Bryce Harper homers twice before the Nats’ flickering postseason hopes are later extinguished following San Francisco’s victory over Colorado.

The 32-year-old rookie joins former National Wil Nieves in an exclusive, improbable club.

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Austin Voth pitches a complete game in the opener and Yadiel Hernandez hits a walk-off homer in the nightcap as the Nationals finally show some fight.

Sánchez goes five strong innings and Washington beats its NL East rival, 5-1, for its first win over Philadelphia this season.

Ben Braymer pitches five scoreless innings, and the Nationals beat the Marlins, 15-0, in Game 2 after falling, 2-1, in Game 1.

Washington reaches its season-tipping record of 2019 with a thud as Patrick Corbin gets rocked in Miami.

Fedde allowed one hit in six scoreless innings to lift Washington to a 5-0 victory, but Miami mauled Wil Crowe and the bullpen to take the second game, 14-3.

Finnegan, 29, made the majors this summer after seven years in the minors. He wished his family could have seen it first-hand.

Luis Garcia, the youngest player in MLB, delivers after Daniel Hudson blows the save in the bottom of the ninth.

Team puts potential closer-in-waiting Tanner Rainey on IL before falling, 6-1, at Tampa Bay.

The reliever, who will turn 34 this month, wants to keep pitching for Dave Martinez.

The Nationals got off to a very bad start in 2020. But this time there was no turnaround.

Max Scherzer allows a pair of two-run homers in the sixth, and the Nationals lose, 8-4.

Atlanta’s Ian Anderson is dominant as Nationals fall, 2-1, after leaving bases loaded in the ninth.

Dansby Swanson’s eighth-inning home run seals a 7-6 Atlanta win, halts any momentum the Nationals were building.

The Nationals know what they have in Trea Turner. But they have long invested in big-name pitchers before shelling out for homegrown position players.

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Washington got ahead early, held on through some mid-inning speed bumps and completed a two-game sweep.

Max Scherzer goes seven innings, leaving a taxed bullpen with a more manageable task in a 6-1 win over the Rays.

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