Left-hander fails to get through five innings in 6-4 loss at St. Louis that drops them eight games behind Atlanta.
Jeremy Hellickson takes a no-hitter into the sixth inning but can’t get out of it.
The Nationals' manager was reunited with his mentor, even as he tries to slide out of his shadow.
“Childish Bambino” is hitting .305 with 14 home runs and 50 walks, the latter producing a 17 percent walk rate, sixth-best in the majors this year.
The Nationals' manager served as the bench coach under Joe Maddon, and was drafted by the Cubs when his career began.
After a run of poor starts, the left-hander shuts down the Braves and gives hope that the rotation may be stabilizing.
The center fielder took over for Bryce Harper in the starting lineup and showed his worth both offensively and defensively.
Without Bryce Harper in the lineup, Washington salvages a series split.
All the nicknames are fine, but Max Scherzer's warrants a closer look.
Fans who purchase special tickets to the Aug. 22 game against the Phillies will also receive a Nationals-branded swim cap.
Harper has been hit on the right shin twice in less than a week.
Unlikely friendship leads to unforgettable summer cameo — plus one mammoth home run.
The Nationals' teenage phenom has carried himself like a consummate pro while becoming one of baseball's most prolific hitters.
Soto was tossed before seeing a pitch in his third at-bat Wednesday.
Tommy Milone struggles in place of injured Stephen Strasburg as Atlanta wins two of first three in crucial four-game series.
Glover has not pitched in the majors since last June.
The former Nationals' outfielder had told Philadelphia-based radio host Howard Eskin that he dropped Boras because the agent hadn't done his job contacting teams in the offseason.
Braves analyst Joe Simpson implied during Tuesday's broadcast that Soto isn't really 19 years old.
With their regular closer already on the disabled list, the Nationals can hardly afford an injury to their interim man.
Jefry Rodriguez earns his first win in an 8-3 rout in opener, but Atlanta’s ninth-inning rally in nightcap proves extra painful.
If Washington is to win the NL East again, it will have to do so in a brand new way.