Offense

A closer look at the Nationals’ slumping offense

Slumps do not last forever. The Nationals are trying to figure out how to bring this one to a swift conclusion.

The Nationals on what is going wrong, what must change

Nothing is going right for the Nationals, and they are not sure exactly why. They are hoping things begin to click soon.

Danny Espinosa on his improvements hitting left-handed

So far this season, Espinosa is 5 for 17 with two home runs, five walks and only three strikeouts hitting left-handed.

Bryce Harper is drawing walks and getting intentionally walked — a lot

The Nationals' slugger is second in the majors in walks and first in intentional walks.

The Nationals offense is off to a slow start

The Nationals have scored seven runs in four games -- a slow start for a depleted lineup.

Is the Nationals’ lineup too right-handed?

Three key Nationals right-handed hitters have done well in their careers against right-handed pitching.

Danny Espinosa to hit mostly right-handed in spring training

He will still maintain his left-handed swing in case of injury -- but he will test out his righty swing against righty pitching.

Nationals interested in Rougned Odor, Rangers asked about starters

The Rangers told the Nationals they wouldn't trade the young second baseman.

Appreciating Anthony Rendon’s fifth-place MVP finish

The third baseman finished higher than any Nationals player has ever finished.

Ian Desmond, Anthony Rendon win Silver Slugger awards

Desmond, a shortstop, claims his third straight Silver Slugger award, while Rendon, a third baseman, wins his first.

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