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Stephen Strasburg pitched a career-high eight innings against his hometown Padres, and Bryce Harper and Adam LaRoche homered to lead the Washington Nationals to a 6-2 victory against San Diego on Thursday night.
Feeling some slight tightness in his strained right hamstring, Washington Nationals right fielder Jayson Werth traveled to New York on Thursday to visit with the team's specialist, Dr.
The Washington Nationals placed catcher Wilson Ramos on the disabled list Thursday afternoon with a left hamstring strain and recalled Jhonatan Solano from Triple-A Syracuse.
Good pitching helped the Dodger edge out the Washington Nationals when they took two of three at Dodger Stadium.
The Washington Nationals shut down their ace last year, perhaps costing themselves a World Series championship, but we're supposed to accept it.
Detwiler has back problems, Ramos rakes then apparently steps on a rake, and the injured lineup keeps rallying but can't get the runs across.
Yesterday was quite eventful for Nationals injuries. Bryce Harper made his first game appearance since suffering his and Jayson Werth played in his first minor league rehab game, but Ross Detwiler and Wilson Ramos were afflicted by wounds of their own.
Zack Greinke was everything the Los Angeles Dodgers hoped for Wednesday, and their offense was just potent enough to make him a winner in his first start in a month.
The downward spiral that is Stephen Strasburg takes center stage Thursday, as he looks to put a halt on his current winless streak when the Washington Nationals open a three-game series with the San Diego Padres.
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The Los Angeles Dodgers announced on Tuesday that the club will be returning ace starting pitcher, Zach Grienke, to the team's roster to face the Washington Nationals tonight, May 15, 2013.
The Dodgers will activate Zack Greinke from the disabled list, and the right-hander will start Wednesday night against the Washington Nationals less than five weeks after he had a metal plate inserted in his fractured left clavicle.
Less than 24 hours earlier, the 20-year-old Washington Nationals slugger ran headfirst into the right-field wall while chasing a fly ball.
Things don't always work out this well for Chicago Cubs left fielder Alfonso Soriano in the field, but here he makes a diving stop of a hit by Washington Nationals second baseman Danny Espinosa.Credit: Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports They may like him as a person, but the owners of the Chicago Cubs wish that they never met Alfonso Soriano .
Collin McHugh has been summoned from AAA Las Vegas to St. Louis. Whether McHugh is activated is contingent upon whether Scott Atchison is placed on the disabled list.