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  • Friday: Marlins at Nationals (2), 1:05, 7:05 p.m.

    Miami at Nationals (2) 1:05, 7:05 p.m., Nationals Park, Washington On the mound Game 1: RHP Jarred Cosart (4-3. 2.29) vs. RHP Doug Fister (15-6, 2.55): Cosart is 0-2 in his past three starts, but with a 2.95 ERA. In his last outing, he held the...
  • Having Kershaw, Greinke no guarantee of postseason success

    Having Kershaw, Greinke no guarantee of postseason success
    The Dodgers have two dominant starting pitchers, Clayton Kershaw and Zack Greinke, heading into the playoffs, which has many Dodgers fans' hearts fluttering, since that tells them that they should win the World Series. But does it really? A check of...
  • Marlins slip past Dodgers, 5-4

    Marlins slip past Dodgers, 5-4
    KEY MOMENT: After watching the Dodgers rally to tie the score in the ninth inning, the Marlins came back in their half of the inning to win it on Jeff Baker's two-out double just over the glove of Yasiel Puig in the right-field corner. The inning...
  • Zack Greinke, Dodgers are left all wet in Washington

    Zack Greinke, Dodgers are left all wet in Washington
    Dodger catcher Drew Butera says teammate Zack Greinke is a student of the game. “I follow the statistics,” Greinke admitted. “But not to the extreme.” Yet even a cursory familiarity with the numbers was probably enough to...
  • Saturday night game: Nats beat Phils in 10

    By Jordan Hall, The Sports Xchange PHILADELPHIA - A marquee pitching matchup featuring Stephen Strasburg against Cole Hamels turned into a subplot on Saturday night at Citizens Bank Park. Instead, it was Ryan Zimmerman stealing the headlines. The...
  • Buy or sell? Deadline breakdown for every team

    Buy or sell? Deadline breakdown for every team
    As trade talks heat up ahead of baseball's July 31 non-waiver trade deadline, the biggest name available will be a left-handed starting pitcher — and another lefty ace could join him on the market. With the Tampa Bay Rays tied for last place in...
  • Washington Nationals All-Star pitcher Jordan Zimmermann leaves game early

    Washington Nationals All-Star pitcher Jordan Zimmermann leaves game early
    Washington Nationals right-hander Jordan Zimmerman abruptly left his start against the Philadelphia Phillies in the fourth inning Friday night because of a right biceps injury. Zimmerman (6-5), scheduled to participate in his second straight All-Star...
  • Reds beat Dodgers, 5-0; hand Hyun-Jin Ryu first road loss of season

    Reds beat Dodgers, 5-0; hand Hyun-Jin Ryu first road loss of season
    KEY MOMENT: The game was scoreless in the third inning, when Hyun-jin Ryu got the first two outs, then two strikes on Billy Hamilton. But Hamilton worked the count, which went from 0 and 2 to an eight-pitch walk. Ryu, one pitch from a 1-2-3 inning, then...
  • Dodgers lose a marathon, 8-5, to Nationals in 14 innings

    Dodgers lose a marathon, 8-5, to Nationals in 14 innings
    Baseball, such a stupid game. Such an impossible, wonderful, completely insane game. It was all that and still more on a surreal Wednesday afternoon at Dodger Stadium. It wasn’t one game, it was about seven. Had more twists than 10 Agatha Christie...
  • Harper's Homer In 13th Beats Mets

    Harper's Homer In 13th Beats Mets
    WASHINGTON -- The Washington Nationals are flying high as they head to Atlanta on Friday for a showdown with the Braves. And left fielder Bryce Harper will certainly be on the trip and not headed to the minor leagues, as rookie manager Matt Williams...
  • Byrd's homer helps Phillies edge Nationals

    Byrd's homer helps Phillies edge Nationals
    WASHINGTON -- Whether they are competing against each other or feeding off one another, Philadelphia Phillies outfielders have risen to the occasion in the first two games of a series against the Washington Nationals. Right fielder Marlon Byrd, who...