Nats' Bryce Harper Leading Baseball in Walks AgainBryce Harper is off to a hot start and opposing pitchers are already pitching around him. Looking at the numbers, how can you blame them?
Former Nats GM Jim Bowden Among ESPN CutsIt was a dark day of pink slips at ESPN, and Jim Bowden, former general manager for the Nationals, was among those let go by the network.
Nationals Not Concerned About Joe Ross' Start in ColoradoJoe Ross' quick outing in Colorado cause for concern? Not so fast.
Trea Turner Hits for The Cycle in ColoradoTrea Turner hits for the cycle, drives in 7 runs in Nationals win over Rockies.
Redskins Fan Travels Well to Protest Bruce AllenIf sports teach us anything, it's that you can't put a price tag on happiness. Hopefully, this Redskins fan got his money's worth.
Always Be Looking For Fast Starters In Fantasy Baseball's First MonthSitting on your hands and watching players on the waiver wire ring up big statistics is a bad way to manage your fantasy baseball team. Don't let those players off to hot starts get picked up by other teams.
Here's the Story Behind Daniel Murphy, 'Insurance Person'Years later, Daniel Murphy still shrugs about the "insurance person" career path, admitting he was a realist even at age 11.
WATCH: Nats Fan at Mets Game Predicts Murphy's Grand SlamIn fairness, there is no context for the prediction. This unnamed fan might predict a grand slam every time three players reach base.
Nats' Hot Streak Continues with Extra Innings WinHarper hit his 7th HR, lining a two-run drive in the first off nemesis Matt Harvey. Harper was just 1 for 26 vs. Harvey in his career.
D.C. Three: Caps, Wiz, Nats Pull Off Winning TrifectaThe sports gods smiled on Washington, D.C. on Wednesday, blessing two playoff teams and a first-place Nats team with wins.
Jayson Werth Leaves Game Injured in Third InningUh-oh: Jayson Werth checks his swing in the third inning vs. the Braves and leaves the game immediately.
WATCH: Bryce Harper Ruins Julio Teheran's ERAJulio Teheran looks competent against almost any hitter, except Washington Nationals slugger Bryce Harper.