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.
Washington falls, 3-2, but Ryan Zimmerman’s hustle, Michael A. Taylor’s catch, show team’s grit during dog days of August.
The Nats new closer played baseball at the University of Virginia for three seasons, and first baseman Ryan Zimmerman played there as well.
Zimmerman goes 4 for 4 with two home runs in a 10-1 victory over Miami.
Washington will start an unlikely outfield of Andrew Stevenson, Howie Kendrick and Brian Goodwin.
Ryan Zimmerman passes Frank Howard for most franchise home runs with three-run home run in the third inning against the Colorado Rockies
The Nationals veteran has experienced a resurgent season at the plate, but what about his defense?
MLB teams which have played in multiple cities are inconsistent about recognizing team and franchise home-run leaders.
The Nationals veteran's 235th homer broke a franchise record set in Montreal. But what about that Washington record?
Washington's first baseman is batting.260 since May 8, but he's healthy and has always been a better second-half performer.
For those who stood by the Nationals infielder through three difficult seasons, seeing him return to all-star form and start this Midsummer Classic has been a thrill.
Bryce Harper, Ryan Zimmerman, Daniel Murphy and Anthony Rendon have the Nationals’ offense on a historic pace through the first half of the season.
The average all-star is younger than 28. Ryan Zimmerman, Daniel Murphy and Max Scherzer are all 32.
Washington will have at least three starters in Miami, while Anthony Rendon can still make the all-star team through the NL's 'Final Vote' competition.