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  • Scherzer loses perfect game bid on bloop hit in 7th vs Brews

    Washington Nationals ace Max Scherzer has lost his bid for a perfect game on a bloop single in the seventh inning by Milwaukee's Carlos Gomez. Gomez led off the seventh Sunday with a soft fly to shallow right field that fell just beyond the reach of...
  • Scherzer throws 1-hitter and fans 16, Nationals beat Brewers

    The way Max Scherzer was pitching, the Milwaukee Brewers were going to need a bit of luck to even manage getting anyone on base. They got it — barely. Scherzer struck out a Nationals-record 16 and threw a one-hitter, losing his perfect-game bid on...
  • Nationals get bats cranking

    Nationals get bats cranking
    MILWAUKEE (AP) — Bryce Harper says taking a 95 mph fastball off his right knee was no fun. Everything else about the Washington Nationals' performance Saturday gave him a reason to smile. Yunel Escobar and Wilson Ramos hit two-run homers and...
  • Yankees top Scherzer, Nats for 7th win in row

    Yankees top Scherzer, Nats for 7th win in row
    NEW YORK (AP) — Masahiro Tanaka outpitched Max Scherzer, Stephen Drew hit two solo home runs and the New York Yankees beat the Washington Nationals 6-1 Tuesday night for their seventh straight victory. A two-out throwing error by shortstop Ian...
  • Nationals lose again 6-3, but slide isn't worrying team

    Nationals lose again 6-3, but slide isn't worrying team
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Washington Nationals manager Matt Williams says he isn't panicking. After the Cubs handed his Nationals a 6-3 defeat on Sunday - Washington's eighth loss in 10 games - Williams ruminated on the peaks and valleys of a baseball...
  • Bob Brookover: Nationals, Mets rebuilt through draft; can Phillies do same?

    If you've ever wondered why the Nationals have blown past the Phillies to become the best team in the National League East, you need look no further than the draft. It is proof that tanking can work even in a sport with as many moving parts as baseball....
  • Major League Update: Estrada shuts down Washington Nationals

    The following are updates on area Major League Baseball players. Marco Estrada (Glendale Community College, 2003) Toronto Blue Jays pitcher: Estrada might have turned things around following his most recent appearance Tuesday against the Washington...
  • Nationals' Max Scherzer has Cubs number — 13 strikeouts in 3-0 victory

    Nationals' Max Scherzer has Cubs number — 13 strikeouts in 3-0 victory
    Despite losing two of three to the formidable Nationals, manager Joe Maddon and Jon Lester stressed their optimism over the Cubs' competitiveness. "The takeaway is we can play with these guys," Maddon said after Max Scherzer struck out 13 Wednesday...
  • Zack Greinke's start not good enough in Dodgers' loss to Braves, 3-2

    Zack Greinke's start not good enough in Dodgers' loss to Braves, 3-2
    How overlooked has Zack Greinke been? Consider the scene in the first inning of the Dodgers' 3-2 loss to the Braves on Wednesday. Juan Uribe stepped into the batter's box and received a standing ovation from the Dodger Stadium fans. He doffed his...
  • Cubs shake up lineup vs. Nationals, Max Scherzer

    Cubs shake up lineup vs. Nationals, Max Scherzer
    The Chicago Cubs have radically adjusted their lineup Wednesday night in an effort to solve Washington Nationals ace Max Scherzer. Chris Coghlan, who normally bats seventh, will move up to the leadoff spot. Leadoff batter Dexter Fowler will bat...
  • All-Star Game berth likely for Cubs phenom Kris Bryant

    All-Star Game berth likely for Cubs phenom Kris Bryant
    For many of us who survived the 1970s, our first experience with hanging chads came while voting on those rectangular ballots for baseball’s All-Star game. Punching holes for your favorite players with a No. 2 pencil never went smoothly, and...