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The Nationals continue their workout in Florida.
As rain washed out the Nationals’ scheduled defensive work Saturday, their manager spoke about improving the defense and why his team will not shift as much as others this season.
Three key Nationals right-handed hitters have done well in their careers against right-handed pitching.
From what went down at the Daytona 500 to what strange thing was found under a soccer stadium in Germany, if you didn’t already know about it, you will now.
No injuries to report; Danny Espinosa takes extra righty-on-righty BP; and Ryan Zimmerman and Yunel Escobar spent time together.
MLB team lashes out after photo of murderer in Pirates hat is released.
We know Ian Desmond and Jordan Zimmermann could be free agents after the season. But will the Nationals ever sign their home-grown players to long-term deals?
Escobar, 32, arrived in Viera this week with a checkered but slowly improving reputation.
Was it gold and white? Blue and black? Athletes and teams were among the zillions online who just had to have their say.
After initial hesitation, former shortstop Yunel Escobar is committed to learning his new position with the Nationals.
On the day of his team’s first full-squad workout, Williams made the season’s goals clear.
Also, on the move back to left field: “Usually, you put the guy in left that you’re trying to hide. I get to go hide in left.“
Even at the apex of his career, Josh Hamilton remained wary of his worst impulses.
COLUMN | Washington needs Zimmerman, Rendon and Harper to stay together, and stay healthy.
You’d emphasize safety, too, after a terrible beaning.
Reducing the season from 162 to 154 games shouldn’t allow luck to affect seasonal outcomes much more than it already does.
The veteran first baseman and outfielder enters spring training hoping to earn a spot on the Nationals bench.
He really, really doesn’t like the new rules.
After seeing two of his first three seasons shortened by injury, Harper said Wednesday he will be more selectively aggressive in 2015.
While he was hurt in 2014, the Orioles’ all-star catcher consulted and scouted. Now, he’s ready to play.
The Angels outfielder, who has a well-chronicled history of cocaine and alcohol abuse, is recovering from shoulder surgery.
The outfielder talks about staying healthy, switching positions, and bringing a World Series trophy to D.C. to ‘hoist over the monuments.’
When asked about adding Max Scherzer to the starting rotation, Bryce Harper asked, “where’s my ring?”
On his first day at camp, the Nationals’ talented young star spewed confidence and enthusiasm throughout a 12-minute interview loaded with soundbites.
DAILY WRAPUP | Injury updates from Viera, where all Nationals players have reported ahead of Thursday’s first full-squad workout.
The Nationals third baseman won’t make things complicated as he tries to follow up a breakout 2014 season with a similar one in 2015.
Bryce Harper is the face of the Nationals, but there can be no doubt he has been underwhelming since his arrival in the big league.
For the second straight spring, big right-hander Blake Treinen’s power sinker and do-it-all attitude are making a big impression.
The legendary Braves slugger had his all-time home run record eclipsed by Barry Bonds.
With more than 1,100 major league games under his belt, how does Ryan Zimmerman prepare for 162 games in 182 days?
Inside the season with the nation’s top-rated football prospect, Woodbridge’s Da’Shawn Hand.
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