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Nationals deal Marquis to Diamondbacks

Instead of starting tonight's game for the Washington Nationals, Jason Marquis will pack his bags. A trade to send the right-hander to the Arizona Diamondbacks has been agreed upon. The deal was first reported by FOX Sports' John Morosi. Published July 30, 2011

NEEDS WORK: A member of the grounds crew rakes the field while Potomac Nationals players warm up at Pfitzner Stadium. Conditions of the field have caused multiple postponements and stirred up a war of words about how bad it really is. (Drew Angerer/The Washington Times)

Potomac Nationals' field causes 3-way spat

The rain has ended, but the flood of harsh words from the Washington Nationals, Potomac Nationals owner Art Silber and Prince William County hasn't stopped. Published July 20, 2011

Washington Nationals starting pitcher Jordan Zimmermann delivers against the Colorado Rockies during the fourth inning of a baseball game, Sunday, July 10, 2011, in Washington. (AP Photo/Nick Wass)

All-Star break arrives on a high note for Nats

The pitch left Jordan Zimmermann's teammates in stitches. And it showed how far the Washington Nationals' right-hander has come in the 22 months since Tommy John surgery rebuilt his right elbow. Published July 10, 2011

Former Georgetown basketball standout Austin Freeman faces seven traffic offenses, including driving under the influence of alcohol, from an incident less than 48 hours after he wasn't picked in the NBA draft, according to Hyattsville District Court records. (AP Photo/Henny Ray Abrams, File)

Ex-Hoya Austin Freeman faces array of driving offenses

Former Georgetown basketball standout Austin Freeman faces seven traffic offenses, including driving under the influence of alcohol, from an incident less than 48 hours after he wasn't picked in the NBA draft. Published July 6, 2011

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"Baseball is a game of repetition," Jonathan Johnston said. "I have the tools to play. I just don't have the tools and the time and the experience playing. That's how you refine yourself."

Navy grad's baseball dreams sail away

The question pounded through Jonathan Johnston's head as he sat in an office at the Papago Park Baseball Facility in Phoenix three weeks ago. Published July 3, 2011

Final Four run proves lucrative for VCU's Shaka Smart

Shaka Smart signed an eight-year contract worth $1.2 million annually with Virginia Commonwealth University on Monday, nearly three months after leading the school to the Final Four. Published June 28, 2011

Vlad Moldoveanu is a former American University basketball player. (American University Athletics)

To ex-American star Moldoveanu, job market is 30 NBA teams

Vlad Moldoveanu isn't so different than the legion of recent college graduates looking for work. He received a degree in international media with a minor in history from American University on May 7, plans to start a charity in his native Romania and preps for interviews with prospective employers. Published June 20, 2011

Washington Nationals' pitcher Livan Hernandez has links to drug kingpin Angel Ayala-Vazquez and his associates, court documents in Puerto Rico show. (Associated Press)

Records reveal Hernandez's drug-ring ties

Livan Hernandez, now the target of a federal money-laundering investigation, is suspected of being a "straw buyer" for the leader of Puerto Rico's most powerful drug trafficking organization, according to a high-ranking law enforcement source. Published June 12, 2011

FILE - In this May 12, 2011 file photo, Tiger Woods bends his knee after his second shot on the ninth hole before withdrawing in the first round of The Players Championship golf tournament in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. Injuries to his left knee and Achilles' are bad enough that Woods decided Tuesday, June 7, 2011, to skip the U.S. Open for the first time since 1994. The Masters is now the only major he has never missed as a pro. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara, File)

Tiger Woods will be fine, swing coach predicts

Sean Foley, the swing coach for Tiger Woods, believes his client will return to form after pulling out of the U.S. Open because of a lingering injury to his left knee. Published June 8, 2011