The former MVP has been out since Aug. 13 with a bone bruise in his left knee and a left calf strain.

Bryce Harper hit two home runs in three innings Thursday. Mandatory Credit: Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports

Werth dressed as Jon Snow, while Harper went as Snow's direwolf, Ghost.

The former MVP has been out since Aug. 13 with a bone bruise in his left knee and a left calf strain.

Games like Sunday’s win over the Mets might dictate who plays when in October, and who plays when in October might dictate who wins in October.

Will Lind be back next year?

Daniel Murphy’s blast in the 10th inning was Washington’s 206th homer of the season.

Uncertainty surrounds the Nationals reliever's next step. Plus, Brian Goodwin is running sprints and hopes to return.

The Nationals right fielder continues to look on track to return before the end of the season.

The veteran right-hander's injury-plagued season continued Friday when he left the game abruptly in the eighth.

Dusty Baker rests most of his veterans in series opener, and it comes back to bite him.

Bryce Harper again puts on a show in batting practice, however, as he prepares to return from injury.

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If geeking out over lineup cards is your thing, this is the column for you.

The NL East rivals meet for their final series of the season this weekend in Queens.

Struggles at the plate continue for Matt Wieters and Jayson Werth.

For some time, it seemed Drew didn't have any chance of returning this season.

In other news, single-game tickets for the NLDS go on sale next week.

How the Nationals starter finally beat the Braves, and what his season could mean for October.

Atlanta pitching melts down in decisive inning as Nationals win third straight.

The second baseman said he's feeling better Wednesday after dealing with hamstring tightness. Plus,

  • Perspective

After an injury-riddled season, Washington might be getting its full lineup healthy at the perfect time.

The story of the Nationals: When they are healthy, they are good.

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