Bryce Harper and Ryan Zimmerman each hit a homer in the eighth inning, turning a 3-1 deficit into a win that set off an exuberant celebration.
Chicago Cubs pitcher Jon Lester notoriously has trouble throwing to first base. He has for years, but it hasn’t stopped him from being a very effective pitcher. But what if it was all a long con setting up this one perfect moment? Like...Show More Summary
In the 26 innings that aren’t the eighth of Game 2, in which Bryce Harper and Ryan Zimmerman launched series-altering home runs, the Nationals are hitting just.083.
Lind's leadoff single in the eighth inning in his first career playoff at-bat started the Nationals' five-run rally.
The Nats were in deep trouble in Game 2 against the Cubs before Bryce Harper and Ryan Zimmerman went deep.
Washington’s young star was made for the moment. Its veteran, Ryan Zimmerman, also had a strong audition.
The man so long unable to punish the Cubs for underestimating him finally did so.
Watch people lose their sanity in two eighth-inning spasms of joy.
Washington scores five runs in the bottom of the eighth inning thanks to homers by Bryce Harper and Ryan Zimmerman
Washington rallies with five runs in the bottom of the eighth to send National League Division Series back to Chicago tied at a game apiece.
Things were looking bleak for the Washington Nationals and their dormant offense until Bryce Harper and Ryan Zimmerman took over. Harper hit a tying two-run homer in the eighth inning and Zimmerman tacked on a three-run shot moments later to lift the Washington Nationals to a 6-3 comeback victory...
Bryce Harper and Ryan Zimmerman hit two of the clutchest home runs in franchise history Saturday
The veteran strugged against Chicago pitching — but will past performance be an indicator of future failings in this NLDS?
The story of the Nationals: When they are healthy, they are good.
Stephen Strasburg’s scoreless inning streak halted at 35, but right-hander improves to 14-4 with 7-1 win.
The evening unraveled in an instant, the chance for a sweep disappearing in the vapor trail of Nationals first baseman Ryan Zimmerman’s game-changing home run. A three-run shot off Dodgers reliever Ross Stripling cost his club the lead in a 7-1 defeat in Sunday’s series finale. Aided by an umpire’s...
The Nationals veteran will not join the long list of the injured, while recovering players Jayson Werth and Trea Turner near their returns.
The first baseman was unavailable Friday night and more specifics of his ailment have yet to be disclosed.
Ryan Zimmerman homered with two outs in the eighth inning to lift the NL East-leading Washington Nationals to a 2-1 victory against the San Diego Padres
Edwin Jackson delivers another strong start as West Coast trip starts with a win.