Nats' Wednesday Lineup; Anthony Rendon's Big Walk


Did you know that Anthony Rendon walked more than he K'd in college? 176 walks to 78 Ks, .502 OBP in 187 games at Rice. On Tuesday afternoon in D.C., he took a free pass from Braves' closer Craig Kimbrel then ended up scoring the winning run...

Rizzo And Johnson on Ohlendorf And Roark...


Tanner Roark and Ross Ohlendorf? Sure, everyone knew the two would contribute to the Nationals' run this season, but who thought they would be as good as they have been? Nats' GM Mike Rizzo and skipper Davey Johnson talked about the two pitchers...

"Well, how about Tanner Roark?" - Davey Johnson


"He's got good stuff, no.1," Davey Johnson told reporters after the Nationals' 4-0 win over the Braves, "but he's got great command." He was talking about Tanner Roark, who improved to (7-0) as the Nats swept Tuesday's doubleheader.

Game 151 WPA: ROARK!!1!!1(eleventy)! Nats 4, RFB 0


Dude. Tanner. Franking. Roark. Dude.

Nats 4-0 Over Braves: BOW BEFORE ROARK!!!!


Ryan Zimmerman's eighth inning home run gave the Washington Nationals some breathing room, but it was Tanner Roark's effort that carried the Nats in their doubleheader-sweeping 4-0 win over the Atlanta Braves today in Nationals Park.

"This Is Our Home... This Is Our Yard." - Davey


"We just have to show them, this is our home," Davey Johnson said. "This is our yard. You can't do that to us." The Nationals beat the Atlanta Braves in the bottom of the ninth this afternoon after Davey Johnson said they needed to send a message...

Nationals' Lineup For Game 2 Of 3 With The Braves


The Washington Nationals beat the Atlanta Braves 6-5 in the first of two they'll play with the Braves today. Can the Nats make it 2 for 2 in the doubleheader with the NL East's first place team? Tanner Roark takes the hill in the nightcap.

Game 150 WPA: Clown win, Bro. Nats 6, RFB 5


So, 8 innings of dramatic, well-played baseball, then a comedy inning. Winning's easy! Comedy is hard.

Span's Grounder+Simmons' E = Walk-Off 6-5 Win!!!!


Just when it looked like all hope was lost, the Washington Nationals loaded the bases with no one out against Atlanta Braves' closer Craig Kimbrel and got three runs to earn the walk-off 6-5 win in the first game of today's doubleheader in Nats Park.

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