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Nationals Watch Archive: June 2013
With a 5-4 comeback victory over the Twins on Sunday night, the Nationals swept the doubleheader from the Twins and moved back to a .500 record. Published June 10 2013
Needing to shrink their roster back down to 25 after Sunday's doubleheader allowed them an extra player for the day, the Washington Nationals chose to try to get one of their younger players back on track and optioned Tyler Moore to Triple-A Syracuse. Published June 9 2013
After missing the first game of Sunday's doubleheader with a sore right foot, Washington Nationals center field was back in the lineup for the nightcap. Published June 9 2013
Ross Detwiler threw 3 2/3 innings in a rehab start with Single-A Potomac on Saturday evening, allowing one run on seven hits with four strikeouts against the Baltimore Orioles' Single-A affiliate. And as long as the Nationals' left-hander continues to experience no tightness or discomfort in his previously strained right oblique muscle, he will be on track to return to the Nationals rotation later this week. Published June 9 2013
Taking advantage of the rule that allows a team to add a 26th player to the roster for doubleheaders, the Washington Nationals called up first baseman Chris Marrero from Triple-A Syracuse on Sunday. Published June 9 2013
General manager Mike Rizzo said on Sunday morning that there is "no worry" about Bryce Harper having any structural issues with his left knee and, the visit was strictly "protocol." Published June 9 2013
Denard Span's right foot was still sore on Sunday after he fouled a ball off it late in Saturday's loss to the Twins. X-rays were negative, though, so Span is hoping that with treatment he can get the swelling and inflammation to subside quickly. Davey Johnson told him he'd like to play him in Sunday's nightcap. Published June 9 2013
The Nats believe they’re better than this and that they’ll eventually break out of this slump. That won’t happen, though, until players collectively start putting better swings on the ball. It’s a combination of swing mechanics, pitch selection and capitalizing on mistakes by the pitcher. Published June 8 2013
Bryce Harper's ailing left knee is improving two days before he is scheduled to visit Dr. James Andrews, but manager Davey Johnson believes Harper will not come off the disabled list Tuesday when he is eligible. Published June 8 2013
Nationals second baseman Danny Espinosa could resume baseball activities soon if his fractured right wrist feels symptom free following the cortisone injection he received Thursday, manager Davey Johnson said Saturday. Published June 8 2013
Stephen Strasburg (right lat muscle strain) symptom-free during bullpen session Saturday, targets June 16 return
Nationals right-hander Stephen Strasburg remains on course to come off the disabled list June 16 after experiencing no symptoms of his Grade 1 right lat muscle strain during a bullpen session Saturday. Published June 8 2013
Roger Bernadina will bat seventh and play left field against right-hander Kevin Correia Published June 8 2013
Less than 24 hours after the Washington Nationals selected right-hander Jake Johansen with the 68th overall pick in the 2013 draft, they had their newest acquisition under contract. Published June 7 2013
The Nationals added another left-handed reliever to their 40-man roster on Friday, claiming Tyler Robertson off waivers from the Minnesota Twins. Robertson was then optioned to Triple-A Syracuse. Published June 7 2013
After watching their series finale with the Mets get washed away by rain just after 8 p.m. on Thursday night, the Washington Nationals took no chances with a daunting forecast on Friday and postponed their game against the Minnesota Twins. Published June 7 2013
Almost five hours after the 2013 Major League Baseball draft began on Thursday night, the Washington Nationals tabbed right-handed pitcher Jake Johansen with their first selection at No. 68 overall. Published June 6 2013
Stephen Strasburg will throw a simulated game on Tuesday, June 11, in Colorado, Nationals manager Davey Johnson said Thursday night. And the hope is that the Nationals' prized right-hander will be ready to come off the disabled list shortly after he's eligible on June 16. Published June 6 2013
The Washington Nationals' finale with the New York Mets was postponed due to rain on Thursday and a makeup date was not immediately announced. Published June 6 2013
With the swelling and inflammation in his left knee not improving, the Washington Nationals will send outfielder Bryce Harper to visit with Dr. James Andrews on Monday and get a second opinion from the renowned orthopedist. Published June 6 2013
The Washington Nationals made the procedural move of placing Stephen Strasburg on the disabled list and calling up left-handed reliever Xavier Cedeno to take his spot on the 25-man roster on Thursday afternoon. Published June 6 2013
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- EDITORIAL: More Lerner smoking-gun emails at IRS
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