The Nationals beat the Cubs 2-1 yesterday but you'd never get that vibe just from watching Bryce Harper
Today is the day for barbecuing in the backyard with friends and family, sporting red, white and blue, and watching baseball. All of these things could be defined as being patriotic, but there is one element of Independence Day
The Nationals are off today but Bryce Harper will be activated from the disabled list in time for Monday’s series-opener against the Rockies.
Bryce Harper, who has been out since April 26, has been cleared to begin his road back to the Major Leagues with a rehab assignment with Single-A Potomac.
The Washington Times has called Michael Morse dumb, well not in so bluntly. Here’s the quote from the paper: Michael Morse wasn’t the sharpest pencil in the box in the Washington Nationals clubhouse when he was here. Nice guy, good
Washington Nationals right-hander Jordan Zimmermann today was named the National League Player of the Week. Major League Baseball made the announcement this afternoon on MLB Network. Zimmermann, 28, opened the month of June with 17 consecutive scoreless innings as
A fan in a very realistic bear costume showed up at Petco Park yesterday.
Padres first-basemen Yonder Alonso hits a game-tying solo home run in the top of the ninth inning against Rafael Soriano
Gio Gonzalez says that he feels really good after his latest rehab start. The only problem was he didn’t pitch too well. Gonzalez was roughed up in his last start, giving up seven hits and four walks over 3
Miami Hurricanes lefthander Andrew Suarez became the first Hurricane selected in the 2014 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft Thursday night, when the Washington Nationals chose the redshirt sophomore with their second-round pick. Suarez, who was selected in the ninth