Fernandez Dominates Nats, Marlins Earn Series SplitJose Fernandez's only blemish came in the fourth inning, when Ryan Zimmerman drove a full-count curveball into the gap in right center.
Harper-less Nats Fall in Nightcap of Double-HeaderHarper dropped his appeal of a one-game suspension. The Marlins battered Nats starter Tanner Roark (2-3) for seven runs in five innings.
Strasburg Gets Win in First Start Since Contract ExtensionStrasburg (6-0) struck out seven over six innings in his first start since agreeing to a seven-year, $175 million deal this week.
Bryce Harper Hits Clutch Homerun to Deliver VictoryIt was his first homerun in a week and a half, but it couldn't come at a better time, breaking a 7th-inning tie and propelling Nats to win.
Bullpen Carries Nats After Joe Ross Leaves EarlyPetit allowed one run after starter Joe Ross departed in the third inning because of a blister on the middle finger of his pitching hand.
Nationals Flounder Against Fish in MiamiThe Nationals didn't manage a hit until Jose Fernandez's 87th pitch. The Marlins scored three times in the first and the game was over fast.
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Nats Unload in Marlins Season Finale, Win 13-3The Nationals moved within 6 1-2 games of the NL East-leading New York Mets, who play the Yankees later Sunday.
Bryce Harper's Sac Fly, 41st HR Help Nats Beat Marlins 5-2Bryce Harper added insurance in the seventh inning by tacking on the final runs of Washington's 5-2 comeback victory over the Miami Marlins with his 41st homer.
Scherzer's Shout, Lobaton's Fly in 10th Send Nats Over MiamiIn a season that's slipped away from the Washington Nationals, ace Max Scherzer wasn't about to go quietly.
Marlins Rough Up Roark, Defeat Nationals 6-4The Nationals opened their final homestand Thursday night looking to creep closer to the idle New York Mets in the NL East. The Miami Marlins spoiled their homecoming.