On a night where not much else meaningful happened, Harper drives in his 100th run of the season to give an intimate crowd something to cheer.

(Katherine Frey / The Washington Post)

Sports have always been about politics. Rooting for the Nats shouldn't be.

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After growing up professionally in Washington, outfielder faces an offseason of uncertainty.

The right-hander threw 100 pitches in just four innings of work in Monday night's win at Nationals Park.

On a night where not much else meaningful happened, Harper drives in his 100th run of the season to give an intimate crowd something to cheer.

Eaton will play right field and be the leadoff hitter against the Marlins on Monday night.

A busy baseball weekend was even busier for Adam Eaton and Max Scherzer.

For Bryce Harper and others, this will be the last appearance at Nationals Park this season.

As a lost season winds down, Washington hopes to find optimism for the future in such games.

As the Nationals have worked more young players into their rotation, their base running misadventures have become a constant source of teaching moments.

Washington earns a 6-0 win but is mathematically eliminated from the playoff race.

The Nationals' top prospect is continuing to adjust to playing the position at the major league level.

Roark has been away from the team after his wife gave birth earlier this week.

With a chance to put a dent in deGrom’s Cy Young candidacy, the Nationals instead offer little resistance in a 4-2 loss.

Eaton played against the Marlins on Tuesday but has not been in the lineup for the Nationals' last two games.

  • Perspective

A team that won division titles behind dominant rotations suddenly looks thin on the mound.

The Nationals' slugger was walking back to the dugout after a called strike three when umpire D.J. Reyburn tossed him from the game.

Ace’s bid for a 20-win season goes by wayside but he claims team single-season record for strikeouts.

The Nationals' catcher has the rare ability to throw runners out without standing up.

Trea Turner has appeared in each one of the Nationals' 152 games, and started in all but four of them.

Longtime NBA insider explains his new role as the face of The Athletic's Washington site.

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