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  • Nationals outlast reeling Pirates in 11 innings

    WASHINGTON The Washington Nationals walked off against the Pirates again, this time with a 6-5 victory in 11 innings at Nationals Park Sunday night. Washington swept the Pirates, who lost all five games of their road trip. Jayson Werth smoked a double...
  • Ramos double gives Nationals walkoff win over Pirates

    The Sports Xchange By David Driver, The Sports Xchange Ramos double gives Nationals walkoff win over Pirates WASHINGTON -- Washington appears on the way to another magical season, and the Nationals keep finding different ways to win games late. They...
  • Nationals walk off on Pirates, 4-3

    WASHINGTON The Nationals defeated the Pirates, 4-3, Saturday night on a walk-off double by Wilson Ramos at Nationals Park. Justin Wilson walked Bryce Harper to lead off the ninth with the game tied at 3. His wild pitch sent Harper to second. Wilson Ramos...
  • Blackhawks-Capitals Winter Classic still searching for DC venue

    Blackhawks-Capitals Winter Classic still searching for DC venue
    WASHINGTON -- Since it was announced in December that the Washington Capitals would host the 2015 Winter Classic, it has been widely assumed the most natural venue for the game was Nationals Park. NHL representatives visited Nationals Park and RFK...
  • Taylor surprises Nationals with power

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - Washington Nationals - INSIDE PITCH WASHINGTON -- First-year manager Matt Williams got to see a little bit of outfielder Michael A. Taylor in spring training. And he liked what he saw, including a nice back-handed...
  • Pirates pitching leaves them behind, lose to Nationals

    WASHINGTON In the fourth inning, Charlie Morton watched while Jeanmar Gomez went to work on the Nationals Park mound. That never bodes well for a starter's performance, and Morton's outing Friday night led to an evening of playing from behind. The...
  • Nationals not letting up yet

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - Washington Nationals - INSIDE PITCH NEW YORK -- Even with a six-game lead in the National League East, the Washington Nationals know it's far too early to begin planning for October baseball at Nationals Park. But...
  • Nationals continue dominance of Mets

    Nationals continue dominance of Mets NEW YORK -- There are two certainties in Washington D.C. -- partisan bickering on Capitol Hill and a baseball team that always beats the New York Mets at Citi Field. The Washington Nationals continued their...
  • Nationals' Werth needs a few days off

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - Washington Nationals - INSIDE PITCH NEW YORK -- Jayson Werth didn't look like a player battling a sore right shoulder during the Washington Nationals' most recent homestand, during which he put together a six-game...
  • Music Box: BSO brings Garcia back from the 'Dead'

    Music Box: BSO brings Garcia back from the 'Dead'
    Take a giant step back to the psychedelic sixties with a contemporary twist of sorts as you celebrated the music of the late Grateful Dead guitarist Jerry Garcia at a concert of his music performed by Warren Haynes (Govt Mule, Allman Brothers Band, Phil &...
  • Game roundup: Lester sparkles with new A's family

    The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: Update No. 2: Adding Pirates-Diamondbacks Game roundup: Lester sparkles with new A's family OAKLAND, Calif. -- Jon Lester, so long a presence for the Boston Red Sox, did his usual thing on Saturday, but in a green-and-...
  • Nationals struggle on basepaths, lose to Mets 6-1

    Nationals struggle on basepaths, lose to Mets 6-1
    WASHINGTON — Facing a pitcher who admittedly did not have his best stuff, the Washington Nationals kept giving themselves chances to score — and then figuring out ways to avoid adding runs. In the second and third innings alone against Zack...