The game between the San Diego Padres and Washington was suspended in the sixth inning Saturday night after police said there was a shooting outside Nationals Park.
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Washington Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo does not expect infielder Starlin Castro to return to the team this season after he was placed on administrative leave Friday following an accusation of domestic violence.
With coronavirus cases rising for athletes rising in the week leading up to the Olympics, the head of the Tokyo 2020 organizing committee didn't rule out the possibility of a last-minute cancellation of the Games.
Tom Brady was a part of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' visit to the White House on Tuesday -- ending a streak of the quarterback skipping out on the tradition of meeting with the president whenever his teams win a championship.
Juan Soto hoped the Home Run Derby could help him lift more baseballs in the second half of the season. The early indicators are good, with three homers in the first series back.
An alternate on the U.S. women's gymnastics team tested positive for COVID-19 Monday while training for the Tokyo Summer Games, raising fresh concerns about transmission four days before the Olympics begin.
When Martinez and the Nationals returned to the ballpark on Sunday, the manager said his and the team's goal was to get back to a sense of normalcy.
Alex Ovechkin was not among the players the Washington Capitals protected in the upcoming expansion draft, but his pending free agent status gave the franchise the wiggle room to do so.
During the last three Olympic cycles, the Team USA basketball team was practically untouchable. But now there's cause for the U.S. to look over its shoulder.
Last summer's decision by Washington's NFL franchise to abandon the "Redskins" brand was seen not only as a victory for those who had spent years protesting that specific name, but as a sign of broader change to come. Activists hoped that other American Indian-themed teams would follow suit. It hasn't happened.