Bryce Harper, confident, says the things he says because he’s also confident in his team, he says: “People want to see us fail.”
Nationals’ LF Jayson Werth’s shoulder surgery may not affect his availability for Opening Day, but it could force mechanical adjustments.
Yunel Escobar hasn’t played at second base since 2007, but looks to make the transition from shortstop before Opening Day.
Ryan Zimmerman hoping for the best in 2015, “the end of an era for a core group” of Nationals players.
The Hot Stove is dead. Long live real baseball! The biggest storylines as the Washington Nationals enter another season of great expectations.
Bill Schweitzer, a lawyer for the American League and Major League Baseball for more than two decades, died Tuesday. He was 70.
Cal Ripken Jr. warns against potential risks of baseball’s new pace of play rules: “I don’t think we should be told how long the game should last.”
Bryce Harper, asked about his long-term future, says he won’t leave the Nationals without first winning a World Series title: “I don’t care how long it takes me.”
Don’t talk to Gio Gonzalez about ‘World Series or Bust.’ He doesn’t want to hear it, and neither do the Nationals, he says.
Tanner Roark, who may be bumped to the bullpen with Scherzer’s addition, is here to do his job – whatever that job is – to help the Nationals win in 2015.
It’s tough to keep up with all the action in MLB. Here’s your recap for the week ending April 8, 2013.
It’s tough to keep up with all the action in the MLB. Here’s what to look for this year as baseball gets under way.