Nats' C Wilson Ramos reportedly headed to DL


Wilson Ramos left last night's game after reportedly feeling tightness in his right hamstring. The oft-injured 26-year-old catcher is apparently headed to the DL for the second time this season after missing time with a broken hamate bone.

Game 63: Routine win. Nats 2, SF 1


Okay, maybe it was slightly nerve-wracking, but I was never worried.

Wire Taps: #Untuck #takeadeepbreath #whatmeworry?


The Washington Nationals took their second straight game from the San Francisco Giants last night in AT&T Park and set themselves up with a chance to win the series in either of the next two games with NL West division leaders.

Ramos leaves game with right hamstring tightness


Washington Nationals' catcher Wilson Ramos was 2 for 4 with two doubles in last night's game in AT&T Park, but after arriving safely at second after doubling in the ninth, he left the game with right hamstring tightness.

Nationals 2-1 over Giants for two straight in AT&T


The Washington Nationals beat the San Francisco Giants for the second straight game with Doug Fister outdueling Madison Bumgarner on the mound in AT&T Park in the Nats' 2-1 win which left them 34-29 on the year.

Williams, Bochy & Strasburg on Strasburg vs Giants


Washington Nationals' right-hander Stephen Strasburg retired ten straight San Francisco Giants before he was lifted from the game after six innings in AT&T Park. Matt Williams said the Nats' starter experienced some back tightness early in the start.

Wire Taps: Desmond 3 for 5 vs Giants in AT&T


The Washington Nationals beat the San Francisco Giants last night, taking the first game of their four-game set in AT&T, 9-2. They're back at it again tonight at 10:15 PM EDT. Here are some links to get you through the day before Game 2 of 4 starts.

Game 62 WPA: Desi does it! Nats 9, SF 2


Desmond finally doesn't hit a dinger, but he hits everything else.

Nats 9-2 over Giants: Strasburg Ks 7 in 6.0 IP...


The Nationals took a 9-1 lead in the seventh, allowing them to go to their bullpen and rest Stephen Strasburg after the 25-year-old right-hander threw six strong innings in what ended up a 9-2 win over the Giants in San Francisco's AT&T Park.

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