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Washington’s win streak hits eight as it approaches the playoffs.
Jose Ramirez’s early two-run homer is the difference as Baltimore drops 50 games below .500.
The school announced Friday that its investigation into how Meyer handled allegations of domestic violence against a former longtime assistant coach will be completed by the end of the weekend.
Jimmy Pitaro says the network is working to improve relations with the NFL, which have been strained by, among other things, players protesting racial injustice by kneeling during the national anthem.
The move has yet to be made official, seemingly because the club is waiting to learn whether Stephen Strasburg can replace him in the rotation.
Make Washington the third MLB team to bring back the bullpen cart.
Fledgling mixed martial arts organization returns to the District for semifinals after regular season stop in July.
The fifth-year coach was placed on leave in mid-April, after an investigation was launched into the residency of two players on his team.
The soccer power included 13 players from its World Cup squad for a pair of September matches in the United States.
He had been the paper's most prominent sportswriter for nearly 40 years.
“I never thought I’d still be fighting. I was just gifted to be able to fight for so long,” said the former titleholder, who will fight Saturday near his hometown.
Vote for the weirdest team name from the five real finalists.
Acuna is the youngest player to hit a home run in five straight games.
The Nationals return home eight games back in the NL East.