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Nationals lose again to the Mets

Despite Ryan Zimmerman’s heroics, Washington fails to take advantage of depleted New York for the second game in a row.

Nats’ Adam Eaton made a big impact in a short time

PERSPECTIVE | The little center fielder known as Mighty Mouse was standing out and fitting in with his new team before Friday’s serious injury.

Adam Eaton placed on disabled list with 'left knee strain'

No word yet on the center fielder's injury, which could involve both his knee and his ankle.

Nationals lose to Mets after rally fizzles in the ninth

A promising inning turns ugly after Adam Eaton is hurt and Bryce Harper hits into a game-ending double play.

Adam Eaton suffers leg injury trying to beat out an infield single against Mets

The Nationals center fielder went down with a leg injury in the ninth inning of Friday's game.

With Bryce Harper and Ryan Zimmerman hot, the Nats are simply raking

Dusty Baker’s lineup is producing some absurd numbers. It’s not sustainable, but for now, it’s “absolutely dumb,” says Harper.

Nationals-Mets series preview

The Nationals have a chance to bury their rivals in the NL East standings.

Hits keep coming for the Nats, who roll the Rockies to complete a 9-1 trip

A 19-hit attack — including an 11-run seventh — powers 16-5 rout in finale of a three-city romp that offered a powerful glimpse of how strong this lineup can be.

Joe Blanton has lost his mojo. Will fixing his mechanics help him get it back?

The veteran right-hander is struggling to find his rhythm, and his manager hopes he will find it soon.

Nats keep on hitting, blast Rockies, 11-4

Ryan Zimmerman hits eighth homer as Washington runs mark to 8-1 on trip with finale on tap for Thursday afternoon.

Their bullpen already reeling, Nats place Koda Glover on 10-day disabled list

Right-hander becomes the latest Nationals reliever to hit the disabled list, joining lefty Sammy Solis.

Another night at Coors Field, another night of Nationals pitching staff struggles

Joe Ross also did not look sharp, to the point that by the time he ran into trouble in the fifth, one could reasonably have worried that he was injured.

Trea Turner hits for the cycle as the Nationals outlast Rockies

On a frigid and wet night in Colorado, the Nationals shortstop became the third National to hit for the cycle in Washington’s 15-12 win.

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