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1 hr ago | Federal Baseball
With the trade deadline less than 36 hours away, should the Nats be pursuing a reliever? Should they be after someone who can improve the bench? How about someone who can bolster the starting situation at 2b or 3b? According to two baseball sources, Ryan Zimmerman has a Grade 3 hamstring strain which means Zimmerman could be out a while.
4 hrs ago | Teddy Never Wins
Jul 28, 2014; Miami, FL, USA; Washington Nationals second baseman Danny Espinosa connects for a two run RBI single during the sixth inning against the Miami Marlins at Marlins Ballpark.
5 hrs ago | Northern Virginia Daily
Major League Baseball's non-waiver trade deadline is fast approaching -- Thursday is the last day to swing a deal without having to pass players through revocable waivers -- and both the Washington Nationals and Baltimore Orioles are right in the thick of the races and leading the respective divisions.
Are the Miami Marlins ready and able to make a statement that they will be a factor in the playoff race? With the trade deadline looming Thursday, that is what this three-game series against the first-place Nationals is about, a chance to show that right now matters.
Coming off the most successful weeklong trip in team history, Mike Hill said the Marlins are not planning on being sellers at Thursday's trade deadline.
As Washington Nationals Manager Matt Williams walked toward the mound, Rafael Soriano huddled with his teammates.
In the five games since Ryan Zimmerman strained his hamstring and Anthony Rendon shifted back to third base, Nationals Manager Matt Williams has used the following order of players to start at second base: Danny Espinosa, Zach Walters, Kevin Frandsen, Espinosa again and Espinosa yet again.
Boston Globe writer Nick Cafardo mentioned this weekend that scouts think the Detroit Tigers might consider dealing injured shortstop Jose Iglesias.
Thursday's non-waiver trade deadline now stands only three days away, and the Nationals are, as ever, somewhat hard to read.
Mat Latos wins the prestigious honor today due to the lack of other viable options.
As the Reds began the season's second half with seven straight losses, they searched for the perfect combination of pitching, offense and defense.
Nearly four full months into the season, the pitcher who fought for the final spot in the Washington Nationals' rotation in spring training stands ahead of them all.
The non-waiver trade deadline is almost here, and as we get closer and closer to July 31st, more and more teams are starting to get interested in Diamondbacks players that are on the market.
I propose we offer Luis Valbuena and another player from the minor leagues to the Washington Nationals for Ross Detwiler .
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 09:31 am
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