Starter Erick Fedde delivers six strong innings, but Baltimore pounds Washington relievers for eight runs in 9-2 win at Camden Yards.

(Katherine Frey / The Washington Post)

Starter Erick Fedde delivers six strong innings, but Baltimore pounds Washington relievers for eight runs in 9-2 win at Camden Yards.

Sanchez, who has bounced around all season, takes another trip down to make room for Fedde.

  • Perspective

Manager has justified his players’ faith and the organization’s patience. Now he can prove his mettle.

Washington looked like a much different team once Bryce Harper and Daniel Murphy left. But the Nationals have maintained their power stroke.

Voth allows one run in six solid innings, and Washington takes care of business in an 8-1 win over the lowly Orioles.

  • Perspective

Bitterness between the teams’ ownership groups has seemingly prevented any transactions, but a deal could be mutually beneficial.

Fedde seemed to have a strong hold on the fifth starter's spot earlier this season. Now he has a chance to earn it back.

  • Perspective

We’ve been here before, wondering how special a young Nats player will be.

  • Perspective

It’s easy to look at Giolito’s numbers and think Washington gave away an arm they could desperately use, but MLB trades are rarely that simple.

Washington sent a clear message with this roster construction: Age matters. Experience does, too.

Washington must choose whether it will start Stephen Strasburg on schedule or ask him to bump his start back a day.

An auspicious start to the second half of the season for the Washington bullpen hit a pothole when Matt Grace was dinged for the winning home run.

Washington is chipping away at its rotation situation but still needs to decide who will start Wednesday against Baltimore before an important four-game set in Atlanta over the weekend.

An offense that failed to capitalize on chances all night finally comes through in 4-3 victory.

The 34-year-old right-hander had been optimistic he would still be ready to start Tuesday in the series opener against Baltimore.

  • Analysis

Nationals will be without Max Scherzer for at least the next week, but the bigger question mark is how their rotation rounds out moving forward.

The Nationals ace had an MRI over the break and threw from 75 feet Friday without issue.

Stephen Strasburg throws six scoreless innings and bullpen seals deal for a 4-0 victory over rival Phillies.

Answering questions on the upcoming trade deadline, Gerardo Parra and who should fill out the Nationals’ rotation next week.

Erick Fedde, Austin Voth and Kyle McGowin all moved from Class AAA to Class AA Harrisburg Thursday, so as to be more easily available on short notice.

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