#Washington Nationals


Washington Nationals’ organizational depth: Looking deeper at third base...

WASHINGTON - Starlin Castro was placed on administrative leave here before Friday’s game, with mega-prospect third baseman Carter Kieboom still on the Injured List at Triple-A, and the Nationals started a 24th-round draft pick at the hot corner for Double-A Harrisburg on Friday night. Castro, able to play at several...
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Jen Psaki hurls first pitch at Nationals Park one day after shooting

White House press secretary Jen Psaki threw out the first pitch at Nationals Park on Sunday, one day after a shooting outside the stadium halted the game in the sixth inning. Video of the moment posted on Twitter by deputy press secretary Chris Meagher reveals a large number of empty seats at the park.
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On a day clouded by trauma of previous night, Nats rally for a skid-snapping win

The ball kept flying, then flew some more, until it nicked off Trent Grisham’s glove and Alcides Escobar was waving a fist in the air. It was as if Escobar, the Washington Nationals’ stopgap infielder, was telling the crowd that, yes, it was okay to cheer, that his walk-off single had hit the ground and Tres Barrera was going to score for an 8-7 win over the San Diego Padres on Sunday afternoon.
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Washington Nationals Game Postponed After Shooting Outside Stadium

9:32 PM PT -- Police now say there were 3 people shot outside the stadium ... not 4 as they initially said. A law enforcement official told reporters their initial investigation showed 2 cars were involved in a shootout ... leaving 3 people injured. One of injured was a woman attending the baseball game ... who was struck by an errant bullet.
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Washington Nationals: Is Mike Rizzo Making The Right Decision?

Nationals General Manager Mike Rizzo is has his eyes set on contending during the second half of the season. Buy or sell? That is the pivotal question the Nationals front office is mulling over. But if history is any indicator, Mike Rizzo and company have never been ones to wave the white flag. Even during the 2018 season, the Nats shipped out a few expiring contracts to cut costs instead of completely blowing it up.

Nationals Notebook: Season-defining stretch ahead

The Washington Nationals have less than two weeks to decide if the team that is 43-49 and six games back in the NL East should be buyers or sellers at the 2021 trading deadline. For a team that’s been a contender during every full season since 2012, the thought of...
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Washington Nationals: Last Nights Loss Was Heartbreaking; Time To Change The Narrative

Last night’s loss could be season-altering. Washington needs to find a way to not allow history to repeat itself. Trea Turner had just finished rounding the bases after hitting his second homer of the night and the home crowd at Petco Park was silent. Turner had just put the Nats up 8-0 in the top of the fourth inning. With the Padres ace, Yu Darvish on the mound, many were expecting a low-scoring affair.
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Washington Nationals: Three Nats Make All-Star Team; Max Scherzer Snubbed

Max Scherzer was snubbed from the NL All-Star team. Plain and simple. Yesterday the rest of the All-Star rosters were announced, with the Washington Nationals having three players named to the team. Kyle Schwarber, Juan Soto, and Trea Turner are the Nationals representatives, all making their first appearance. This is...