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  • Preview: Nationals at Rockies

    The Washington Nationals look to keep alive several streaks when they take on the host Colorado Rockies on Tuesday in the middle contest of their three-game series. Washington's 7-2 rout in the opener gave the club three straight wins, three victories in a row on the road and four triumphs in as many meetings with Colorado this season. Meanwhile, the Rockies have dropped six straight overall and three in a row at home to continue their month-long free-fall.
  • Nationals 7, Rockies 2

    Nationals 7, Rockies 2: Ian Desmond highlighted a 5-for-5 effort with a two-run homer to lead Washington to a win in the opener of its three-game series at Colorado. Danny Espinosa tripled, doubled and drove in two runs while Wilson Ramos recorded two...

    Recap: Nationals 5, Brewers 4

    SportsDirect Inc. Recap: Nationals 5, Brewers 4 Nationals 5, Brewers 4: Anthony Rendon scored from first base on Jayson Werth's walk-off double after Rickie Weeks' RBI single tied the game in the top half of the ninth and Washington edged visiting...

    Stammen, Werth help Nationals edge Brewers

    Stammen, Werth help Nationals edge Brewers WASHINGTON -- Washington reliever Craig Stammen, who retired all eight batters he faced, was just two outs from recording his first win in nearly a year. But he watched bullpen mate Rafael Soriano give up a...

    Nationals capitalize on miscues, knock Brewers out of first place

    WASHINGTON Be it a strong opponent or weak one, manager Ron Roenicke made one thing clear late Sunday afternoon. The Milwaukee Brewers must start playing better, smarter baseball. "We need to quit making so many mistakes," Roenicke said. "We're not...