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Michael A. Taylor homers twice as Nats rock the Reds, 18-3

Trea Turner goes 5-for-5 as Washington pounds out 19 hits on an afternoon when just about everything goes right.

We should all love something as much as Daniel Murphy loves baseball

The Nationals second baseman’s devotion to the game is being paid back in his 30s with a glorious stretch.

Michael A. Taylor is back in the Nationals' lineup

The center fielder missed a couple games with an undisclosed but apparently minor injury.

Reds' Scott Schebler, Joey Votto in 'friendly competition' atop home run leader board

Both members of the Reds' power-hitting duo have produced a team-high 20 home runs through the season's first 72 games.

Drew Storen leaves his baggage at door in D.C. return. Nats fans, not so much.

Now in Cincinnati, ex-Nationals closer was at center of two postseason disappointments. His job requires him to forget about them — but those at Nats Park might feel otherwise.

Nats’ Aaron Barrett plans for an amazing comeback to defy his grisly elbow injury

The reliever has not thrown a baseball in nearly a year since breaking his humerus while rehabbing from Tommy John surgery.

Thursday mailbag: Who is untouchable if the Nationals look to deal for relief help?

Plus team morale, Trea Turner, Ryan Raburn, Brian Goodwin, Jayson Werth … pretty much the entire roster.

At long last, video of one of the most ridiculous and unforgettable plays in Nats history

'What was Nook Logan thinking?! What was he watching?! Where was he going?!' Charlie Slowes wondered in 2007.

Max Scherzer goes from cusp of third no-hitter to loss in cruel eighth vs. Marlins

An infield single, an error, a hit batter, a wild pitch and a single wipe out a dominant effort and give the Nationals a 2-1 loss.

Potomac Nationals one step closer to a new stadium in Prince William County

If the franchise is to remain in Woodbridge, construction needs to begin this summer.

Nationals starter Joe Ross is making quite an impression as a pinch hitter

The pitcher's hitting prowess gives Manager Dusty Baker another offensive option off the bench.

Nationals get what they need from Gio Gonzalez in win over Marlins

Gonzalez pitches seven solid innings and the offense erupts in a 12-3 victory in Miami.

Nationals agree to terms with 25 draftees, but haven't signed top pick yet

Washington's first-round selection, Seth Romero, and its second-rounder have not signed, but that's not unusual.

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