Washington Nationals star slugger Bryce Harper gave the world another reminder of what a total bro he is when a fan tossed her phone to him in the outfield Tuesday night. Harper definitely made that fan’s night, but he’ll now have to...Show More Summary
Jordan Zimmermann allowed six hits in eight innings, Bryce Harper singled home the ahead-run off R.A. Dickey and the Washington Nationals beat the Toronto Blue Jays 2-0 Tuesday in the opener of a day-night doubleheader.
The Washington Nationals' Bryce Harper has been one of the best players, if not the best player, in baseball this season. It's hardly surprising that he's leading the National League MLB All-Star Game voting by a landslide margin inShow More Summary
The Toronto Blue Jays and Washington Nationals locked horns in a low-scoring matchup Tuesday afternoon. Virtually no one got on base, partially due to Josh Donaldson doing his best Nightcrawler routine out there. The Blue Jays thirdShow More Summary
Not everyone gets the Bryce Harper treatment. While the Washington Nationals' right fielder has been generating all sorts of much-deserved buzz, there's also a slew of MLB players like Brian Dozier and Michael Wacha who have quietlyShow More Summary
Here are the facts from the Washington Nationals’ weekend sweep at the hands of the Cincinnati Reds: Friday night, they led in the sixth and lost. Saturday afternoon, they led in the eighth and lost. Sunday, they were tied in the seventh and lost. Their bullpen pitched 111/3 innings in three games and allowed 14 runs. Read full article >>
The interleague series opener between the Toronto Blue Jays and Washington Nationals on Monday has been postponed due to rain.
Joey Votto of the Cincinnati Reds walked on three balls during Sunday's game against the visiting Washington Nationals. No, Votto wasn't given a one-ball allowance. Four balls still constitute a base-on-balls. It just happened. Nobody, including home plate umpire Paul Emmel, appeared to notice. Show More Summary
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The Cincinnati Reds rallied for six runs in the seventh inning on Sunday and beat the visiting Washington Nationals, 8-2.
Washington Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo's shrewd grin up there is that of a man who couldn't be more content to sit out the first round of the 2015 MLB draft, as the Nats must wait until the 58th overall pick to make their first selection. The Nats forfeited their top pick by signing Max Scherzer this offseason. Show More Summary
Todd Frazier and Brandon Phillips each homered and drove in two runs and the Cincinnati Reds completed a three-game sweep of the Washington Nationals with an 8-2 win on Sunday.
Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper is hitting the ball so well sometimes even his pop-ups are home runs. But that doesn't mean he plans on displaying that power at the Midsummer Classic. Harper said he's unsure whether he'll...Show More Summary
It's going...it's going...it's......still in play. Cincinnati Reds third baseman Todd Frazier was robbed of a home run in the eighth inning Saturday, thanks to Washington Nationals outfielder Denard Span. Span leaped over the wall and batted the ball with his glove to keep it in play, holding Frazier to a double and keeping the Nationals ahead 5-4. Show More Summary
CINCINNATI — The Nationals’ lineup for Saturday’s 8-5 loss to the Reds did not look much like the one they were supposed to use this season. Bryce Harper and Wilson Ramos were not in the lineup. Jayson Werth and Anthony Rendon were not even in town. Once unfamiliar and unexpected faces stood in unexpected places.Read full article >>
Joey Votto hit a two-run homer — his second in two days — and Zack Cozart doubled with the bases loaded in the eighth inning on Saturday, rallying the Cincinnati Reds to an 8-5 victory over the Washington Nationals.
Bryce Harper has been on a torrid pace in May, leading the Washington Nationals into first place in the National League East. Unfortunately, the star outfielder will be out for at least one game with a sore back. Continue for updates. Harper...Show More Summary
The Washington Nationals put Stephen Strasburg on the 15-day disabled list on Saturday, a day after he had to leave a start after 16 pitches because of a stiff neck.
Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper had an eventful Friday night against the Reds in Cincinnati. Not only did Harper single off a 102-mph fastball from closer Aroldis Chapman, but he also got hit in the back by a fastball from...Show More Summary
Stephen Strasburg left his start for the Washington Nationals in the second inning with an apparent injury on Friday night against the Cincinnati Reds. Washington Nationals pitcher Stephen Strasburg left his start in the second inning...Show More Summary