Atlanta pitching melts down in decisive inning as Nationals win third straight.

(John Bazemore / AP)
  • Perspective

Since returning from disabled list, right-hander has been dominant, and gives Washington a 1-2 punch at top of their rotation.

Washington is banking on its culture to help its first-round pick keep those issues in his past.

Lind has been among the top pinch hitters in baseball this season, perhaps even the best.

Stephen Strasburg’s scoreless inning streak halted at 35, but right-hander improves to 14-4 with 7-1 win.

The Washington slugger hadn't hit on the field since injuring his left leg on Aug. 12.

  • Perspective

The game is experiencing another golden era, and the Nats and Dodgers each have a young stud who could turn into something great.

The lineup has struggled but the pitching staff has held up against a potential postseason foe.

The young right-hander pushed his shoulder too hard, and now must wait until spring training to try again.

Washington manages four hits as Edwin Jackson gets shelled in a 7-0 loss.

Washington's top prospect has impressed in his limited playing time.

A three-game set that once looked like a formality now could wind up making a difference in which team gets the advantage in the National League playoffs.

Jayson Werth and Victor Robles spark Tanner Roark’s 13th victory.

Drew is attempting to come back from a torn lower abdominal muscle.

It's not paranoia if the world really is out to get you.

  • Perspective

National League’s top two teams have a recent history of October flameouts.

The hard-throwing righty will not return in time for October, leaving the Nationals with a smaller pool of relievers from which to choose.

Manager Dusty Baker sticks with his ace as his pitch count climbs and the results are not good in a disastrous seventh inning.

Harper's timetable is still unclear, but Washington will have Jayson Werth back in the lineup Wednesday night.

  • Analysis

If Jayson Werth is healthy, what will Dusty Baker do with Kendrick? “It’s too early to tell," the manager said.

Gonzalez eclipses 180 innings pitched, activating a 2018 club option that will keep him in Washington.

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