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Only at The Washington Times: Mark Zuckerman and Ben Goessling blog on the Washington Nationals.
Nats third baseman honored for his defensive work.
Within the next week, Washington could have a manager, Ryan Zimmerman could have a Gold Glove and the Nats will have money to begin spending on free agents.
Nats prospect earns honor after his five-inning, one-run start last Monday.
Stephen Strasburg, scheduled to start in Saturday's Arizona Fall League Rising Stars Game, was scratched because of a strained neck muscle.
29-year-old lefty reliever picked up from Diamondbacks
Dodgers hitting coach declines to be interviewed by Nats; Riggleman looking more likely to be retained.
Thoughts, analysis and observations in the wake of the Phillies' 8-6 Game 5 win over the Yankees.
Though the Yankees can finish it off, the Phillies are better positioned to win Game 5.
Stephen Strasburg allowed one run on four hits in five innings, striking out six in his fourth Arizona Fall League start today.
It's drizzling right now at Citizens Bank Park, and it's going to get worse right around first pitch.
Cliff Lee pitched a complete game in the Phillies' 6-1 win over the Yankees in Game 1 of the World Series on Wednesday night.
Wrapping up two days watching the Nats in the Arizona Fall League.
Stephen Strasburg is starting this afternoon for the Phoenix Desert Dogs, and I'm in attendance. Check back for updates after each inning.
Stephen Strasburg pitches tomorrow, but first an update on some of the Nats' other prospects playing out here.
The Nationals, believe it or not, will be getting a special award for their defensive skills on ESPN tonight. Ryan Zimmerman will also be honored.
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