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A day after scoring 12, the #Nats can’t score at all. That’s baseball!

A sellout crowd welcomed the Washington Nationals home, and they were rewarded with one of the grossest displays of offensive ineptitude the Nats have put forth all year.

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The winds of winter: Next year’s #Nats could look very different from this year’s contender!

As we enter mid-September, with fewer than 20 games from here until the end of the regular season, the Washington Nationals’ fate in 2019 is theirs to write. Still clinging to pole position in the National League wild card race, … Continue reading

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The losing streak ends at four! #Nats batter the Braves on getaway day!

It’s September. The divisional race is probably over. The wild card race has narrowed substantially. The Washington Nationals entered Sunday’s game on a four-game losing streak and staring ahead at three straight series against division leaders. They needed a big … Continue reading

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The #Nats old relievers did their job…the new ones did not…but the offense found a way via the walk-off!

We’ve seen it before. We saw it again tonight. The 2019 Washington Nationals, their backs up against the wall, found a way to win a game it looked like they were about to lose.

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No sleep? No problem! #Nats shake off second-day malaise to beat Cubs

The Washington Nationals got a scare Monday when Joe Ross was hit in the leg by a comebacker and had to exit the game. But “JR” was back in the fight today against the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field.

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A laugher, but not much fun for Stephen Strasburg and the #Nats

The Arizona Diamondbacks annihilated the Washington Nationals tonight in a game that was so one-sided that it saw not one, but two Nationals position players pitching in the bottom of the eighth inning.

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Midseason sees new Nats prospects making the top 30!

The Washington Nationals officially have a new Top-30 prospects’ ranking courtesy of MLB.com’s Jonathan Mayo and Jim Callis. The midseason list, which was posted online Friday, is updated to reflect both the Nats’ new cache of top draftees and international … Continue reading

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The bullpen blows another one; #Nats back to .500

The Washington Nationals bullpen failed late again as Wander Suero served up a two-out RBI double in the ninth inning, and despite loading the bases with one out, the Nats couldn’t tie the game against old friend Felipe Vazquez.

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Was there a #Nats game tonight? Here’s a recipe for chili instead

The Washington Nationals played a baseball game or something and also here’s a recipe for a North African-inspired chili. Lamb and Chickpea Chili Ingredients: 1 lb ground lamb 1 yellow bell pepper 4 cloves garlic 1 Tbsp olive oil ΒΌ … Continue reading

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And what it all comes down to, my friends: #Nats are down to final cuts

One. More. Day. The Washington Nationals will play two Sunday, sending a split squad to Port St. Lucie to face the division rival New York Mets for the last time before Opening Day and keeping another one back at the … Continue reading

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