Washington Nationals pitcher did something pretty cool this Christmas – he bought Starbucks for everyone on Twitter. There was no word about how much money was on the giftcard tweeted out by Fister, but it only lasted for a couple hours. Show More Summary
Nothing beats a perfect marriage of technology and generosity during the holidays. Washington Nationals pitcher Doug Fister brought them together in an awesome gift Christmas Eve, according to Sports Illustrated. Check out his tweet: Merry Christmas Eve! Have a Starbucks on us! Have the barista scan the pic below. Show More Summary
From the San Francisco Giants to the Washington Nationals, some of the best teams of 2014 have endured underwhelming offseasons. The Giants missed out on two of the top free agents of the winter, while the Nationals haven't done much of anything at all. Show More Summary
It seems ex-NASCAR driver Timothy Tyler Andrew Walker got away with a, um, fast one. The 35-year-old pleaded guilty to leading police on a 150 mph car chase through three states and managed to avoid jail time. (Washington Nationals slugger Jayson Werth, who was sentenced earlier this month for 10 days after speeding on a small section […]
The Washington Nationals are taking a noticeably patient approach this offseason, but last week the team put a clock on it with the announcement of spring training dates. Pitchers and catchers are scheduled to report to Viera, Florida, Feb. Show More Summary
The Tampa Bay Rays stunned the baseball world Wednesday, agreeing to trade 2013 American League Rookie of the Year Wil Myers to the San Diego Padres as part of a three-team deal with the Washington Nationals, according to The Associated...Show More Summary
The Washington Nationals have been decidedly quiet so far this offseason. But with more than two months down and just one trade in the books, it feels like the dominoes are about begin tumbling down in D.C. The Nats have a relatively...Show More Summary
Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper, 22, has reportedly agreed to terms on a two-year deal, according to Fox Sports' Ken Rosenthal. The two sides came together after disputes over his contract prior to Monday, per Adam Kilgore...Show More Summary
You have to wonder at this point if Bryce Harper and the Washington Nationals are ever going to get along. If you paid attention during the 2014 season, you'll know of a couple incidents where things got tense between Harper and Nationals manager Matt Williams. Show More Summary
The Washington Nationals held its annual NatsFest on Saturday, an interactive event for fans, but one key player missing was outfielder Bryce Harper, who did not attend the event, with a pending grievance hearing against the team scheduled...Show More Summary
All remains fairly quiet for the Texas Rangers this offseason, as the 2014 winter meetings have now come and gone. The club re-signed veteran right-hander Colby Lewis and made a trade with the Washington Nationals for Ross Detwiler, per Yahoo Sports' Jeff Passan (h/t MLB Trade Rumors). Show More Summary
The Washington Nationals entered the 2014 winter meetings with the potential to make the most noise of any club. But when general manager Mike Rizzo closed up shop Thursday, he did so with almost all of the bargaining chips he brought...Show More Summary
Coming off another great year, Washington Nationals shortstop Ian Desmond is apparently being discussed in trade talks during the winter meetings. Jim Bowden of ESPN.com provides the latest on the Desmond discussions: Ken Rosenthal of...Show More Summary
Looking to add more depth to their pitching rotation, the Texas Rangers have reportedly acquired Ross Detwiler from the Washington Nationals. According to Scott Boeck of USA Today, an official is reporting that Detwiler will go fromShow More Summary
National outfielder Jason Werth has been sentenced to 10 days in jail for wreckless driving. A Virginia State Police trooper testified that Werth’s Porsche sounded like a racecar as he revved the engine and sped down the on-ramp for the Beltway in Fairfax County, reports ESPN. Show More Summary
Washington Nationals outfielder Jayson Werth was sentenced in a Virginia court Friday to 10 days in jail for reckless driving, officials said.
Washington Nationals outfielder Jayson Werth was found guilty of misdemeanor reckless driving on Friday and sentenced to 10 days in jail after his Porsche 911 was clocked in July at 105 mph in a 55 mph zone on the Capital Beltway in Virginia.
Washington Nationals outfielder Jayson Werth was sentenced to 10 days in jail Friday stemming from a reckless driving charge. According to Julie Carey of NBCWashington.com, the former All-Star's license has also been suspended for nearly...Show More Summary
In some places, getting caught speeding simply means an expensive traffic ticket. Virginia is not one of those places. Washington Nationals outfielder Jayson Werth is about learn that the hard way. Read more...