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74-48, 1st in NL East
Gonzalez leads Nats past Padres (1:16)

Gonzalez, Nationals beat rookie Lamet, Padres 4-1

Gio Gonzalez allowed only five singles and struck out eight as he almost got through the seventh inning to lead the Washington Nationals to a 4-1 victory against the San Diego Padres on Sunday.

Padres fan makes incredible catch (0:19)
Lind's RBI double extends Nationals lead (0:26)
Murphy's single gives Nats lead in fifth (0:30)
Strasburg throws filthy stuff in return (0:24)

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The Nationals' Stephen Strasburg, who was on the disabled list with nerve impingement in his elbow, is scheduled to make his first appearance since July 23 on Saturday. He is 2-0 with a 2.77 ERA in two starts at Petco Park.


Grace replaces Scherzer, Nationals beat Padres 7-1

Matt Grace pitched 4 1/3 scoreless innings in place of injured Max Scherzer and Howie Kendrick hit a leadoff homer and drove in two runs to help the Washington Nationals beat the San Diego Padres 7-1 on Friday night.

Nationals have luxury to DL Scherzer (0:47)
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Nats' Scherzer on 10-day DL with neck issue

Nationals ace Max Scherzer was a late scratch on Friday and was placed on the 10-day DL with neck inflammation. Scherzer has been battling neck issues all this month, already having missed one start and set to miss at least one more.

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Nats reinstate Shawn Kelley

Washington reinstated the right-hander from the 10-day disabled list on Thursday after missing 51 games with a right trapezius strain, the team announced. RHP Ryan Madson was placed on the 10-day DL, retroactive to Aug. 14, with a right finger sprain.

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Texas loves the long ball

Aaron Judge may have smacked a 457-foot moon shot, but two of the five longest home runs hit on Wednesday came off the bat of Carlos Beltran and Adrian Beltre, who both play for Texas teams.

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Year of the long ball

MLB fans have been treated to a season full of hitters showing off their power at the plate. The influx of home runs has put the Astros, Nationals and a few other teams on pace to shatter their respective franchise records for HRs hit in a single season.


Valbuena, Calhoun homer to lift Angels past Nationals 3-2

Luis Valbuena and Kole Calhoun homered, Ricky Nolasco bounced back from a rocky first inning before exiting with an injury and the Los Angeles Angels defeated the Washington Nationals 3-2 on Wednesday to split their two-game series.

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Power Rankings: Nats inch closer to Dodgers

Losing Bryce Harper is sure to be a setback for Washington, but perhaps Michael Taylor's impending return could serve to soften the blow.


BBTN: Red Sox Youngsters Carry Day, Harper Injury, More

Keith Law talks to Jerry Crasnick and Eric Karabell about Bryce Harper's injury and its consequences, Boston's young stars, Houston's acquisition of Tyler Clippard and more. Plus, Todd Radom unveils the 7th best logo in MLB history and provides the latest installment of uniform trivia.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.2723rd
On Base Percentage.3373rd
Slugging Percentage.4652nd
Earned Run Average3.946th
Quality Starts781st

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