The Washington Post

An update on the health of the most veteran National.

The Nationals' 37-year-old left fielder says his time here will have been a bust unless they win in the playoffs this year.

Trea Turner burst onto the scene as a center fielder in 2016. But will he be a center fielder next season?

Playoff experience seems to be paying off for Washington with the veterans looking calm and patient at the plate.

Asked how confident he is that he will play in Friday's postseason opener, Murphy would not say.

The Nationals appreciated the title they clinched Saturday night, which brought redemption in small doses for all.

An ode to a streak that spanned more than a quarter of the season -- during which, coincidentally, the Nationals gained 15 games in the standings.

The veteran left fielder is three games away from tying the club record for consecutive games on base.

The Nationals could not understand why Daniel Murphy was ruled out at first base in the ninth inning Thursday night.

The Nationals try to end their six-game skid in Milwaukee.

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