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  • Scouting the Phillies' opponents in the National League East

    Scouting the Phillies' opponents in the National League East
    WASHINGTON NATIONALS They were already the best team in the NL East, but going out and signing Max Scherzer makes them almost untouchable until at least October. Scherzer will join baseball's best rotation, which posted an MLB-low 3.04 ERA in 2014 and...
  • Washington Nationals leading the hunt for NL East championship

    Washington Nationals leading the hunt for NL East championship
    EAST DIVISION Washington Nationals 2014: 96-66, first place. Last year in playoffs: 2014. The Nationals had the best record in the NL last year and won the division for the second time in three years, but they still have not won a postseason...
  • Rodriguez booed, whiffs 3 times as Yankes edge Nats

    Rodriguez booed, whiffs 3 times as Yankes edge Nats
    WASHINGTON (AP) — The first sign of rancor came when the New York Yankees' lineup was introduced, and a photo of Alex Rodriguez appeared on the video board beyond center field at Nationals Park. More full-throated jeers arrived in the top of the...
  • Part 4: Adam Jones on the 'bidding war' for Cubans, pace of play and his goals for 2015

    Part 4: Adam Jones on the 'bidding war' for Cubans, pace of play and his goals for 2015
    Orioles center fielder Adam Jones doesn't mind getting your attention, whether it's with a flashy play in center field, a long home run or a controversial opinion on Twitter. He knows baseball stardom has put him in a unique position to help kids, but...
  • Nats armed for run at ring

    Nats armed for run at ring
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Bryce Harper's reaction to the news that the Washington Nationals added Max Scherzer to an already-talented starting staff drew quite a lot of attention. "I just started laughing," Harper famously said. "I was like, `Where's my...
  • Marlins confident they can challenge Nationals

    Marlins confident they can challenge Nationals
    The Miami Marlins departed their spring training base confident they have the arms and the aptitude to vie for the National League East crown that virtually everyone else is conceding to the Washington Nationals. The 8-0 rout of Jordan Zimmermann and...
  • AL Central rivals on their heels, but Tigers still have swagger

    AL Central rivals on their heels, but Tigers still have swagger
    LAKELAND, Fla. — Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera was playing pingpong against a teammate in the cramped home clubhouse at Joker Marchant Stadium on Saturday when he hit a ball so hard it bounced off the table and sailed across the room....
  • Cubs' trade sets up Samardzija for future

    Cubs' trade sets up Samardzija for future
    MESA, Ariz. – The Cubs’ parting gift to Jeff Samardzija might have long-term benefits for him. Like Jon Lester, Samardzija got a taste of what playing for another organization was like as he was traded last July 5 to the Athletics and...
  • O's, Nats getting area warmed up

    O's, Nats getting area warmed up
    A little of this and a little of that: After such a miserable winter, we're due for a nice spring in this region. And nothing could be finer than a spring warmed by a couple of contending baseball teams. This region is blessed with a pair of...
  • Injury-prone Dodgers pitcher Brett Anderson hopes to be effective

    Injury-prone Dodgers pitcher Brett Anderson hopes to be effective
    Ask Dodgers pitcher Brett Anderson to recite a list of his injuries over the last four years and it sounds as if he's reading from an anatomy textbook. "Right foot, left finger," he begins. "Back, elbow." There are few major body parts that have...
  • Nationals reliever Storen leaves with blister in loss to Cards

    Nationals reliever Storen leaves with blister in loss to Cards
    JUPITER, Fla. (AP) — Washington Nationals closer Drew Storen exited early because of a blister on his right big toe Monday in a 6-2 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals. Storen issued a two-out walk to Kolten Wong, then left the mound in the sixth...