Washington National Cathedral and Covenant Baptist Church/United Church of Christ are partnering their Thanksgiving efforts again to provide dinners for families in Wards 7 and 8. The Poor Roberts Foundation will provide all of the needed turkeys. Show More Summary
Coming into the offseason, you could look at the Washington Nationals and conclude within, oh, three seconds that the last thing they needed to tinker with was their starting rotation. But now it sounds like general manager Mike Rizzo might do that anyway. Show More Summary
One year after being traded to the Washington Nationals, right-handed pitcher Doug Fister could be on the move yet again. According to Bob Nightengale of USA Today, the Nationals would be inclined to deal Fister under the right circumstances: Whatever...Show More Summary
Good morning! Here are some career updates from the journalism community: Anthony DeMaio is now publisher of Slate. Previously, he was president of national sales there. (Politico) Chelsea Janes will cover the Washington Nationals for The Washington Post. Show More Summary
Pitchers often get their catchers gifts whenever they win an award or throw a no-hitter. Washington Nationals pitcher Jordan Zimmermann knew he also needed to get one of his outfielders, Steven Souza Jr., something for preserving his no-hitter in the final game of the 2014 regular season. Zimmermann no-hit the Miami Marlins on Sept. Show More Summary
The Washington Nationals are at a crossroads this offseason. The moves that general manager Mike Rizzo and company make this winter will set the course of the franchise for the foreseeable future. In 2014, Washington road a late-season surge to the best record in the National League. Show More Summary
Although it doesn’t specifically prohibit fracking, the final forest plan now prohibits any new leasing of the national forest -- and Washington, D.C.'s watershed -- for any kind of oil and gas drilling activity. The post Obama Administration Protects George Washington National Forest From New Oil and Gas Drilling appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Washington is still open to signing its shortstop to a nine-figure deal after he spurned the club last offseason. Washington Nationals shortstop Ian Desmond turned down a seven-year, $107 million offer from the team last offseason, according...Show More Summary
The historic Washington National Cathedral is hosting a Muslim prayer service for the first time Friday. The prominent Episcopal cathedral often hosts national events, such as presidential funerals, and has hosted Muslims at various interfaith services in the past. Show More Summary
It's a little unusual that Washington Nationals skipper Matt Williams won the National League Manager of the Year award Tuesday night. That's not only because it was just his first season at the helm, and that he made some post-season calls that many blamed for a stunted October run (the votes for the award are made during the […]
Washington Nationals star pitcher Jordan Zimmermann is due for a big salary in the final year of his contract, and the team is reportedly shopping the two-time All-Star. Gordon Wittenmyer of the Chicago Sun-Times has the latest buzzShow More Summary
The Nationals could be looking for middle infield help, an area of strength for the Cubs. The Chicago Cubs have engaged in discussions with the Washington Nationals over starting pitcher Jordan Zimmermann, according to Gordon Wittenmeyer...Show More Summary
(Paul Mirengoff) The Washington Post reports that the Washington National Cathedral will host a Muslim prayer service this Friday. The cathedral, part of the Episcopal Church, has long been the site of important services, including memorial services for presidents, some of whom are buried there. Show More Summary
The Baseball Writer's Association of America announced the 2014 Manager of the Year awards Tuesday evening, as Matt Williams of the Washington Nationals won in the National League and Buck Showalter of the Baltimore Orioles won in the American League. Show More Summary
Rookie skipper Matt Williams was named National League Manager of the Year on Tuesday after leading the Washington Nationals to the best record in the league.
First-year manager Matt Williams guided the Washington Nationals to a 17-game triumph in the National League East in 2014. It was a major turnaround for the talent-laden squad and was enough to earn the longtime third baseman National...Show More Summary
Matt Williams, who led the Washington Nationals to the best record in the National League in his first season as a manager, and Buck Showalter, who led the Baltimore Orioles to their first division championship since 1997, were honored Tuesday as managers of the year.
In his first year as Nationals manager, Matt Williams is named the NL's Manager of the Year. Washington Nationals manager Matt Williams officially won the 2014 NL Manager of the Year with 18 of the 30 first place votes award Tuesday night. Show More Summary
Your team by team guide to each NL club's biggest contract hurdles, potential free-agent defections, and desperate, aching, bleeding needs. Washington Nationals (96-66) Biggest free agent: Asdrubal Cabrera Biggest contract decision:Show More Summary
The Washington Nationals made it back to the postseason in 2014, and now the club will look to find a way to take the next step. A common belief is that Washington has one of the most balanced rosters in baseball. It certainly looksShow More Summary