Dan Haren knows there is little chance he will be back with the Washington Nationals.
Dan Haren pitched one-hit ball for six innings, Ryan Zimmerman homered and the Washington Nationals won their fifth straight game, beating the New York Mets 3-0 on Wednesday in a night full of 9/11 tributes.
Ryan Zimmerman had two hits and drove in a run, Bryce Harper had two hits and scored a crucial ninth-inning run, and Dan Haren pitched six strong innings to help the Washington Nationals beat the Chicago Cubs 4-2 Tuesday night.
Dan Haren had his third straight winning start while Anthony Rendon and Ryan Zimmerman homered to help the Washington Nationals snap a four-game losing streak with a 9-2 win over the Philadelphia Phillies on Friday night.
Adam LaRoche was struggling so much at the plate, he decided to try something different. So he grabbed teammate Jayson Werth’s bat.
Dan Haren won for the first time since May 9, backed by home runs from Harper, Desmond and Span that powered Washington to a 4-1 win over the New York Mets on Saturday.
Washington left fielder Bryce Harper didn’t stay around to see the Nationals lose to the Miami Marlins in extra innings on Saturday night.
The Washington Nationals have recalled Tyler Moore from Syracuse and officially placed Dan Haren on the 15-day DL, retroactive to Sunday.
Hard times continued for Dan Haren, who gave up six runs on seven hits in just over three innings in the Nationals 7-1 loss to the Rockies on Saturday.
Despite getting paid among the league’s elite at $13 million, Dan Haren has performed among the league’s worst for the Nationals, but GM Mike Rizzo insists no injuries are causing repeating poor outings for the back-end starter, and the team is actively working to identify the problem.