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The Washington Nationals held an introductory press conference for Yunesky Maya after signing the then-29-year-old right-hander as an international free agent back in 2010.
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The Washington Nationals hope that Dan Haren can get on track Friday evening when they try to secure a series victory over the rival Philadelphia Phillies in the second of three straight encounters.
Over the course of the Washington Nationals' 10-game trip to the west coast, offense was hard to come by.
Washington Nationals manager Davey Johnson said Friday that his second baseman has a small fracture in the right wrist and will rest a few days to see if it improves.
Washington Nationals second baseman Danny Espinosa has a broken bone in his right wrist and will rest a few days to see if it improves.
Video: The Post Sports Live crew debates whether the Nationals defensive struggles or the team's bullpen are of bigger concern.
Yesterday afternoon, Mark Hale of the New York Post, citing a Mets source, reported that Zack Wheeler will be promoted to the Mets after two or three more starts in AAA.
As of now we have 5 position players who have an on base percentage of under .250. Of these, only Lombardozzi is hitting above the Mendoza line.
This week, various reports have indicated that the Washington Nationals will leave their training complex in Viera, Florida as early as 2015.
A report today by CBSSports.com's Danny Knobler mentioned the possibility of current Los Angeles Dodgers' manager Don Mattingly potentially succeeding Davey Johnson if Mattingly were dismissed from his role on LA's bench, but that's really getting ahead of ourselves... Davey Johnson told reporters there was "unfinished business" he had to attend to ... (more)
For the first time in a couple of weeks, all manager Bruce Bochy had to do after a Giants defeat was tip his famously large cap.
Fans in the nation's capital are clamoring for the Washington Nationals to bring Anthony Rendon up to play second and solve the problems they've had at the position, at least offensively, this season, but the Nats' brass has given no hint that they're ready to make that move just yet.
Apparently manager Bruce Bochy was listening. Facing another tough Washington Nationals pitcher on Wednesday -- left-hander Gio Gonzalez -- Bochy opted to give recent minor-league call-up Brett Pill a start at first base in the series finale.
The Washington Nationals today recalled catcher Jhonatan Solano from Syracuse of the Triple-A International League and placed catcher Wilson Ramos on the 15-Day Disabled List with a left hamstring strain.