"The approach hasn't changed," Matt Williams said.


The Washington National have scored 19 runs in the first two games of their three-game weekend series with the Texas Rangers and they now have a chance to sweep the three-game set in the Sunday finale in the nation's capital.

"He had a really good game plan." -MW on Fister


Nationals' right-hander Doug Fister retired the first ten batters he faced today, and limited the Texas Rangers to two runs in six innings in what ended up a 10-2 win in the nation's capital. Fister's pace and game plan impressed his manager...

#GG3B? Nats' 3B Anthony Rendon's big day in D.C.


Washington Nationals' third baseman Anthony Rendon was 4 for 5 at the plate in today's 10-2 win over the Texas Rangers and he showed off the glove early on a hard-hit grounder toward third off Adrian Beltre's bat.

Game 54 WPA: Bombs away! Nats 10, TEX 2


Nats could do no wrong today.

Capital Punishment: Rangers murdered by Nats 10-2


The Rangers end the month of may with a .500 record after getting bashed by the Washington Nationals

Nationals 10-2 over Rangers for 2 straight in D.C.


The Nationals jumped on Texas Rangers' right-hander Nick Tepesch early this afternoon, knocking him out after two innings with five runs to start the game. The Nats kept hitting after that, with four home runs total in what ended up a 10-2 win.

Strasburg is just fine, thanks for your concern...


Matt Williams learned the hard way last night that Stephen Strasburg does not like people obsessing over his every move on the mound. The Nationals' '09 no.1 overall pick put together another strong outing in the Nats' 9-2 win over the Rangers.

Game 53: A win! A WIN!! Nats 9, TEX 2


Good pitching, good hitting. More like this, please.

Nats support their Stras, 9-2 over Rangers in D.C.


The Washington Nationals gave Stephen Strasburg plenty of run support in the series opener with the Texas Rangers in D.C. and improved to 35-4 their '09 no.1 overall pick's career when scoring more than 3 runs in his starts. 9-2 final in Nats Park.

Series Preview: TEX @ WAS - Thanks Obama


The Rangers play NL ball in the nation's capital against the kindred spirit Washington Nationals

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