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Hall of famer Hank Aaron waves to the crowd before the start of the Washington Nationals game at Miller Park on August 2, 2013 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Aaron was on hand to commemorate Robin Yount on his 20th anniversary of retirement. (Credit: Tom Lynn/Getty Images)

Davey Johnson Introduced Nats’ Players to Hank Aaron One-By-One

Davey Johnson caught up with Hank Aaron in the hotel lobby in Milwaukee last week, and introduced his players to him one-by-one in hopes the “offensive magic that Henry had would rub off on them.”


Jayson Werth. (Credit: Mark Hirsch/Getty Images)

Abad Stumbles in Relief as Nats Lose to Brewers

Fernando Abad entered a tight game and in a short span of three batters everything went downhill for the Washington Nationals.


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Haren’s Strong Start Lifts Nationals Over Brewers

Adam LaRoche was struggling so much at the plate, he decided to try something different. So he grabbed teammate Jayson Werth’s bat.


AUGUST 2: Jordan Zimmerman #27 of the Washington Nationals pitches to Rickie Weeks #23 of the Milwaukee Brewers at Miller Park on August 2, 2013 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. (Credit: Tom Lynn/Getty Images)

Zimmermann, Nationals Beat Brewers 4-1

Jordan Zimmermann earned his career-high 13th win in front of his family and Bryce Harper hit a home run in the Nationals’ 4-1 victory over Milwaukee on Friday.


Bryce Harper sits in the dugout. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)

Lohse, Brewers Quiet Nationals Bats Again, Win 4-1

Kyle Lohse tossed eight sharp innings on short rest and the Milwaukee Brewers beat the Washington Nationals 4-1 on Wednesday, shutting down Bryce Harper and Co. for the second night in a row.


Stephen Strasburg. (Photo credit: Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)

Strasburg’s Gem Wasted; Brewers Top Nationals 4-0

Stephen Strasburg had hitters flailing at curveballs for seven scoreless innings Tuesday night, getting all eight of his strikeouts with the same pitch in a magnificent outing that was wasted when the Milwaukee Brewers scored off the Washington Nationals bullpen for a 4-0 victory.


Bryce Harper hits a solo home run in the first inning during a game against the Milwaukee Brewers. (credit: Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)

Bryce Harper Delivers, Nationals Beat Brewers 10-5

Bryce Harper homered on his first swing since coming off the disabled list and his Washington Nationals teammates quickly joined in, beating the slumping Milwaukee Brewers 10-5 on Monday night.


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Jean Segura Could Become Fixture For Brewers At Shortstop

In the long-term, Jean Segura could be a Brewers fixture at shortstop for the next few years.


Ryan Zimmerman celebrates with Jayson Werth, Bryce Harper, and Adam LaRoche of the Washington Nationals after hitting a three run home run in the fourth inning against the Milwaukee Brewers at Nationals Park on September 24, 2012.  (Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)

‘Sun Monster,’ Zimmermann Lead Nats Over Brewers

A six-run fourth inning helped the Nationals easily beat the Milwaukee Brewers 12-2 Monday, cutting their magic number for winning the NL East to five.


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Gio Wins 20, Nats Crush Brewers 10-4

Gio Gonzalez became the majors’ first 20-game winner in 2012, and the first pitcher for a Washington baseball team with 200 strikeouts since Walter Johnson in 1916, taking a shutout into the sixth inning Saturday to help the Nationals close in on their first NL East title by beating the Milwaukee Brewers 10-4.

106.7 The Fan–09/22/2012