Jayson Werth launched a two-run homer in the seventh inning for his 1,000th career hit, highlighting a five-run rally that sent the Washington Nationals over the Philadelphia Phillies 8-5 Saturday night.
Cole Hamels threw eight sharp innings, Michael Young hit a two-run double and the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Washington Nationals 4-2 Tuesday night for their third straight win.
Bryce Harper didn’t give himself the best introduction to national media as a teenager, but 3 years after being drafted by the Nationals, he’s come a long way in representing his teammates, his city, and himself admirably on the national stage.
WASHINGTON (CBSDC) – Sometimes you just know. When Bryce Harper strode to the plate in the bottom of the first inning last night for the first time in 36 days, I told my buddy Dennis, […]
Cliff Lee struck out nine in eight impressive innings, Michael Young tied a career high with three doubles and the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Washington Nationals 4-2 Tuesday night.
Tthe Washington Nationals welcomed back Bryce Harper, but also lost reliever Ryan Mattheus after he broke his hand punching a locker and learned Jayson Werth’s ailing hamstring isn’t healing as hoped.
Although it’s not entirely clear why at the moment, an anti-wave/pro-wave skirmish seems to have broken out between Nationals players and is being waged on internet soil, for the entire world to watch in shock and awe.
The future will only get brighter for Bryce Harper, who has a good chance to develop into a perennial All-Star and MVP candidate.
In 2012, the Washington Nationals had their first winning record since they began play in D.C. in 2005, and they played the first playoff series in Washington in 79 years. The Nationals took D.C. fans through a roller coaster of emotions in the National League Division Series. Now that D.C. fans have had a taste of playoff baseball, they can only hope that this year was just the beginning.
The Washington Nationals’ epic collapse, first surrendering a 6-0 lead, then giving up four runs in the ninth inning to give Game 5 of the National League Division Series to the St. Louis Cardinals, will go down as one of the worst moments in D.C. sports history.