It was unpleasant on the field and tense in the dugout Saturday for the slumping Washington Nationals.
The Washington Nationals sure don’t look like the NL East favorite.
A new study by Forbes Magazine shows that Nationals fans are among the most loyal in baseball, and showing greater fidelity as time goes on.
Everyday players Jayson Werth, Anthony Rendon and Denard Span, fourth outfielder Nate McLouth and eighth-inning setup man Casey Janssen are among six players put on the 15-day disabled list by the Washington Nationals.
After announcing sale of the lot to a developer in February, Fairgrounds ownership confirmed the site will operate through the Nats season.
The Washington Nationals have hired Bob Miller as vice president and assistant general manager.
For the second time in three years, the Washington Nationals won the most games in the NL — and then quickly exited from the playoffs.
There was nothing redeeming about playing in the longest game in postseason history, no moral to take or lesson to learn.
Metro announced Monday it is partnering with American University to provide late-night Metrorail service from Navy Yard-Ballpark Station for fans attending post-season Nats games.
Stephen Strasburg and the Washington Nationals are playing well at the right time.