Williams on Roark, Questions about beating Atlanta


"I've been around the game a while and I realize that the next time we play them the same questions will come," Matt Williams said after the Washington Nationals beat the Atlanta Braves on Sunday to earn a split of the four-game set in D.C.

Nats Q&A with The Ivy Drip: On LaRoche + Strasburg


The Washington Nationals return to Wrigley Field for the first time this season on Thursday to start a four-game set that wraps up with a doubleheader on Saturday. We talked to The Ivy Drip, an online publication available by subscription.

Harper, Ramos both in P-Nats' lineup tonight


The Washington Nationals' Carolina League affiliate, the Potomac Nationals, are fielding a powerful lineup tonight with both Wilson Ramos and Bryce Harper playing for the P-Nats as Ramos continues his rehab and Harper begins his own.

Wire Taps: Williams on Espi, resting Desi & Werth


The Washington Nationals earned a split of their four-game set with the Atlanta Braves, now they head to Milwaukee to take on the NL Central-leading Brewers. Matt Williams talked about possibly resting Ian Desmond and Jayson Werth.

Who's tipping what now? Clippard vs the Braves


Washington Nationals' set-up man Tyler Clippard took the mound against Atlanta this weekend having surrendered nine runs in his previous 8 ⅓ IP vs the Braves. Clippard threw a scoreless inning on Friday and then did the same today. Who's tipping what

Braves Split Series With Nationals, Lose 4-1


The Braves had more players ejected than runs scored today. That just about sums up how this day went.

Game 74 WPA: Turnabout. Nats win 4-1


Roark did enough, Stammen was solid (Clip and Sori, too), plus the bats did a lovely job of hitting with not even one toddler-esque tantrum.

Nats 4-1 over Braves for split of the 4-game set


The Washington Nationals dropped the first two games of their four-game set with the Atlanta Braves this weekend, but with a 4-1 win today earned a split of the series and held on to first place in the NL East. Tanner Roark was a boss.

"He controlled the strike zone." - Matt Williams


Doug Fister shut the Atlanta Braves down over eight innings on the mound in Nationals Park and the Washington Nationals beat their NL East rivals 3-0 in the third game of the four-game set in the nation's capital.

Game 73 WPA: Nice night for it. Nats win 3-0


Fister is fabulous and Rendon rocked it.

Nationals 3-0 over Braves: Fister dominates in DC


The Atlanta Braves were 7-1 against the Washington Nationals this season and 20-7 against the Nats since 2013 before tonight, but Doug Fister wasn't on the mound for the Nationals in any of those games. He was tonight. Fister dominated. 2-0 Nats.

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