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Minor League Monday: The Auburn Doubledays mold the next generation of Nationals pitchers

In the New York-Penn League, the Nationals introduce their young pitchers to the pro game, and it's not as easy at it might seem.

13 Nationals have played in the outfield this season. Stability should be on the way.

Only the Giants have had more players — 17 — log in an inning in the outfield this season.

Thanks to rebuilt pen, the Nationals are now doing it with pitching

Washington's bullpen has been one of the best in baseball since Sean Doolittle and Ryan Madson joined.

Gio Gonzalez again proves big for diminished Nationals in 4-1 victory

Left-hander allows no earned runs in 62/3 innings as shorthanded Washington beats San Diego.

With Jayson Werth and Trea Turner nearing returns, Nationals should be deep for playoffs

The additions of the two starters will not only solidify the lineup for the playoffs, but make Washington’s bench one of the best in baseball.

Stephen Strasburg returns, but Nats’ bats offer no support in 3-1 loss

Right-hander comes off the DL to pitch six strong innings, but offense can only manage three hits.

Pressed into first major league start, Matt Grace delivers for Nationals

Called upon to pitch in place of an injured Max Scherzer, Nats reliever tosses 4 1/3 scoreless innings in Washington’s 7-1 win in San Diego.

Nationals ace Max Scherzer scratched from start with sore neck

Less than a month after he pulled himself from a start with a similar ailment, the right-hander tells the club he can't go in San Diego.

Dusty Baker on Mark Lerner: 'We certainly would like to win this for him'

Nationals principal owner Mark Lerner, who is recovering from cancer, had his left leg amputated below the knee last week.

Ryan Zimmerman’s eighth-inning home run lifts Nats past Padres, 2-1

Edwin Jackson delivers another strong start as West Coast trip starts with a win.

Read the letter from Nationals principal owner Mark Lerner to The Post regarding his bout with cancer

The team's vice chairman had surgery in April to remove a growth from his left leg and was later forced to have the limb amputated when the wound did not properly heal.

Nationals principal owner Mark Lerner recovering from cancer

The team’s vice chairman had malignant growth removed from left leg in April. Doctors opted to amputate the limb above the knee earlier this month when the wound failed to heal properly.

Not everyone enjoys batting eighth, but Matt Wieters is making it look easy

The Nationals' catcher is batting.338 with a 1.001 OPS in the No. 8 spot in the batting order, which comes with a unique set of challenges.

Nationals-Padres series preview: Stephen Strasburg is primed and ready to return

Washington's scheduled Saturday starter is listed as TBA, but it expected that Strasburg will come off the DL to face San Diego that night.

The Nationals’ weird season: they’re beaten up and sailing along

Washington has a 13 1/2 game lead in the NL East, but Manager Dusty Baker pines for the day when all his injured starters return.

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