Juan Soto has reached base in 10 consecutive plate appearances and now leads the majors in batting average and on-base percentage.
Juan Soto reaches base in all five plate appearance as Washington beats Miami, 7-5
Mondry-Cohen has been with the Nationals since he interned with the team in 2009.
The energetic left-hander worked into the eighth inning and allowed just one run, and his backstop contributed to the Nationals' go-ahead rally in Miami.
The Nationals have let go of four more coaches amid an organization-wide overhaul.
Bell came to the Nationals as a first baseman who had trouble playing first base. Since, his defense has been a bright spot.
Despite being hurt for most of his one season with the Nationals, Alex Avila will leave a mark.
Josh Bell was charged with interference, ending a 10th-inning rally as the Nationals fumed. The Marlins prevailed, 8-7, in the bottom half.
Paolo Espino worked into the sixth inning and Juan Soto delivered a towering shot in the third as Washington won, 3-0, for its first shutout since June 18.
Catcher Alex Avila, 34, is completing the 13th major league season of his career, which includes being selected an all-star in 2011.
Josiah Gray allowed five runs on three hits in 5 1/3 innings as Washington lost to Colorado, 9-8.
Brad Holman and Larry Pardo announced their intentions in a statement to The Washington Post on Friday, writing that the Nationals “pretended” to consider their request for religious exemptions.
The Nats must develop more players who are worth paying good money to see, so Septembers at the ballpark can go back to being electric.
While Lane Thomas shines with the Nationals, Victor Robles has found his footing in the minors.
Kyle Finnegan surrendered four runs in the ninth inning as Miami rallied to an 8-6 victory over the Nationals on Wednesday afternoon at Nationals Park.
Paloma Benach wants to play college baseball after graduating high school. No, scratch that. She wants to keep pitching, as long as she can.
The veteran's 442-foot blast into the second deck in right was something of a throwback on a night when the Nats' pitching kept the Marlins in check.
The Marlins' big right-hander had his entire arsenal working, with velocity and movement. The no-hitter was intact until Josh Bell lined a single in the seventh inning.