Anthony Rendon Has Sprained Left MCLAnthony Rendon will miss a few days of Nationals’ spring training action with a sprained MCL in his left knee.
Denard Span Undergoes 'Core Muscle' Surgery, Could Miss Nationals' Season OpenerDenard Span underwent surgery Monday morning to repair a "right core muscle injury," the Nationals announced, and start the season on the DL.
PHOTOS: Nationals Spring Training Up Close and PersonalPHOTOS: Washington Nationals up closer and personal from their spring training home in Viera, Florida.
Storen: Scherzer’s Like a ‘Turbo-charged’ Tyler Clippard in Nats ClubhouseMax Scherzer is described as an all-around clubhouse guy by Drew Storen. Kind of like a “turbo-charged” Tyler Clippard behind the scenes.
Bryce Harper: 'People Want to See Us Fail'Bryce Harper, confident, says the things he says because he’s also confident in his team, he says: “People want to see us fail.”
Werth Concerned Shoulder Surgery May Hurt Opposite Field PowerNationals' LF Jayson Werth's shoulder surgery may not affect his availability for Opening Day, but it could force mechanical adjustments.
Nationals Rally Late, Down Mets 5-4 in Scherzer's DebutMax Scherzer will take fun over flawless in his first start for the Washington Nationals.
Yunel Escobar Making Strong First Impression At Second BaseYunel Escobar hasn't played at second base since 2007, but looks to make the transition from shortstop before Opening Day.
Zimmerman: 2015 May be ‘End of an Era’ for Core Group of NationalsRyan Zimmerman hoping for the best in 2015, "the end of an era for a core group" of Nationals players.
10 Storylines for the 2015 Washington NationalsThe Hot Stove is dead. Long live real baseball! The biggest storylines as the Washington Nationals enter another season of great expectations.
5 Reasons To Get Excited For Spring TrainingPitchers and catchers report today for 13 of the MLB teams, with 5 teams reporting yesterday to their various spring training locations.
Spring Training: Detwiler Heads to the Pen; Nats Trim RosterThere is still competition for the fifth spot in the Nationals starting rotation, but the person many thought was the odds-on favorite to win the job, Ross Detwiler, will not be one of the contenders.