Doug Fister says he's ready to make Nats debut...

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Doug Fister completed his second rehab start last night with Double-A Harrisburg and this afternoon, the 30-year-old right-hander declared himself ready to return to the majors. He's expected to make his Washington Nationals' debut this Wednesday.

Nats Injury Updates on Ramos, LaRoche and Fister

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Wilson Ramos was in Florida hitting home runs in extended Spring Training. Adam LaRoche was in Philadelphia, but he left the game early. Doug Fister was in Reading, PA making his second rehab start. Nats injury updates from Matt Williams...

Nationals 5-3 over Phillies: On Strasburg in CBP

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Washington Nationals' right-hander Stephen Strasburg gave up a three-run home run in the first inning of last night's game, but shut the Philadelphia Phillies down after that in what ended up a 5-3 win when the Nats rallied against Philly's 'pen.

Game 29 WPA: Beardback. Nats 5, FF 3

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The beards do it all tonight, good and bad. But mostly good.

Nationals 5-3 over Phillies: Another comeback win

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Stephen Strasburg gave up three unearned runs on a home run in the first, but held the Philadelphia Phillies off the board for the next five innings and the Washington Nationals came back from another early deficit to take the 1st of 3 in CBP, 5-3.

Nats Series preview interview with Phillies 24/7

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Corey Seidman from Phillies 24/7 radio invited us on to talk about the three-game set in Citizens Bank Park this weekend and we talked last night about Bryce Harper, Ryan Zimmerman, Anthony Rendon and Matt Williams' first month on the bench.

Nationals' C Jose Lobaton getting comfortable...

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The Washington Nationals talked about being comfortable with their catching depth right up until the point they dealt for Tampa Bay Rays' catcher Jose Lobaton. With Wilson Ramos out, Lobaton's getting more time in the lineup than expected...

Wire Taps: Nats vs Phillies in CBP, Stras vs Lee

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The Washington Nationals start a three-game set in Citizens Bank Park tonight with Stephen Strasburg on the mound against Philadelphia Phillies' lefty Cliff Lee. Can the Nats make it three in-a-row after sweeping the two-game set in Houston?

The Nats' Sort of Jekyll and Hyde Offense

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While the Nationals have had an impressive early season offensive performance, there's a sense in the community that the team struggles to drive runs in with runners on base. Is that true? And if so, why?

Three Nationals on Sickels' Top 150 Prospects List

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John Sickels of MinorLeagueBall.com released his updated list of the Top 150 prospects in baseball and three Washington Nationals' prospects made the list. Lucas Giolito, A.J. Cole and Brian Goodwin were on it with Giolito highest at no.25...

On Senators C Brian Jeroloman; catcher collisions

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Each week, Geoff Morrow, Harrisburg Senators beat writer for the PennLive.com and Patriot-News sports, updates us on the goings on down on the farm with the Nationals' Double-A affiliate.

Jordan Zimmermann passes Livan Hernandez on W list

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It took Jordan Zimmermann 119 starts to earn 45 wins as a Washington National. With last night's win in Houston, the right-hander became the winningest pitcher for the third baseball team to call the nation's capital home. The new Mr. National?

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