The Nationals and Pirates were rained out Friday, meaning they’ll play two games tomorrow in a split admission doubleheader. Washington will send out Chad Kuhl for Game 1 tomorrow at 1:05 p.m. ET, while Game 2 will be at 6:05 … Continue reading
Embed from Getty Images 22-year-old CJ Abrams hasn’t had the most powerful bat this season — and neither have the Nationals as a whole. Abrams went into Thursday night with just one homer on the night while Washington had 12 … Continue reading
MacKenzie Gore followed up Josiah Gray’s start of the year with his own start of the year, leading the Nationals to a 4-1 win over the Mets. Washington is 8-8 in their past 16 games.
The Nationals saw what was likely their most complete performance of the year Tuesday night to open up a three-game series with the Mets, as Josiah Gray had what might have been the start of his career and the offense … Continue reading
No Nationals baseball at all today across the five clubs, so a Nats Minors Monday should make the off-day all the more enjoyable for those missing the action.
The Nationals only mustered three hits Sunday as they could not pick up the series sweep of the Twins after taking the first two. The 6-foot-9 Bailey Ober, promoted by Minnesota this morning, went 5 1/3 solid innings for the … Continue reading
The Nationals clinched their first series of the season this weekend, grabbing a 10-4 win over the Twins in Minnesota Saturday — they look for the series sweep Sunday afternoon and their third straight win for the first time of … Continue reading
The Nationals saw another immensely strong start from Trevor Williams on Friday night, as the righty went a quality six innings, leading the way for the Nats before Keibert Ruiz was the hero on a 37-degree night in chilly Minnesota.
The Nationals got swept by the Orioles in their two-game Battle of the Beltway, not scoring a run across Wednesday and Thursday. MacKenzie Gore went a quality six innings, allowing three runs on three hits while striking out seven and … Continue reading
Josiah Gray had a stellar start by the results, working into the sixth inning and allowing just a run, but Orioles’ Dean Kremer outmatched him in a Tuesday night pitching duel. Both sides collected five hits but the O’s beat … Continue reading