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Nationals left-hander John Lannan allowed no earned runs over 5  1/3 innings in Wednesday's 2-1 win.

    Lannan turns the tables on Phillies

    To be sure, there are games that Washington Nationals left-hander John Lannan has pitched better. There are games he's been more dominant, more in command, and certainly more comfortable with the temperature - which was 90 degrees at game time Wednesday.


  • Florida Marlins' Omar Infante, center, scores the winning run on a double by teammate Greg Dobbs as Washington Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos, right, and Florida Marlins' Chris Coghlan (8) look on during the 11th inning of a baseball game, Friday, May 13, 2011, in Washington. The Marlins won 6-5. (AP Photo/Luis M. Alvarez)

    Despite extra-innings loss to Marlins, Nats are encouraged by their play

    The Washington Nationals did so many things right Friday night — Roger Bernadina's highlight-reel, game-saving catch, the timely home run and RBI-hits, the near-perfect relay throw they executed in the 11th inning — that it was almost difficult to believe they were the ones leaving Nationals Park with their second straight loss.


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Left fielder Laynce Nix has proved to be a source of power for the Nationals. Nix's three-run homer Tuesday, his fourth of the season, was instrumental in a 7-6 win over the Atlanta Braves.

    Nix, Bernadina fitting nicely in Nationals' lineup

    When the Washington Nationals broke camp from spring training six weeks ago, they did so with the assumption that they'd be running out a lineup with Rick Ankiel in center field and the theoretical Grapefruit League MVP Michael Morse in left.


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Washington catcher Ivan Rodriguez questions home plate umpire Lance Barksdale after being called out on strikes during the second inning of their 8-0 loss to the Florida Marlins.

    Nationals' bats go on strike in 8-0 loss

    One by one, the Nationals were sent back to their dugout shaking their heads.


  • Washington Nationals outfielder Laynce Nix has been reunited with his platoon partner from last season when he was with the Cincinnati Reds, Jonny Gomes  (Associated Press)

    Nix coming through in a pinch for Nats

    The Nationals entered Monday night's game with four players hitting .300 or above.


  • St. Louis' Ryan Theriot is out at second as Washington shortstop Ian Desmond turns a double play during the eighth inning of the first game of their doubleheader.

    Nationals start fast, hang on to beat Cards

    If the Nationals' doubleheader sweep of the Milwaukee Brewers on Sunday was the coming out party for their offense — a facet of their game that had been dormant for much of the first 15 games — then their victory in the first game of a doubleheader with the St. Louis Cardinals on Wednesday was more proof that their formula for winning likely won't include the longball.


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    Bench picks up slack as depleted Nats take Mets series

    The Nationals lost their third baseman before the game, with Ryan Zimmerman out of the lineup due to an abdominal strain, and they needed to replace their first baseman when Adam LaRoche pulled up at second base with a tweaked left groin.


  • ASSOCIATED PRESS New York Mets' shortstop Jose Reyes, right, tags out Washington Nationals' Alberto Gonzalez in a rundown between second and third base in the third inning of the final baseball game of the season Sunday, Oct. 3, 2010, in New York.

    Nats trade Gonzalez, finalize Opening Day roster

    The Nationals finalized their Opening Day roster on Monday, sending four players to the minor leagues and trading another to get down to the 25-man maximum one day before their spring training finale.


  • Nationals, Nix agree to minor-league deal

    Outfielder Laynce Nix and the Washington Nationals have agreed to terms on a minor league contract that includes an invitation to spring training.


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