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Stephen Strasburg knows exactly what he did for the 2010 Washington Nationals.
Stan Kasten is leaving the Washington Nationals after 4½ years as the team's president, announcing Thursday that he will resign at the end of the season.
Stan Kasten is leaving the Washington Nationals after 4 1/2 years as team president, announcing Thursday that he will resign at the end of the season.
Michael Morse homered, doubled and drove in three runs, Roger Bernadina and Danny Espinosa hit two-run homers and Ross Detwiler earned his first win in nearly a year as the Washington Nationals beat the Houston Astros 7-2 Thursday.
Agreeing to a $9.9 million, five-year deal with No. 1 draft choice Bryce Harper seconds before the deadline was such a big deal, Washington Nationals president Stan Kasten marked the occasion by smacking general manager Mike Rizzo in the face with a whipped-cream pie.
The Washington Nationals and No. 1 overall draft pick Bryce Harper were heading toward a deadline to get a deal done Monday.
Jim Bowden stood behind the bullpen mounds at the Washington Nationals' training facility this sprin
Jim Bowden stood behind the bullpen mounds at the Washington Nationals' training facility this spring and looked across a row of talented young pitchers warming up over the course of an hour.
When general manager Jim Bowden strutted Thursday over the signing of pitching prospect Jack McGeary — it was worth strutting over, too, a real coup for the Washington Nationals — he was in such a good mood that he predicted manager Manny Acta would be named National League Manager of the Year.
It's one thing to talk a good game. It's quite another to back words up with action.