With the signing of Max Scherzer, the Washington Nationals’ starting rotation – if it stays as is – is the best in Major League Baseball in 2015, but what about beyond?
Washington Nationals outfielder Jayson Werth has pleaded guilty to reckless driving and been sentenced to five days in jail for driving 105 mph on the Capital Beltway.
The Nationals sign free agent right-handed reliever Casey Janssen to a one-year deal, according to Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports.
Bryce Harper crushes a baseball in slow-motion off into the mountainous Las Vegas sunset.
Ernie Banks, the Hall of Fame slugger and two-time MVP who always maintained his boundless enthusiasm for baseball despite decades of playing on miserable teams, died Friday night. He was 83.
The Washington Nationals are hosting auditions this weekend to find a fan who will become the next “racing president.”
Newest National Max Scherzer opens up about perception in the league of Bryce Harper, and his relationship to facial hair, media, and the tops of pizza.
Of all the teams, why did Max Scherzer choose the Nationals? “Winning,” the pitcher said during his introductory press conference. “Winning, and winning a lot.”
Nationals’ Stephen Strasburg is “very much available” for trade, as both sides believe it’s “time to move on,” reports USA Today’s John Perrotto.
Max Scherzer will reportedly earn $210 million over seven years from the Nationals, according to Ken Rosenthal.
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.