Philly


Davey Johnson said this weekend that the Washington Nationals essentially needed to sweep the rest of the schedule, but they've lost three of the last four following last night's demoralizing 3-2 loss to the Philadelphia Phillies.

Harper Dealing W/ Hip Issue Acc To Davey Johnson


There was obviously something bothering Bryce Harper if you watched him in the last couple of games, and Davey Johnson finally found out what it was that was causing the Washington Nationals' 20-year-old outfielder to limp around the field...

Game 137 WPA: Boooooo! Nats 2, FF 3


Jerry Meals is a bum. Not to make the obvious joke, but he must have been late for dinner...

Phillies 3-2 Over Nationals After 8th Inning Rally


Stephen Strasburg and Cole Hamels did what was expected, dominating on the mound in CBP. The Nationals and Phillies were tied at 1-1 after seven. Scott Hairston gave the Nats a 2-1 lead late, but Jimmy Rollins and Carlos Ruiz won it in the eighth...

Nationals' Monday Night Lineup: Strasburg In CBP


The Washington Nationals dropped two of three to the New York Mets. Tonight in Citizens Bank Park they start a three-game set with another divisional rival when Stephen Strasburg and the Nats take on the Philadelphia Phillies and lefty Cole Hamels.

Johnson Says #Natitude Is Still Pretty Damn Good


So did Davey Johnson order the "CODE RED!" Or, I mean for Bryce Harper to bunt with two on and no one out in the eighth inning of what was then a 5-3 game in the New York Mets' favor? You'll have to read below to find out...

Game 136 WPA: Still going. Nats 6, Mets 5


It looked grim there for a while, but the boys hung in there and scraped out a win.

3-Run 8th Helps Nats Avoid Sweep, 6-5 Over Mets...


Just when it seemed like all hope was lost, the Nationals rallied with a three-run eighth to take a 6-5 lead and beat the Mets in the series finale to avoid the sweep at the hands of their NL East divisional rivals. 6-5 final in Washington, D.C.

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