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  • Jered Weaver has solid outing in 5-4 loss to Nationals

    Jered Weaver has solid outing in 5-4 loss to Nationals
    AT THE PLATE: The Angels scored twice in the sixth to take a 2-1 lead when Mike Trout walked, Albert Pujols hit a run-scoring double and Erick Aybar hit a run-scoring single. David Freese ended an 0-for-14 skid when he doubled to left-center and later...
  • Angels fall to Washington Nationals, 5-4, as closer falters

    WASHINGTON — The Angels were three outs away from their first series sweep in the nation's capital since 1962, their first winning record in 386 days and a highly anticipated Amtrak train ride to New York City when closer Ernesto Frieri drove them...
  • Former Arundel standout Pleffner looks to advance in Nationals' system

    Former Arundel standout Pleffner looks to advance in Nationals' system
    Shawn Pleffner, 24, took a lead off second base at the minor-league complex of the Washington Nationals at Viera, Fla., on a 72-degree day. The former Arundel High School standout was among a group of four top minor-league prospects working on leads...
  • Jason Hammel continues to go about his business

     Jason Hammel continues to go about his business
    Jason Hammel insists he is oblivious to trade rumors that naturally accompany an impressive performer on a last-place team. Baseball, after all, is a bottom-line business. Yet Hammel continues to pitch like nobody's business. The towering right-hander...
  • Nationals sweep Cubs in doubleheader

    Nationals sweep Cubs in doubleheader
    Dallas Beeler, who made his major league debut in the first game of Saturday's split doubleheader at Wrigley Field, eventually may represent a significant part of the Cubs' future. In contrast, Jeff Samardzija, the starter in the second game, may become...
  • Game 1: Cubs' Beeler impressive in 3-0 loss to Nationals

    Game 1: Cubs' Beeler impressive in 3-0 loss to Nationals
    “Let’s play two” is more than a familiar refrain by Chicago Cubs Hall of Famer Ernie Banks. The Cubs and Nationals will play a doubleheader Saturday. It is the first scheduled doubleheader for the Cubs since July 4, 1983, against the...
  • Dodgers fail to keep it going against Stephen Strasburg, fall 3-2

    It started off like it would be a wild game, filled with the unexpected. Washington Nationals ace Stephen Strasburg and the Dodgers’ undefeated Dan Haren were all over the plate. Both pitchers gave up a pair of first-inning runs. Command was a...
  • It's a successful return for Zack Greinke in Dodgers' 3-1 victory

    It's a successful return for Zack Greinke in Dodgers' 3-1 victory
    Zack Greinke did his job, even a tad more. Then the rest of the Dodgers did just enough of theirs to emerge with a 3-1 victory over the Washington Nationals on Wednesday night before a Dodger Stadium crowd of 36,721. Greinke, making his first start...
  • Kevin Gausman gets banged around by Washington Nationals

    Kevin Gausman’s second start didn’t go as planned. The 22-year-old right-hander, who recalled from Double-A last week, was pulled after four innings, trailing 7-3 to the Washington Nationals. He gave up seven runs on eight hits,...
  • Nationals pound Gausman, but Showalter sticking with rookie right-hander

    Nationals pound Gausman, but Showalter sticking with rookie right-hander
    WASHINGTON -- After Kevin Gausman's indoctrination into the big leagues hit a thoroughly rough patch Tuesday night against the Washington Nationals, Orioles manager Buck Showalter was definitive in saying that the heralded right-hander will remain in...
  • Orioles reliever Troy Patton hoping repetition pays off with bullpen sessions

    Orioles reliever Troy Patton hoping repetition pays off with bullpen sessions
    Left-hander Troy Patton -- who has allowed runs in five of his last six relief outings -- has started throwing bullpen sessions, hoping that the patterned repetitions can help refine his mechanics. Relievers usually don't throw regular side sessions...