5/2/2015 | Aggressive Gio sinks Mets in stellar outing
After escaping a first-inning jam, Gio Gonzalez guided the Nationals to a 1-0 victory over the Mets on Saturday night.
5/2/2015 | Nats, Mets wrap up four-game set with Fister, Gee
The Nationals and Mets will close out a four-game series at Citi Field on Sunday afternoon with Washington's Doug Fister and New York's Dillon Gee matching up.
5/2/2015 | Rendon, Span dealing with nagging soreness
Nationals infielder Anthony Rendon was scratched from Double-A Harrisburg's lineup Saturday night because he couldn't get loose. Outfielder Denard Span was out of Saturday's lineup against the Mets because of abdominal soreness, but he is expected to start Sunday's finale at Citi Field.
5/2/2015 | Nationals lament lack of offense against Mets
After scoring 34 runs in their previous three games, the Nationals couldn't generate any offense during their 4-0 loss to the Mets on Friday night.
5/1/2015 | Scherzer pitches well, knows wins will come
Nationals right-hander Max Scherzer proved that his problems with his right thumb was a thing of the past. In fact, he was very good on Friday night, but the Mets won the game, 4-0, at Citi Field.
5/1/2015 | Span out with sore abdominal muscle
Nationals center fielder Denard Span had Friday off because of a sore abdominal muscle. Span said he is still sore and is not sure if he will play Saturday against the Mets.
5/1/2015 | Nats looking forward to Mayweather-Pacquiao
On Saturday night, professional boxing will take center stage as Manny Pacquiao faces Floyd Mayweather Jr. in Las Vegas. The two fighters will battle for the unified WBA (Super), WBC, WBO and The Ring welterweight titles. Some of the Nationals' players are keeping their eyes on this fight.
5/1/2015 | Nationals continue to work on their defense
One thing can be said about the Nationals: They work hard before games when it comes to improving their defense. Before home games during the regular season, the Nationals are always working on defensive drills. On the road during batting practice, the Nationals are working on their defense.
5/1/2015 | Niese, Gonzalez set for battle of lefties in New York
The Nationals play the third game of a four-game series as the face the Mets on Saturday night at Citi Field. Left-hander Gio Gonzalez will be on the mound for Washington, while left-hander Jonathon Niese toes the rubber for New York.
5/1/2015 | Harvey outduels Scherzer as Mets beat Nationals
Matt Harvey became the first pitcher in the Major Leagues to five wins by outlasting Max Scherzer in a battle of aces as the Mets defeated the Nationals 4-0 at Citi Field.
5/1/2015 | MLB, MLBPA agree to PTBNL rule change
MLB and the MLBPA have agreed to change the rules governing when players signed out of the First-Year Player Draft can be traded -- from one year after signing their first pro contract to the day after the World Series ends
5/1/2015 | #ASGWorthy: Harper making early case
Bryce Harper is one of the game's brightest young stars, but he could still use a push from the fans. Harper, the Nationals' precocious right fielder, showed why he's #ASGWorthy on Thursday night, when he doubled twice and drove in three runs in Washington's 8-2 victory over the division-rival Mets.
5/1/2015 | Solis spins 2 shutout innings in MLB debut
Nationals left-hander Sammy Solis made his Major League debut during Thursday's 8-2 victory over the Mets. Solis, the Nationals' No. 28 prospect, pitched two shutout innings, allowing one hit and striking out a batter -- Mets right fielder Curtis Granderson.
5/1/2015 | Harper continues trend of raking in April
Since 2013, Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper always gets off to great starts, and this year is no different. Harper ended April leading the team in home runs (five), RBIs (15), runs scored (18) and on-base percentage (.440). In fact, he has a streak of being on base in 16 consecutive games.
5/1/2015 | Strasburg settles in after rocky first two innings
It looked like it was going to be a short night for Nationals right-hander Stephen Strasburg on Thursday against the Mets at Citi Field. After two innings, Strasburg threw 51 pitches and allowed two runs. But he started dealing after that, retiring 10 consecutive batters en route to the win.