Washington's manager decided to break up the lefties, something he has wanted to do all along.
Dusty Baker's efforts to keep his roster strong through a grueling road trip continues with some lineup changes Monday.
Right-hander Blake Treinen was removed Wednesday as closer for the Washington Nationals and manager Dusty Baker said the job will be a “mix and match” plan with right-handers Shawn Kelley and Koda Glover sharing the duties. Kelley earned his first save of the season in Washington’s 3-1 victory...
Blake Treinen's tenure as closer may be over following another troubling ninth inning against the Braves.
Magic Johnson arrived in Los Angeles as a wide-eyed teenager in 1979, when Dusty Baker, Ron Cey and Steve Garvey starred for the team that had captured the affection of the city. “I've seen how the Dodgers can be as big as the Lakers,” Johnson said when he announced his pursuit of an ownership...
Max Scherzer led a crew of baseball player in support of Washington's hockey team. His manager, Dusty Baker, approves.
On Jackie Robinson Day, Dusty Baker switches up his lineup and remembers a hero.
The Nats’ new center fielder is most valuable hitting first or second, and Dusty Baker may have stumbled into that conclusion.
Dusty Baker wants to give his third baseman a day off after a rough first week at the plate.
Sounds like Adam Eaton will bat second at least for the Nationals' season-opening series against the Marlins.
As they begin a new season, players are eager to fill in the one gap on the manager’s résumé.
The third baseman's laid-back attitude was once mistaken for laziness. Now it contributes to his status, in Manager Dusty Baker's words, as “highly underrated.”
With Daniel Murphy still working back into shape, Dusty Baker might have to play with his lineup early on.
The Nats have a two-year window to win, and the manager has half as long. Yet he's a young-at-heart baseball liferwho wants to stay in the game.
Manager Dusty Baker said the Nationals have settled on a closer without naming one. Could it be the dogged but green 23-year-old?
Newly acquired pitcher Joe Blanton and Manager Dusty Baker both operate vineyards in California.
"We're all very happy to see them, because they're big personalities on this team, not only game- and player-wise, but also just them,” Manager Dusty Baker said.
Could Fedde hit the majors this season? And what will the Nationals do with Joe Nathan?
Koda Glover, Shawn Kelley and Blake Treinen remain favorites to close this year, but the Nationals say they haven't decided who will do it.
The Nationals manager says he knows a few kids — and some animals — named after him.