Bryce Harper isn’t going to the World Series this year, but he does have another huge life event coming up in the off season.
How does the most talented team in baseball disappear in four short days? That’s the question Washington Nationals fans are left asking themselves after the team’s latest postseason letdown.
For the second time in three years, the Washington Nationals won the most games in the NL — and then quickly exited from the playoffs.
Aaron Barrett, the Nationals’ rookie relief pitcher who surrendered the game-winning run in Tuesday’s heartbreaking Game 4 playoff loss, says Washington “will come back stronger than ever.”
The Washington Nationals’ season is over after losing 3-2 to the San Francisco Giants in Game 4 of their National League Division Series on Tuesday night.
There was nothing redeeming about playing in the longest game in postseason history, no moral to take or lesson to learn.
Left-hander Ross Detwiler has been left off the Washington Nationals’ roster for their NL Division Series against the San Francisco Giants.
The San Francisco Giants and Washington Nationals both missed the postseason last year. That’s pretty much where the similarities end heading into Friday’s NL Division Series opener.
Not long ago, the prospect of a Baltimore-Washington matchup in the World Series was nothing short of absurd.
The Nationals and Giants don’t start their playoff series until Friday afternoon but shots were fired late Wednesday night, just hours after San Francisco booked its trip to Washington.