Nationals Put Strasburg On Disabled List With Elbow SorenessThe Washington Nationals have placed Stephen Strasburg on the disabled list with right elbow soreness.
Nationals Release Former Closer Jonathan PapelbonPapelbon was released Saturday. The Nationals needed a roster spot to promote righty Reynaldo Lopez to start against Atlanta.
Scherzer's No-Hit Bid Broken Up By Lindor In 7th InningMax Scherzer's bid for a third career no-hitter has ended in the seventh inning when the Washington Nationals pitcher gave up a one-out single to Francisco Lindor.
Keidel: Stephen Strasburg Finally Living Up To HypeWashington Nationals' pitcher Stephen Strasburg is having a marvelous season at 13-0. Will it become a historic Cy Young season?
Keidel: Nats And Mets Going In Opposite DirectionsThe Washington Nationals look like the team they're supposed to be, sweeping the New York Mets, who look nothing like the team they were.
From Harper's Ejection To Scherzer's 20 Ks, Nats Making News"I think the only person that's pretty upset that saw it is my mom. I told her, 'Sorry.' I texted her."
Nationals OF Bryce Harper Appeals 1-Game Suspension From MLBBryce Harper was suspended one game and fined Wednesday by Major League Baseball for his behavior following an ejection this week.
Scherzer: 'Strikeouts Are Sexy' [VIDEO]"Tonight was an emotional game, facing a former team and all those guys I have so much respect for," Scherzer said after pitching against the Tigers for the first time since leaving Detroit.
Scherzer Has 20 Ks, Ties MLB Record As Nats Top Tigers 3-2The astounding performance came in Scherzer's first outing against the Tigers, his former team.
MLB Reviewing Harper's Confrontation With Ump After EjectionMajor League Baseball says it is reviewing Washington Nationals slugger Bryce Harper's confrontation with an umpire to decide whether he should be disciplined.
Bryce Harper Doppelganger Watches Tigers And Nationals [PHOTOS]Is this taking it a little bit too far?
AP Source: Strasburg, Nats Agree To Deal Adding $175MBy agreeing to a deal now, Strasburg leaves a weaker free-agent class in his wake, because he would have been the No. 1 pitcher available.