The Nationals and Rockies overcame a scary situation in the 2nd inning en route to the Nationals 5-3 win.
Rain slows the Nats comeback down in the 6th inning, fall 6-4 to Braves.
Nationals second baseman Danny Espinosa is a serious candidate for National League Rookie of the Year honors.
Despite a big night from Michael Morse, the Nationals didn’t have enough offense to out-slug the Astros, falling 7-6.
Twice the Nationals took the lead, and twice the bullpen let the Braves back in to the game, before falling in the bottom of the 9th 9-8
In the most lopsided loss of the season so far, the Nationals fell in Atlanta to the Braves, 11-1.
The Nationals fall to the Rockies, 2-1, after Ubaldo Jimenez had 5 and 1/3 innings of no-hit ball.
The Nats had three solo shots, but it wasn’t enough as they lose to the Angles 4-3 in 10 in Davey Johnson’s debut as the Nationals skipper.
All the Nationals needed was a Danny Espinosa two run shot to lead them past the Chicago White Sox 2-1 and take two out of three in the series.
The win improved the Nationals record to 37-37. It is the first time the team has been at the .500 mark since May 11 win over Atlanta.