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Amanda Comak covers the Washington Nationals for The Washington Times.
In this day and age, maybe it figures that a good ol' fashioned baseball brawl would take place in the Twitterverse instead of on the diamond.
After losing his 2012 season to a knee injury and dealing with two hamstring strains this season, Wilson Ramos is working to ensure that his legs can stay strong throughout the remainder of the season.
The throwing mechanics of third baseman Ryan Zimmerman have been one of the Nationals' most oft-discussed and debated topics this season. Manager Davey Johnson said Tuesday it has taken longer than he expected for Zimmerman's strong throwing arm to return from surgery.
Washington Nationals manager Davey Johnson has seemingly exhausted the various possible lineup combinations he can form with his roster. He's moved guys around and subbed different guys in and out, but he's still trying desperately to find the combination that will make his underachieving offense click.
The Washington Nationals made a swap of relievers on Tuesday afternoon, calling right-hander Tanner Roark up from Triple-A Syracuse and sending left-hander Xavier Cedeno back.
The Braves winning streak reached 11 and the Nationals went 1-for-10 with runners in scoring position. They put the leadoff batter on in seven of nine innings and scored him only once. They scalded pitches from Mike Minor and David Carpenter, right into the gloves of waiting fielders.
After missing six games and spending three nights last week in the hospital with an irregular heartbeat, Washington Nationals pitching coach Steve McCatty returned to the team Monday night.
Jayson Werth was honored by Major League Baseball Monday afternoon as the National League Player of the Month for July. At about the exact same time, Werth was heading off the field at Nationals Park with a team trainer, scratched from the lineup with a sore groin.
Michael Weiner, the head of Major League Baseball's Players Union issued the following statement about the Biogenesis discipline handed down on Monday:
Moments after Major League Baseball formally announced all of the suspensions related to the Biogenesis case, and the news that Nationals left-hander Gio Gonzalez was officeally cleared of any wrongdoing, commissioner Bud Selig issued the following statement:
Major League Baseball doled out suspensions in the Biogenesis case Monday afternoon and, as expected, Washington Nationals left-hander Gio Gonzalez was not among those penalized. MLB’s months-long investigation into the Miami anti-aging clinic owned by Tony Bosch revealed that Gonzalez did not receive any banned substances from the clinic and they cleared him of any misdeeds.
The Atlanta Braves come to Washington Monday night riding a 10-game win streak and sitting on a 12.5 game lead in the National League East. At its core, it's a matchup the Nationals know is important.
Taylor Jordan said the Nationals have told him he's got about four more starts left before he is shut down for the season.
ayson Werth was in good spirits as he made himself comfortable inside the visitors' clubhouse at Miller Park Sunday morning. Saturday, Werth was pulled from the game in the sixth inning after tweaking his groin and manager Davey Johnson said he'd probably keep the right fielder out of the lineup on Sunday. Werth was in the lineup.
The Washington Nationals placed right-hander Ross Ohlendorf on the disabled list Sunday morning with inflammation in his right shoulder and recalled left-hander Xavier Cedeno from Triple-A Syracuse to give them a fresh and available arm in the bullpen.
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