Washington shortstop Ian Desmond and second baseman Danny Espinosa are building quite the relationship on and off the field. Their development as players is imperative to the Nats success.
Washington Nationals were red-hot in September, a sign that this team might be ready to compete next year.
The Nationals ugly it up against the Phillies, fall 11-3.
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.