As the ball went screaming off Anthony Rendon’s bat and soared toward the bullpen in deep left-center field, anything seemed possible, from the Nationals’ standpoint, for the first time in a long
It's one thing to consistently lose to a good team.
The Nationals traveled to San Francisco this week looking to challenge the Giants and their best record in baseball, but so far through three games it's been Washington who has looked like the bet
When it comes to this juncture of the 2014 season, the Nationals sure have good timing.
Adam LaRoche's two-run homer proved to be the difference, aiding Doug Fister in his strong start and pushing Washington to a 4-2 win over Philadelphia to complete a series sweep.