The Nationals have gotten their season back on the rails over the last couple weeks. But the stretch to the All-Star break is crucial, starting with the biggest homestand of the season this week.
On My Take, Clinton Yates laments for the Nationals lackluster first half of the season.
Washington’s bullpen has a 6.89 ERA, and the Nationals have won just twice in 11 starts by Scherzer, who remained 2-5. The Nats dropped to 19-30 and is 11 games under .500 for the first time since September 2011.
Washington (18-26) has yet to win three in a row this season and has dropped all six of Scherzer’s home starts.
Washington wants Cohen to confirm an April 15 decision by Major League Baseball’s Revenue Sharing Definitions Committee awarding the Nationals $296.8 million from the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network for the team’s television rights for 2012-16.
The Nationals are 9-10 against opponents from the NL East. Washington ranks last in the National League in hitting with a .236 batting average. Anthony Rendon leads the club with an average of .333.
Yes, the Nationals’ bullpen is really bad, but it hasn’t always been this way. What happened to the effective relievers who used to wear the Curly W, and where are they now?
The Nationals lost for the 11th time in 15 games, fell to 2-12 in series openers and are 16-25 overall. In the NL, only the starting-from-scratch Miami Marlins have a worse record.
The Nationals finish up their four-game series against the St. Louis Cardinals Thursday afternoon, and they are looking to avoid a sweep. Here are three things to watch for.
The Nationals had a chance to score first in the second inning, loading the bases with two out. Bu pitcher Anibal Sanchez hit a comebacker that Wainwright inadvertently kicked over to Paul Goldschmidt for the easy out.
The Nationals dropped their first matchup with the Cardinals. Can they turn it around to win game two of the series? Here are three things to watch for.
Corbin (2-0) gave up three runs — two earned — and five hits, and had a key base hit in Washington’s four-run third inning.
Howie Kendrick put Washington on top with a two-run single in the first, but Colorado evened it in its half of the inning on Arenado’s RBI double and Ryan McMahon’s RBI single.
Here are three things to watch for as the Nationals try to even the series in Colorado.
The Nationals’ bullpen has been unsightly to start the year, but relief corps everywhere are struggling on a level we haven’t seen in a half century.
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