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The Nationals starting rotation fared well again, but do they need to consider upgrades in the offseason?

The Nationals finally announced their rotation.

Should we expect Bryce Harper to break out at one of his favorite hitters' parks? And, more importantly, what does former Marine Dusty Baker think about on Memorial Day?

Why isn't Jose Lobaton catching Gonzalez tonight, as he has in every one of Gio's starts this season?

How Gio Gonzalez hopes going back to his old ways will help him move forward, and how new voices have helped him do it.

A quick look at the basic numbers behind this Nationals' pitching staff's hot start.

The lone lefty in the Nationals' rotation has begun the season with two strong starts.

The left-hander will not have pitched in a game in more than two weeks when he makes his season debut next week.

Gonzalez has a new catchphrase to help calm himself down on the mound: "Feed the family."

"It was exciting to be a father and then all of a sudden come back to work and play baseball."

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