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  • Wednesday: Marlins at Mets, 7:10 p.m.

    7:10 p.m., Citi Field, New York On the mound RHP Henderson Alvarez (10-6, 2.81) vs. RHP Dillon Gee (7-7, 3.30): Alvarez in eight career games started against the Mets is 4-2 with a 3.56 ERA, seven walks and 29 strikeouts in 48 innings. Five of Gee's...
  • Struggling Braves drop series opener at Nationals

    WASHINGTON For those pinning their Braves postseason hopes on the proposition of the team continuing to win most of its games against the Nationals, it might be time to reassess. If the Braves manage to win a wild-card berth, it no longer appears they...
  • Marlins blank Braves, take season series

    Marlins blank Braves, take season series MIAMI -- The Miami Marlins have been a different team all season long and Sunday was another positive indicator. The Marlins beat the Atlanta Braves 4-0 to win the season series against their National League...
  • Red-hot Nationals win 10th straight

    Red-hot Nationals win 10th straight WASHINGTON -- It has been just over 66 years since Babe Ruth died on Aug. 16, 1948, but a little bit of the Bambino will be on display in the near future courtesy of Matt Williams, the rookie manager for the...
  • Nationals complete sweep of Pirates in 11th inning

    Nationals complete sweep of Pirates in 11th inning WASHINGTON -- The Washington Nationals can't even lose if they try. They made two errors and some other gaffes Sunday as the Pittsburgh Pirates took 2-0 lead in the sixth inning with two unearned...
  • Phillies do just enough to slip past Nationals

    WASHINGTON Early in the season, the Phillies' challenge was finding an outfield that could collectively play at a respectable major-league level. Now the challenge is finding everybody at-bats. While Marlon Byrd has been solid in right field, center...
  • Sizemore's homer helps Phillies cap sweep of Nationals

    PHILADELPHIA Doug Fister, owner of the National League's third-best ERA before Wednesday, threw Grady Sizemore a two-strike curveball. The pitch was higher than Sizemore's long red socks, and the 32-year-old survivor of seven surgeries in five years...
  • Preview: Pirates at Nationals

    Adam LaRoche didn't perform well in his last visit to the postseason, but his recent performance – especially against his former team – suggests he wants to make amends. LaRoche and the Washington Nationals seek a season-high sixth straight...
  • Panik, Giants crush Nationals, 10-3

    WASHINGTON A dislocated left pinkie finger has led to bigger and better things for young Joe Panik. The rookie second baseman had four hits, including a three-run homer, to lead the Giants to a big 10-3 win over the Washington Nationals on Friday....
  • Nationals 6, Pirates 5 (11)

    (Updated: Will update Nationals standing) Nationals 6, Pirates 5 (11): Jayson Werth belted a lead-off double in the 11th inning and scored on Scott Hairston's sacrifice fly after Pittsburgh scored three times to go ahead in the ninth and host Washington...
  • Tigers throttled again, but Kyle Lobstein shows promise

    MINNEAPOLIS There's an expression for starting pitchers who look to exit the game as soon as they've gone the minimum five innings required for a victory: Five and fly. The circumstances of Detroit Tigers left-hander Kyle Lobstein's big-league debut...