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  • Nationals rally past Giants to cap 9-1 homestand

    Nationals rally past Giants to cap 9-1 homestand WASHINGTON -- It wasn't quite as cool as another walk-off win, but the Washington Nationals will gladly add another impressive victory to their second-half surge. Down 5-0 and 6-2, the Nationals didn'...
  • Burnett pitches Phils over Nats, 3-1

    WASHINGTON All of a sudden, the Philadelphia Phillies and Washington Nationals appear as if they have reversed roles. The Phillies are playing like a team gearing up for the postseason, while the Nationals, at least against the Phillies, haven't...
  • Phillies stage wild rally to beat Nationals, 9-8, in 11 innings

    WASHINGTON Maikel Franco saw plenty of firsts in his second start with the Phillies. The prized third base prospect got his first hit, and was part of his first wild comeback effort. Ben Revere's two-out solo home run in the ninth inning sent the game...
  • Nationals outlast Hamels, Phillies

    WASHINGTON Cole Hamels didn't have his no-hit stuff and his teammates couldn't provide enough offense to bail him out. The Phillies had been buoyed by a late-season surge, winning 12 of their previous 17 games, and were excited about possibly playing...
  • 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...
  • Braves lose 6-4, their fourth straight L at Nationals Park

    WASHINGTON The Braves scored one or no runs in six of their past nine games before Tuesday, and averaged fewer than 2 1/2 runs over their past 15 games. So with the Nationals leading 4-0 after the first inning and Jordan Zimmermann on the mound, things...
  • Clinging to faint wild-card hopes, Phils lose to Nats

    WASHINGTON As crazy as it may seem, there were more than a few murmurs in the Phillies clubhouse the last few days about making the almost impossible run for a second wild-card spot. That's why Sunday's 3-2 loss to the Washington Nationals at Nationals...
  • Pirates pitching leaves them behind, lose to Nationals

    WASHINGTON In the fourth inning, Charlie Morton watched while Jeanmar Gomez went to work on the Nationals Park mound. That never bodes well for a starter's performance, and Morton's outing Friday night led to an evening of playing from behind. The...
  • Nationals Park 'ideal setting' for Winter Classic

    The NHL confirmed that the 2015 Winter Classic featuring the Chicago Blackhawks and Washington Capitals will be held at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C. The site was long believed to be the location for the outdoor game to be held Jan. 1 and the...
  • Nationals defeat Phillies, 4-0, despite Hamels' solid outing

    WASHINGTON For the better part of three months, Cole Hamels has been one of the best pitchers in baseball. If the Phillies lefthander had more offensive support, he'd have a record to match his mound excellence. Hamels allowed just one unearned run in...
  • Lee leaves game with elbow strain as Phillies defeat Nationals

    WASHINGTON The fact that the Phillies didn't make a trade by the non-waiver trade deadline wasn't the worst news Thursday. Left-hander Cliff Lee, making his third start after being sidelined more than two months with a strained left elbow, was forced...