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Federal Baseball presents Nats Nightly, a podcast covering the Washington Nationals baseball team.

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Washington's Nationals improved to 67-46 with a 7-4 win over the Cleveland Indians this afternoon in the nation's capital. Gio Gonzalez battled in a less-than-stellar outing, but he received run support after giving up a couple... more

Trevor Bauer outdueled Max Scherzer, who flirted with a no-hitter again tonight, and the Cleveland Indians beat the Washington Nationals, 3-1 in the nation's capital. It was a tough way for things to go for Scherzer, who struck out 10 and... more

Tanner Roark held the San Francisco Giants off the board through seven innings and Wilson Ramos put the Washington Nationals ahead with a solo home run to right in the bottom of the inning. The one run held up when Nats'... more

In his shortest outing of the season, Washington Nationals' starter Stephen Strasburg gave up 8 hits and 4 ER in 4 ? in what ended up a 7-1 loss to the San Francisco Giants.

Gio Gonzalez made one mistake and gave up one run on two hits in what ended up a 5-1 win over the San Francisco Giants for the Washington Nationals and their lefty. The Nationals got home runs from Trea Turner (No. 2) and Wilson... more

Max Scherzer struck out 11 batters and drove in two runs including the winning one in what ended up being an 8-3 Washington Nationals' win over the Arizona Diamondbacks... SWEEEEP!!!! The Nats took three straight from the D-Backs... more

Washington's Nationals knocked Arizona Diamondbacks' starter Archie Bradley around and cruised to a 14-1 win as Stephen Strasburg improved to (W, 15-1) on the season in the series opener in Chase Field. The Nats collected... more

San Francisco Giants' righty Matt Cain held the Washington Nationals hitless though five, and the Giants' pen allowed just one earned run in four innings in what ended up a 3-1 win. Gio Gonzalez was not particularly sharp, but the two... more

With the score 4-1 Washington in the eighth, the San Francisco Giants loaded the bases with no one out before Brandon Crawford grounded into the first 3-3-5 triple play in MLB history. No really. You never know what you'll see when you tune... more

Tanner Roark gave up just one run in seven innings, but the Washington Nationals' bullpen made it interesting again as Jonathan Papelbon gave up a one-out single and a walk and a run scored before Oliver Perez and Shawn... more

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