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Through the first four games of this first-round series with the Hurricanes, the Capitals had taken more hits than they’d dished out. That changed Saturday.
The 30-year-old righty, who became the Nationals’ all-time leader in innings pitched, stuffed 11 strikeouts into eight scoreless innings and gave up just two hits.
United has now failed to score in three consecutive home games after its 2-0 defeat to New York City at Audi Field.
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Though starter Dylan Bundy was better, Baltimore was swept at home largely because of outfield lapses.

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The Nationals expressed consternation following a 5-0 win over the Marlins on Sunday.

Like the New York Yankees, the team had earlier stopped using her rendition of "God Bless America" because some of her recordings "evoke painful and unacceptable themes."

Christian Pulisic and Weston McKennie return from injuries.

The owner is a big fan of rock and rol and the Beatles in particular.

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Davis is trying to extend a statistically improbable, spiritually uplifting streak — he has hit .247 four consecutive seasons.

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Rendon exited Saturday's 9-3 loss after a fastball hit him in the left elbow.

Senior Stephanie Hong and freshman Serena will play together only this year, but they are clearly comfortable on the field with one another.

The 22-year-old gender studies major, who helped bring exuberance back to a scandal-ridden sport, is ready for what comes next.

Special teams unit delivers three big holds in second period of 6-0 pivotal Game 5 win.

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Veteran forward scores game’s first two goals, gets Washington back to playing ‘Caps hockey.’

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The Capitals dedicated their 6-0 victory in Game 5 on Saturday night to Oshie, whose name was chanted repeatedly by the Capital One Arena crowd.

Game 6 is set for Monday night at PNC Arena in Raleigh, N.C.

Star third baseman hit by pitch in 9-3 loss to last-place Miami, which goes for a sweep Sunday.

Baltimore bashed three homers of its own in the Game 1 loss, but gave up the same amount before allowing eight more in losing Game 2, 16-7.

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