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

(John Bazemore / AP)

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.

The right-hander bounces back from last week’s poor outing against Atlanta and reaches 250 strikeouts for a fourth consecutive season.

The right-fielder hit, fielded and ran Tuesday afternoon in a simulated game.

The second baseman was a late scratch after seemingly feeling something before the game he didn't feel earlier in the day.

A look ahead to the first series of the last road trip of the regular season.

  • Perspective

Since returning from disabled list, right-hander has been dominant, and gives Washington a 1-2 punch at top of their rotation.

Washington is banking on its culture to help its first-round pick keep those issues in his past.

Lind has been among the top pinch hitters in baseball this season, perhaps even the best.

Stephen Strasburg’s scoreless inning streak halted at 35, but right-hander improves to 14-4 with 7-1 win.

The Washington slugger hadn't hit on the field since injuring his left leg on Aug. 12.

  • Perspective

The game is experiencing another golden era, and the Nats and Dodgers each have a young stud who could turn into something great.

The lineup has struggled but the pitching staff has held up against a potential postseason foe.

The young right-hander pushed his shoulder too hard, and now must wait until spring training to try again.

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