Thomas Boswell: Most recent columns

It took 30 years of bitter feuds, but MLB players and owners learned to get along
The sport’s ugliest labor wars have yielded prolonged and profitable peace.
A quarter of the way into the season, Capitals are keeping an eye on the long game
(The Washington Post, November 27, 2016; 3:39 PM)
Terry Francona and Joe Maddon know a bit about what ails D.C. sports fans
(The Washington Post, November 18, 2016; 7:27 AM)
The Redskins — Team 24-23 — accept what it means to frequently be in tight games
(The Washington Post, November 13, 2016; 8:29 PM)
Cubs choke, Indians win: Alternate Game 7 column shows fine line between winning and losing
(The Washington Post, November 3, 2016; 2:43 PM)
You knew it couldn’t come easily, but the Cubs are World Series champions
(The Washington Post, November 3, 2016; 1:17 AM)
The Indians have defied the odds all season. Who says they can’t win Game 7?
(The Washington Post, November 1, 2016; 11:45 PM)
Cubs live to fight another day in a World Series that seems built to go distance
(The Washington Post, October 31, 2016; 12:15 AM)
Terry Francona is pushing all the right buttons in World Series
(The Washington Post, October 29, 2016; 11:48 PM)
At Wrigley Field, Cubs and Indians provide America a vote of confidence
(The Washington Post, October 29, 2016; 12:06 AM)
Thanks to Jake Arrieta, Kyle Schwarber, World Series swings back toward Cubs
(The Washington Post, October 26, 2016; 11:12 PM)
Cubs-Indians World Series shows what fans long have known: Life is suffering
(The Washington Post, October 24, 2016; 11:44 AM)
Here’s what the Nationals should do this offseason. For starters, bring Ian Desmond back to Washington.
(The Washington Post, October 18, 2016; 5:36 PM)
How Nats fans should process three playoff losses in five years
(The Washington Post, October 14, 2016; 5:33 PM)
Once again, Nationals head out into an offseason of doubt
(The Washington Post, October 14, 2016; 1:56 AM)
Nationals head home for Game 5 with plenty of good omens on their side
(The Washington Post, October 11, 2016; 11:15 PM)
With two shots to knock out the Dodgers, the Nats are in the driver’s seat
(The Washington Post, October 10, 2016; 11:14 PM)
With Jose Lobaton’s homer, Nats head west with momentum in their carry-ons
(The Washington Post, October 9, 2016; 8:23 PM)
Clayton Kershaw’s rare off night gave Nats a chance. Max Scherzer’s took it away.
(The Washington Post, October 7, 2016; 11:49 PM)
Nationals and Dodgers have recent playoff ghosts; who is still haunted most?
(The Washington Post, October 6, 2016; 9:04 PM)