Nationals’ next step toward a potential sale: Making financial details available

Would-be buyers who are preapproved by Major League Baseball soon will be able to access the club’s financial information.

By Barry SvrlugaMay 23, 2022

Keibert Ruiz is good at making contact. Maybe too good.

Despite being one of the best offensive catchers this season, Ruiz has yet to show consistent power.

By Jesse DoughertyMay 23, 2022

Nats tweak the lineup and end up with a lopsided win over the Brewers

With Keibert Ruiz batting second and Juan Soto hitting third, the Nationals busted loose in the fourth inning to score an 8-2 victory.

By Jesse DoughertyMay 22, 2022

Stephen Strasburg, Joe Ross to start minor league rehab assignments Tuesday

Stephen Strasburg is still recovering from last summer’s surgery for thoracic outlet syndrome. Joe Ross has been sidelined since having a bone spur removed from his throwing elbow in early March.

By Jesse DoughertyMay 22, 2022

Juan Soto’s struggles continue — and so do the Nationals’

The Nationals star finishes 0 for 3 with a walk as his team loses for the fifth time in six games.

By Jesse DoughertyMay 21, 2022

Nationals find new ways to falter in shutout loss to Brewers

Washington loses, 7-0, to Milwaukee after seeing Lane Thomas tagged out while trying to stretch a triple into an inside-the-park home run.

By Jesse DoughertyMay 20, 2022

Sports teams love crypto. What happens when their sponsor strikes out?

After Terra’s crash, the Washington Nationals’ predicament highlights the potential pitfalls for athletes, teams and leagues that tether their brands to the volatile digital currency.

By Jesse Dougherty,  Ben Strauss and Tory NewmyerMay 20, 2022

The Nationals aren’t just bad. They’re hard to watch.

Physical errors happen. Mental errors shouldn’t.

By Barry SvrlugaMay 19, 2022

Brady House, thriving in Fredericksburg, is central to the Nats’ future

“Getting to come out here and practice and play every day and not have to worry about anything else but doing that as your job," Brady House said. "It’s really nice, especially with me being 18.”

By Andrew GoldenMay 19, 2022

Nats’ first trip to extra innings ends in a win thanks to Keibert Ruiz

The Nationals appeared to win in the ninth inning before a replay review changed that, but Keibert Ruiz came through in the 10th for a 5-4 win over the Marlins.

By Jesse DoughertyMay 18, 2022

Amid Nats’ reboot, Mike Rizzo and Dave Martinez are in last guaranteed year

Late in the 2020 season, the Nationals' general manager and manager signed two-year deals with a club option for a third.

By Jesse Dougherty and Chelsea JanesMay 18, 2022

Keibert Ruiz, a natural introvert, is finding his voice with the Nats

Ruiz, 23, and backup catcher Riley Adams, 25, are early in their careers.

By Andrew GoldenMay 18, 2022

At plate, in field, on bases — it all goes wrong for Nats in latest loss

Joan Adon's velocity is one of the few bright spots as the Nationals lose for the fifth time in five games against the Marlins.

By Jesse DoughertyMay 17, 2022

Starter Rodney Theophile is dominating for Nationals’ low-A affiliate

Washington's 22-year-old prospect Rodney Theophile, who has a 0.82 ERA in six starts, now has to prove he can thrive at higher levels of the organization's system.

By Jesse DoughertyMay 17, 2022

In Nats’ mistake-filled loss, a tale of two sinkers and a Marlins ace

Nationals starter Aaron Sanchez labored through a short start while the Marlins' Sandy Alcantara dominated in an 8-2 loss in South Florida.

By Jesse DoughertyMay 16, 2022

Long balls ruin Patrick Corbin’s day as Nationals fall flat vs. Astros

Houston slugged three home runs against Patrick Corbin to take the series with an 8-0 victory.

By Andrew GoldenMay 15, 2022

Nationals ride Yadiel Hernandez’s bat, grin and bear his glove in win over Astros

Hernandez entered spring training vying for a spot on the bench. He has since become a surprising spark in the lineup.

By Andrew GoldenMay 14, 2022

The ‘absolute rush’ and unending pressure of being a third base coach

Gary DiSarcina was hired by Washington after serving in the same role for the Mets and Angels.

By Jesse DoughertyMay 14, 2022

Nationals reunite with Astros, who promptly pounce on Josiah Gray

In a rematch of the 2019 World Series, it's clear the teams have headed in separate directions since.

By Andrew GoldenMay 13, 2022

Joan Adon’s control problems continue in Nationals’ loss to Mets

The Nationals' rookie right-hander has another short start, marked by an inability to throw strikes.

By Andrew GoldenMay 12, 2022