Tanner Roark provides seven strong innings, but offense waits until the eighth to get started in 4-1 win at Miami.

(Steve Mitchell / Usa Today Sports)

Tanner Roark provides seven strong innings, but offense waits until the eighth to get started in 4-1 win at Miami.

Grace has been on the disabled list since April 21 with a groin strain.

In Miami, right-hander gives up four runs in six innings, but bats break out in 9-5 win.

Miller joins the Nationals after tossing 13 2/3 scoreless innings for Class AAA Syracuse.

Murphy hasn't played a game this season while Goodwin has been out since mid-April.

The Marlins are the only National League East team the Nats have not seen since spring training.

Miller was dominant in Syracuse this season.

If you're new to D.C., you need a new favorite baseball player. This quiz will help you pick who to root for.

Caution be damned (sort of): Sammy Solis is going to pitch in attack mode.

The Nationals need a reliever to fill out their bullpen.

San Diego claims series finale, 3-1, despite a strong start from the team’s young right-hander.

The host of "Get Up DC!" starts his day with a run and ends it with a drum performance.

Fedde will make his fourth career major league start.

The Nationals need a fresh arm after Saturday's doubleheader left them short one day for a turn through the rotation, and it could turn out to be Erick Fedde.

Outfielder’s throw home saves a run in sixth, then his double in the ninth is the difference in 2-1 win over San Diego.

Madson was placed on the disabled list Sunday with a pectoral strain.

Soto's remarkable debut is encouraging, but after losing Howie Kendrick, the Nationals have needs he cannot meet — even at his best.

The three-run blast meant a whole lot to a group of major league hopefuls in Soto's home country.

Soto crushed a three-run home run on the first pitch he saw in his first career start, and Washington went on to win, 10-2.

The veteran left-hander is finally back in the majors after years of agonizing rehabilitation.

Load More
Most Read
The story must be told.
Subscribe to The Washington Post



Success! Check your inbox for details.

See all newsletters

Boston 01:05 ET
New York 01:05 ET
Los Angeles
Cleveland 01:10 ET
Detroit 01:10 ET
Miami 01:10 ET
Tampa Bay 01:10 ET
Philadelphia 01:35 ET
Pittsburgh 01:35 ET
St. Louis
Milwaukee 02:10 ET
New York
Texas 03:05 ET
Kansas City
Colorado 03:10 ET
Oakland 04:05 ET
Los Angeles 04:10 ET
San Diego
Seattle 04:10 ET
Chicago 08:08 ET
San Francisco