In Defense of Rafael Soriano


Nationals closer Rafael Soriano often gets a bad rap around the Natosphere, but he ran his string of consecutive scoreless appearances to 19 in the Nats 3-1 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals...

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Williams talks 3-1 win over Cards, Gio and Storen


Gio Gonzalez gave the Washington Nationals seven strong innings tonight in the Nats' 3-1 win over the St. Louis Cardinals then the bullpen locked down the second game of the four-game set with the...

Nats' Span expected to return from DL today...


Denard Span was 1 for 2 with a walk in his second start with the Hagerstown Suns as he works his way back from a concussion suffered during last weekend's series in Atlanta, Georgia's Turner Field.

Nats beat Cards for first time since 2012, 3-1


A night after the Washington Nationals were shut out by the St. Louis Cardinals in an error-filled 8-0 loss, the Nats bounced back tonight and took advantage of a rare error by Yadier Molina in a...

Gio Gonzalez outduels Michael Wacha

In a tight game, the Nationals douse the Cardinals chance at a win due to Gio Gonzalez's stellar pitching.

Game 17 WPA: Alternating clowns. Nats 3, SCA 1


The calliope wasn't playing for the Nats this time, but they weren't too proud to dance to it when it played for the other side.

Nationals 3-1 over Cardinals in nation's capital


The Washington Nationals and St. Louis Cardinals were tied up at 1-1 after six and a half, but the Nats took advantage of a bases-loaded wild pitch and throwing error to push two runs across in...

Williams on Nats' errors, Taylor Jordan vs St.L


The Washington Nationals dropped an 8-0 decision to the St. Louis Cardinals last night, making four errors in the process. Matt Williams talked afterwards about the defensive issues and Taylor...

Hunt and Peck: Links of the Week


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Bryce Harper travels through time like John Titor


It's a big week for marketing Nationals' slugger Bryce Harper. The 21-year-old, 2010 no.1 overall pick is featured in an MLB "For the Love of the Game" ad which comes shortly after the debut of his...

Treinen: Piece in Morse trade part of Nats' 'pen


Blake Treinen was one of three prospects acquired in the three-team 2013 trade that sent Michael Morse to Seattle. After a strong season at Double-A and an impressive spring, the right-hander made...

"Probably the worst one we've played." - Williams


Matt Williams talked to his team after they dropped an 8-0 decision to the St. Louis Cardinals tonight, but he wasn't interested in sharing the message he had for his players. "That's for me and my...

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