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A newly clean-shaven Bryce Harper returned to the Nationals two days after receiving 11 stitches to close a cut on his chin suffered in a collision with a fence at Dodgers Stadium.  He also jammed his shoulder chasing the fly ball on the ill-advised play. (credit: Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)

Bryce Harper Returns Late in Nats Loss to Dodgers

Bryce Harper returned as a pinch-hitter in the ninth inning for the first time since cutting his chin and hurting his shoulder in a collision with the outfield wall in the series opener on Monday.


Right fielder Bryce Harper #34 of the Washington Nationals walks off the field as he bleeds from the neck after running into the wall chasiing a triple hit by A.J. Ellis of the Los Angeles Dodgers in the fifth inning at Dodger Stadium on May 13, 2013 in Los Angeles, California. (Credit: Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)

Legendary Dodgers Voice Vin Scully ‘Delighted’ Harper’s Clean-Shaven

Bryce Harper wasn’t happy he had to shave his beard off to get stitches, after slamming into the wall at Dodgers Stadium Monday, but legendary broadcaster Vin Scully was.


Carlos Quentin #18 of the San Diego Padres slams into Zack Greinke #21 of the Los Angeles Dodgers as he charges the mound during the sixth inning at Petco Park on April 11, 2013 in San Diego, California. Greinke would break his collarbone in the fight. (Credit: Denis Poroy/Getty Images)

Intentional or Unintentional: Greinke Can’t Dodge Quentin, Breaks Collarbone

A benches-clearing brawl in San Diego Thursday has called into question whether Dodgers pitcher Zack Greinke intentionally plunked Padres slugger Carlos Quentin, or if the ball simply got away from him.


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Dodgers’ Kenley Jansen Respected As One Of Majors’ Best Relievers

If Kenley Jansen could toss 80-90 frames for Los Angeles, he could strike out 130-140 batters with a low ERA and WHIP.


Ryan Zimmerman #11 (L) and Bryce Harper #34 of the Washington Nationals walk off the field after the Nationals defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers 4-1 to clinch a playoff spot at Nationals Park on September 20, 2012 in Washington, DC.  (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)

Nationals Make History, Clinch First Playoff Spot

The Washington Nationals brought postseason baseball back to the nation’s capital for the first time since 1933, clinching a playoff spot Thursday night with a 4-1 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers.

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Nats Denied Comeback, Still One Win Shy of Postseason Berth

Matt Kemp scored a phantom run early, then hit a go-ahead homer in the ninth inning – right after Washington rallied with a six-run eighth – and the struggling Los Angeles Dodgers grabbed a 7-6 victory Wednesday night for a doubleheader split that prevented the Nationals from sewing up a playoff berth.


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Nats Get 90th Win, One Away Clinching Playoff Berth

The win was the Nationals’ 90th, the most for a Major League Baseball club in the nation’s capital since 1933 – also the last time a D.C. team played beyond the regular season.


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Nationals and Dodgers Rained Out; Doubleheader on Wednesday

The scheduled game between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Washington Nationals on Tuesday night was postponed because of rain.


The only founding member left in the organization, Ryan Zimmerman has been waiting 8 years for a playoff berth since his debut with the team in it's debut season in 2005. (Credit: Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images)

Elfin: The Eight Year Wait May Be Over Sooner Than You Think

Nationals fans are still white knuckling after seeing their team get swept in Atlanta, and that anxiety only grew last night when the Braves closed the gap to 5 games. But have no fear. Very soon you’ll be able to celebrate something you’ve waited for 8 full seasons…a playoff berth.


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Elfin: Subtract Strasburg And You’re Left With A First Place Team

The Nationals have a commanding lead over the NL East, a commanding claim on a playoff berth and a commanding foothold at the top of the stats books. Take Strasburg out of the equation and we know they still have at least one of those. They’d still be in first place without him.





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