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Latest Jim Riggleman Items
Nationals rookie right-hander Stephen Strasburg first sensed tightness in his pitching shoulder "a couple days ago," he said Wednesday, chalking it up to "kind of hitting the wall a little bit."
The Washington Nationals are leaning toward bringing back manager Jim Riggleman next season. They haven't made it official, though.
Adam Dunn hit a two-run homer off Edinson Volquez, who had a rough time in his second start since elbow surgery, and the Washington Nationals beat the Cincinnati Reds 7-1 on Thursday for a split of their four-game series.
Stephen Strasburg, Washington's hard-throwing rookie, contained the Cincinnati Reds' high-scoring lineup Wednesday night, and a slumping Nationals offense finally came around behind Cristian Guzman's homer, pulling away to an 8-5 victory.
Johnny Cueto pitched six innings around a rain delay and drove home two runs Monday night, leading the Cincinnati Reds to a 7-2 victory over the Washington Nationals in a matchup of teams that hadn't been able to score lately.
Alex Sanabia pitched into the sixth inning to earn his first major league win, and the Florida Marlins shut out Washington for the second game in a row, 1-0 on Sunday.
Travis Ishikawa drove in three runs, rookie Madison Bumgarner took a shutout into the seventh inning and the San Francisco Giants beat the Washington Nationals 6-2 on Sunday.
Jason Bay drove in four runs, Angel Pagan drove in two more and the New York Mets beat the Washington Nationals 9-5 on Sunday.
Three weeks after he was sent to the minors to make room for Stephen Strasburg, Craig Stammen wanted to show he belongs in the big leagues.