Ryan Zimmerman opens up about his future, and why he's ready and willing to move on from third base.
The Nationals are still in the process of determining the nature of severity of injuries to two minor league pitchers.
Bryce Harper will visit a specialist to gauge his progress next week. Meanwhile, Taylor Jordan got his velocity back.
Working without his new slider, Stephen Strasburg dominates the Cardinals for most of his six innings.
Tanner Roark could have pitched Sunday, but Matt Williams was vague on why.
On opening day, we present our annual best case and worst scenario for each Nationals player.
The baseball season is fast approaching, which means the DC Sports Bog is all over the Nationals.
It's a big moment for the Nationals' fifth start competition, with Taylor Jordan pitching a day after Tanner Roark's impressive performance.
The right-hander allowed one run over three innings and induced two double plays.
Stephen Strasburg and Ross Detwiler worked on new pitches during the Nationals' live batting practice.