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Under normal circumstances, the trophy would have been on display at Washington's home opener on Thursday afternoon at Nationals Park.

From a bartender near Nats Park, to the team's radio voice, to its manager, and to the fans, an idyllic day meant for a banner-raising and perfect for baseball instead brought an eerie quiet at the ballpark.

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Home openers are usually for new beginnings. We could have used one.

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These are the Nationals who deserved acknowledgment at the home opener.

Dick Lasner was inspired by videos of impromptu concerts people have been giving in Italy during the coronavirus outbreak.

The facility in West Palm Beach has been taken over by the Florida National Guard.

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“At first, you want to stay ready,” Zimmerman said. “But then you realize it’s going to take longer. Everyone wants to play. None of us don’t want to play the season.”

On March 22, 2019, the Los Angeles Angels dumped the relief pitcher. Then he went on a wild ride that ended with the Nationals.

As Washington recorded the final out of the World Series in October, Nationals fans watched, waited and then celebrated.

General Manager Mike Rizzo gave a full overview of the organization Friday morning, and had no dire news to relay.

Many players around the league will receive a lump sum of their expected spring training allowances.

Minor leaguers are not represented by a union, and they were sent home without pay this weekend.

Strickland joined the team at the trade deadline last season and never found a rhythm.

The coronavirus outbreak continues to affect Major League Baseball, which on Thursday delayed the start of the regular season for at least two weeks.

The Nationals and Yankees played an exhibition game in Florida as Major League Baseball prepared to delay Opening Day.

Harris has been working his way back from an abdominal strain since Feb. 25. He threw a bullpen session Wednesday.

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By playing meaningless games, the sport is exposing its fans, many of them seniors and retired, to unnecessary risk of coronavirus exposure

Zimmerman and four of his Nationals teammates met and played with Trump in West Palm Beach, Fla., on Sunday.

Last year's fundraising event at The Anthem raised more than $1 million.

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After five dominant seasons, Nationals ace likely will slow down, right? Right?

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