Wilson Ramos Gets Stitches Removed From Left Hand

According to beat writer James Wagner of the Washington Post, Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos got the stitches removed from his surgically-repaired left hand on Tuesday afternoon and has now been cleared to begin basic rehab activities. Ramos underwent left


Sunday Notes: Denard Span Hopes To Take BP Monday

It sounds like Denard Span‘s concussion is fairly minor (if a brain injury can ever be considered minor). Span, who was placed on the 7-day concussion disabled list on Saturday, told James Wagner of the Washington Post on Sunday


Sunday Notes: Ryan Zimmerman Out 4-6 Weeks

Nationals third baseman Ryan Zimmerman left last nights game with the Braves after injuring his right thumb and will miss four to six weeks. Fortunately for the Nationals, they have several talented infielders on hand who should be able


Video: Bryce Harper’s First Home Run Of 2014

Bryce Harper had a 4-for-25 (.160) average before Wednesday’s game against the Marlins


Ryan Zimmerman May Play A Bit At First Base

Ryan Zimmerman of the Washington Nationals has an inflamed throwing shoulder.


Nats Considering Moving Zimmermann To First

Washington Nationals star third baseman Ryan Zimmerman may spend more time at first base due


Sunday Notes: Nationals Place Scott Hairston On DL

The Nationals have made a roster change before today’s series-finale against the Braves, placing Scott Hairston on the disabled list: The #Nats have placed OF Scott Hairston on the 15-day DL with a left oblique strain and recalled INF/OF


Sunday Notes: Harper Out Of Lineup, Feels “Pretty Lost”

Bryce Harper went 0-for-4 in Saturday night’s 6-2 loss to the Braves and acknowledged to CSN Washington’s Mark Zuckerman after the game that he’s feeling “pretty lost right now, actually.” Harper, who’s batting just .143 with a .325 OPS


MLB:Ian Desmond’s Home Run Overturned Due to Replay

The Nationals’ Ian Desmond thought he had one of baseballs’ toughest home run–an inside the home run. However when Justin Upton convinced the Braves to challenge it, it turned out that it wasn’t an in the park home run.

Washington Nationals and star pitcher Stephen Strasburg could be headed to Dunedin

MLB: Nationals’ Owner “Beyond Topped Out”

The Washington Nationals payroll, which has skyrocketed since 2012 is “topped out” according to their principal owner. Their payroll is considered one of the top in the league at $140 million. For more on this story visit: Hardball Talk,