Doug Fister Pushed Out of Nationals’ Rotation for Joe Ross

After another brilliant performance, Joe Ross learned he would remain in the Nats’ rotation when Strasburg returns.



Nationals Demote RHP Barrett to Triple-A, Recall RHP Treinen

The Nationals optioned Aaron Barrett to Triple-A and recalled Blake Treinen on Thursday.



Max Scherzer Says ‘Rock-Paper-Scissors’ Completely Wrong

Max Scherzer completely butchers “Rock-Paper-Scissors.” What has the world come to?


Matt Williams #9 of the Washington Nationals yells towards the first base umpire during the sixth inning of the game against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Nationals Park on August 5, 2015 in Washington, DC.  (Photo by Greg Fiume/Getty Images)

Nats Bumble Bunt vs. Arizona, Lose For 5th Time in 6 Games

The Washington Nationals have experienced a variety of problems in recent days. Their latest mistake was a bunt that wound up in foul territory down the right field line.



Mike Rizzo Wants Danny Espinosa to Play More

Nationals GM Mike Rizzo wants Danny Espinosa in the lineup more.



Strasburg Return Will Force Tough Decision About Nationals Rotation

The Nationals will face a tough decision about who to bump from the starting rotation when Strasburg returns, Matt Williams says.



Howard Eskin Celebrates Papelbon, ‘A Bad Human Being,’ Leaving Philly

Philly radio personality Howard Eskin celebrated Jonathan Papelbon’s trade to the Nats with themed cupcakes he invited listeners to enjoy.



Brian Kenny Can No Longer Defend ‘Wildly Underachieving’ Nationals

The Nationals, in losing their division lead, have also lost one of their biggest media supporters in Brian Kenny of MLB Network.



Bryce Harper Doesn’t ‘Give a Crap’ What Other Teams Are Doing

Bryce Harper only cares about the Nationals, which he made abundantly clear after they fell out of first place with their 4th straight loss.


Yunel Escobar #5 of the Washington Nationals reacts after striking out.  (Photo by Greg Fiume/Getty Images)

Nats’ Slump Continues, Fall To Second In NL East

The New York Mets, who beat Miami 12-1, took over first in the division and lead the Nationals by one game.


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