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10/4/2015 | Desmond emotional after Nats' 2015 finale

After watching his team lose to the Mets, 1-0, on Sunday afternoon, Nationals shortstop Ian Desmond was sitting by his locker waiting to talk to the local media. After going 0-for-2 with a walk, Desmond realized that this could be his last game as a member of the Nationals. He will be a free agent after the season.

10/4/2015 | Harper credits amazing season to staying healthy

Outfielder Bryce Harper had a season for the ages in 2015. He said being healthy had a lot to do with him being Mr. Everything for the Nationals.

10/4/2015 | Grandy's late homer gets Mets to 90 wins

A turbulent and ultimately successful regular season ended Sunday with the vision that general manager Sandy Alderson first set forth for the Mets two years ago: 90 wins. The Mets hit that mark on the dot with a 1-0 win over the Nationals at Citi Field, capping their best season since 2006 with an eye toward the National League Division Series beginning Friday in Los Angeles against the Dodgers.

10/4/2015 | Rizzo: Decisions coming sooner rather than later

Before the last game of the season against the Mets, Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo talked to the local media, but he declined to provide any indication as to the future of manager Matt Williams or his coaching staff.

10/4/2015 | Scherzer joins elite club with 2nd no-hitter of 2015

After pitching his second no-hitter of the season in a 2-0 victory over the Mets on Saturday night, Nationals right-hander Max Scherzer was speechless when he found out what he had accomplished.

10/4/2015 | Ramos 'very happy' to catch third no-hitter

Catcher Wilson Ramos has been with the Nationals for five years, and while he's been behind the plate for some big moments in their history, the biggest may have come in a 2-0 victory over the Mets on Saturday night.

10/4/2015 | Did you know: Scherzer's historic no-hitter

Max Scherzer had what may go down as one of the greatest pitching performances of all-time on Saturday, pitching his second no-hitter this season in a 2-0 win over the Mets.

10/3/2015 | Teammates marvel at Scherzer's feat

There was little chocolate sauce waiting for Max Scherzer this time, just a clubhouse full of howling Nationals teammates and a beer shower to commemorate one of the most dominant no-hitters in Major League history.

10/3/2015 | Scherzer's No. 2 no-no caps season of elite pitching

Scherzer, who left the Tigers to sign a seven-year, $210-million contract with the Nationals in January, has been everything the Nats hoped he'd be, even if 2015 has been a disappointing season for the consensus pre-season favorite.

10/3/2015 | Scherzer second in franchise to toss 2 no-hitters

With his second no-hitter of the season Saturday against the Mets, Nationals ace Max Scherzer joined Bill Stoneman as the only pitchers to throw multiple no-no's with the franchise.

10/3/2015 | No-no encore: Scherzer tosses 2nd of 2015

Pure domination is the best way to describe right-hander Max Scherzer during the second game of a doubleheader against the Mets on Saturday night. Scherzer put himself in the record books, pitching his second no-hitter of the season as the Nationals blanked the Mets, 2-0.

10/3/2015 | deGrom faces Nats in final NLDS tuneup

The race for National League home-field advantage is over. The Mets and Dodgers will open the NL Division Series on Friday in Los Angeles, thanks in large part to the Mets' five-game skid. New York will look to reach its preseason goal of 90 wins when it closes out the regular season Sunday against the Nationals at Citi Field.

10/3/2015 | Harper's HR hurts Mets' NLDS home-field bid

On a cold, soggy Saturday in Flushing, home-field advantage continued its slow slide away from the Mets. Bryce Harper's two-run, upper-deck homer off Addison Reed snapped an eighth-inning tie at Citi Field, where the Nationals scored a 3-1 victory over the Mets in Game 1 of a day-night doubleheader.

10/3/2015 | Williams only focused on final games of season

Despite the reports that he is going to be dismissed as manager of the Nationals, Matt Williams said nobody in the front office has talked to him about his status with the club. He said he is focusing on the final three games of the season against the Mets.

10/2/2015 | Nats-Mets postponed; twin bill today

Friday night's game between the Nationals and Mets at Citi Field was postponed because of rain. The two teams will play a day-night doubleheader on Saturday, with the first game starting at 1:10 p.m. ET and the nightcap starting at 7:10 p.m.

10/2/2015 | Source: Nats dismiss two in front office

The Nationals have begun making changes in their front office, according to a baseball source. The team has dismissed Bill Singer, who was the director of international scouting and a special assistant to general manager Mike Rizzo, and advanced scout Bob Johnson. The Nationals did not confirm the report.

10/1/2015 | Rivero gets final 6 to record first career save

Now that Jonathan Papelbon is suspended for the rest of the 2015 season for his altercation with outfielder Bryce Harper in the dugout Sunday, the Nationals had to find another pitcher to close out games.

10/1/2015 | Strasburg ends season on vintage hot streak

Nationals right-hander Stephen Strasburg ended his season on a great note, pitching six shutout innings in a 3-0 victory over the Braves on Thursday night.

10/1/2015 | Strasburg outduels Weber; Nats blank Braves

Clint Robinson's solo home run provided Stephen Strasburg all the support he needed as he helped the Nationals snap the Braves' five-game home winning streak with a 3-0 win on Thursday night at Turner Field.

10/1/2015 | Escobar likely set for position change in '16

Recently, Nationals manager Matt Williams said Anthony Rendon's future is at third base. If that's the case, where does Yunel Escobar play in the future? Williams didn't have an answer to that question.

10/1/2015 | Syndergaard, Mets face Nats, set sights on home-field

After getting swept by the Phillies, the Mets look to break their three-game losing streak as they face the Nationals at Citi Field starting Friday night.