The infielder hasn't played as much since the acquisition of Asdrubal Cabrera, but he's ready whenever the Nationals call upon him.
Washington's catcher continued a hot August by going 2-for-4 in Thursday's win over the Diamondbacks.
With all the recent extra-inning games, Nationals relievers are getting a lot of work.
The Nationals have the best record in the National League after three straight walk-off victories.
The two former No. 1 picks have had up-and-down seasons before — with injuries usually playing a part — but 2014 has been particularly rough for them.
Over his past 12 starts, the right-hander holds a 2.29 ERA. This season, his strikeout percentage (22.3) is his highest since 2009 and his walk percentage (3.7) is at a career low.
Cabrera says what it's like moving back to second base after spending the majority of his career as a shortstop.
Over the 30 games leading up to Tuesday night’s contest, Span posted a batting average of .379, and he reached base in each of those games.
The Nationals have yet to find a suitable replacement for Zimmerman in the lineup. Here’s how his absence has affected the team.
With upcoming series against division foes, here’s what the Nationals need to do to take command of the NL East.