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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 dropped an 8-2 decision to the Cincinnati Reds this afternoon and all three games of their weekend series in Great American Ball Park, falling to 28-22 on the year after today's loss.

The Washington Nationals took a 5-4 lead into the eighth inning, but the Cincinnati Reds rallied against Nats' right-hander Casey Janssen in what ended up an 8-5 win. Two straight for the Reds in Great American Ball Park. One... more

Nats' starter Stephen Strasburg left after just one inning-plus on the mound tonight in Great American Ball Park with an apparent injury and the Washington Nationals lost the series opener with the Cincinnati Reds, 5-2 final in Ohio.

Washington Nationals' right-hander Max Scherzer struck out 13 batters, Bryce Harper homered again and the Nats beat the Chicago Cubs 3-0 to take two out of three in Wrigley Field and improve to 28-19 on the year.

The Washington Nationals and Chicago Cubs were tied up at 2-2 after eight in Wrigley Field tonight, but some bad decisions late cost the Nats and Addison Russell hit a walk-off double in the ninth to win it. 3-2 Cubbies final.

Denard Span homered in the first at bat of the game and Wilson Ramos hit another one out in the sixth as the Washington Nationals took the series opener from the Chicago Cubs in Wrigley Field. Tanner Roark was solid in a spot... more

Washington Nationals' left-hander Gio Gonzalez gave up just one run in 6+ innings of work on the mound in Nationals Park as the Nats beat the Philadelphia Phillies, 4-1, to take two of three in the weekend set in the nation's capital.... more

Cole Hamels did his thing for the Philadelphia Phillies today and unfortunately, Stephen Strasburg did his recent thing for the Washington Nationals in an 8-1 loss in Nationals Park that snapped the Nats' six-game win streak.

Washington Nationals' starter Max Scherzer allowed just one run over eight innings on the mound in Nationals Park and scored the winning run in the Nats' 2-1 win over the Philadelphia Phillies. Oh, and Bryce Harper homered again,... more

The Washington Nationals and New York Yankees were tied at 6-6 after nine, but Ryan Zimmerman's walk-off home run in the 10th lifted the Nats to an 8-6 win. Mr. Walk-Off did it again! Unreal.