Nats' Wednesday Night Lineup; + Wilson Ramos Love


Washington Nationals' manager Davey Johnson praised the work Wilson Ramos did behind the plate after last night's win over the New York Mets and talked today about keeping his 26-year-old catcher in the lineup as much as possible going forward...

Zimmermann Wins 17th; Rizzo On '14 Rotation...


Washington Nationals' right-hander Jordan Zimmermann did enough to earn the win last night. Nats' GM Mike Rizzo talked about the '07 2nd Round pick on his weekly radio show this morning and also discussed the make-up of the 2014 rotation...

Rizzo And Johnson On Werth And Span; Late Surge...


Washington Nationals' manager Davey Johnson and Nats' GM Mike Rizzo like what they've seen from the defending NL East Champions during their late-season run, but it's getting late. Can Jayson Werth and Denard Span help make something amazing happen?

AUDIO: Nats Nightly After 6-3 Win Over The Mets


Can Jayson Werth be stopped? And don't you love that he won't talk about what's going right for him at the plate? Can I ask Dave a question that will stump him before he gets out of his car? Can the Washington Nationals keep on winning? Find out...

Game 144 WPA: Rock on! Nats 6, Mets 3


The Nats keep score early, middle, late... and win! How about that!

Nationals 6-3 Over Mets For 4th Straight Win...


The Washington Nationals scored early and got a clutch (if it existed) RBI hit from Wilson Ramos in the sixth that ended up being the winning run in the fourth straight win overall and second in-a-row over the New York Mets. 6-3 final in Citi Field.

Stras, Gio, Zim(n) + Det? Jordan? Karns? Roark?


The Nationals have options like Ross Detwiler, Taylor Jordan, Nathan Karns, Ross Ohlendorf (maybe) and Tanner Roark, but do they need to add another starter to the mix for 2014? Are the Nats' in-house options enough?

Washington Nationals Announce 2014 Schedule


Major League Baseball released their 2014 schedules this afternoon. The Washington Nationals open their 2014 schedule on March 31, 2014 in New York's Citi Field in the first game of three with the Mets.

Gio Gonzalez Loses No-Hit Bid In 7th In Citi Field


Washington Nationals' lefty Gio Gonzalez gave up just one hit in last night's game against the New York Mets in Citi Field and it came in the seventh inning, just when the 27-year-old lefty and Nats fans everywhere were starting to think no-hitter...

Game 143 WPA: MASN = jinxers. Nats 9, Mets 0


Yeah, that MASN tweet came right before the hit. Coincidence? Or JINX?!

Gio Takes No-Hit Bid Into 7th: Nats 9-0 Over Mets


Gio Gonzalez had a no-hit bid going through six innings tonight in Flushing, Queens, NY's Citi Field, but the Washington Nationals' lefty gave up a single by Zach Lutz that ended the tension. This one was never in doubt, however. 9-0 Nationals.

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