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Jorge Castillo is a Nationals beat reporter for The Washington Post. He previously was the Wizards beat reporter for the Post after covering various sports for The New York Times and The Star-Ledger.
Nationals manager presses the wrong buttons in 8-6 loss as Bryce Harper sits with illness.
Anthony Rendon’s two-run homer wins it as fading Phillies can’t take advantage of their ace’s strong effort.
Strasburg overcomes lower velocity than usual in his second start since coming off the disabled list, and Washington beats the Phillies, 5-3.
MLB stars see a good barber as a therapist, a confidant — and a necessity. And teams are following suit.
The team ruled out an Achilles' injury for Herrera, who was on crutches after the 15-0 victory over the Mets.
Washington’s scoreless streak ends after 32 innings before it scores 14 more runs to salvage a game in New York.
Harper said he's been sick for about a week.
Mets again subdue Washington’s offense, 3-0, as scoreless streak hits 27 innings.
Madson has been on the disabled list with lumbar nerve irritation.
Mets’ Jason Vargas handcuffs Washington in its second straight shutout.