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77-75, 3rd in NL East
Strasburg's pitch hits batter, catcher and ump... again (0:36)
1d

Strasburg fans 11, Nationals top Marlins 4-2

Stephen Strasburg matched his season-high with 11 strikeouts and Bryce Harper tied a career-high with five walks as the Washington Nationals beat the Miami Marlins 4-2 Tuesday night.

Strasburg shines on the mound with 11 Ks (0:47)
Strasburg fans 6 in a row (0:23)
Arenado, Story, Mejia and Soto top wallops of the week (1:29)
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4d

Hellickson reinjures wrist, may be done for season

Pitcher Jeremy Hellickson may miss the rest of the season for the Washington Nationals after reinjuring his right wrist while batting in the fourth inning Saturday. Hellickson was making his first start since injuring his wrist on Aug. 15.

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4d

Teen Soto youngest to steal 3 bases in a game

Rookie Juan Soto, 19, became the youngest player to steal three bases in a game, helping the Nationals stop the Braves' six-game winning streak with a 7-1 victory.

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5d

Nats' Martinez critical of ump's spat with Harper

Nats manager Dave Martinez was critical of plate umpire Laz Diaz for his confrontation with Bryce Harper, saying umpires are "supposed to uphold the peace on the baseball field."

5d

Acuna goes 4 for 5, Braves win 6th straight

Ronald Acuna Jr. went 4 for 5, had two RBI and scored the tiebreaking run in the fourth inning to help the NL East-leading Atlanta Braves win their season-best sixth straight game with a 10-5 victory over the Washington Nationals on Friday night.

7d

Strasburg strikes out 9, Nats beat Phillies 5-1 for sweep

Stephen Strasburg threw seven impressive innings, Bryce Harper, Ryan Zimmerman and Juan Soto homered and the Washington Nationals beat the freefalling Philadelphia Phillies 5-1 on Wednesday night to complete a three-game sweep.

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7d

Yanks on pace to avoid luxury tax for first time

For the first time since the luxury tax was implemented in 2003, the New York Yankees are on pace to remain under the $197 million threshold. The Boston Red Sox and Washington Nationals are the only teams on track to pay the tax this year.

8d

Kieboom loses tooth early, hits 1st HR, Nats top Phils 3-1

Spencer Kieboom hit his first major league home run after losing a tooth earlier in the day, Erick Fedde pitched shutout ball into the sixth inning and the Washington Nationals beat the fading Philadelphia Phillies 3-1 on Tuesday in the first game of...

8d

Kieboom appears to spit tooth, hits 1st HR, Nats top Phils

Spencer Kieboom appeared to spit out a tooth before he hit his first major league home run, Erick Fedde pitched shutout ball into the sixth inning and the Washington Nationals beat the fading Philadelphia Phillies 3-1 on Tuesday in the first game of a...

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10dJesse Rogers

Rain washes away Cubs' much-needed day off

The Cubs have been in a tough stretch of scheduled games, and it will continue with Sunday's game against the Nats rescheduled for Thursday.

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11dJesse Rogers

Rainout vs. Nationals confusing to Maddon, Cubs

A day after waiting through a lengthy rain delay that led to a postponement against the host Washington Nationals, Cubs manager Joe Maddon still isn't sure why Friday night's game wasn't played.

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Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs714Tied-8th
Batting Average.25211th
On Base Percentage.3323rd
Slugging Percentage.41512th
Earned Run Average4.0216th
Quality Starts77Tied-12th
WHIP1.249th
BAA.24311th