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Nats Nightly = District Sports Page + Federal Baseball talking about the Washington Nationals after every Nats' game.

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The Washington Nationals were rumored to be in the process of signing Bud Black as their new manager, but over the weekend things went awry with the negotiations and this morning the Nats ended up naming Dusty Baker as the... more

Earlier this afternoon the Washington Nationals announced that they made the decision to fire manager Matt Williams and dismiss all of the Nats' coaches, though GM Mike Rizzo, when he spoke to reporters, said some of the coaches... more

The Washington Nationals took two of three from the NL East division winners from New York, but couldn't complete the sweep of the season-ending series in Citi Field, dropping a 1-0 decision in Game 162 of 162 to finish at... more

Washington Nationals' starter Max Scherzer struck out 17 of the 28 New York Mets' hitters he faced, working around an error that was the only thing that kept him from a perfect game in Citi Field. Scherzer settled for his second no-hitter... more

Stephen Strasburg threw six scoreless frames for the Washington Nationals, working with a 1-0 lead over the Atlanta Braves and the Nats added two runs late, setting left-handed reliever Felipe Rivero up for a two-inning outing out of the... more

The Washington Nationals dropped the series opener with the Atlanta Braves 2-1 tonight in Turner Field, but if you're they type that's into silver linings, Trea Turner did hit his first major league home run tonight, taking Braves' righty Matt... more

Max Scherzer did everyone in Washington, D.C. a favor with his bid for his second no-hitter of the season this afternoon, momentarily distracting us all from the dugout drama after the Bryce Harper vs Jonathan Papelbon brawl.... more

The Washington Nationals dropped a 12-5 decision to the Philadelphia Phillies, but all anyone will be talking about after today's game is the dugout brawl between Bryce Harper and Jonathan Papelbon that took place in the eighth... more

Washington Nationals' right-hander Stephen Strasburg struck out 13 batters in eight innings of work, but gave up a run before he was done as the Philadelphia Phillies tied it up and it went to extras before Bryce Harper hit a walk-off double... more

Nothing went as planned for the Washington Nationals or Jordan Zimmermann in what might end up being the right-hander's last start in front of the Nationals Park crowd in a Nationals uniform. The Nats dropped their fourth straight overall in... more