Baseball Report: Astros Lead Nationals In World Series Going Into Game 6The World Series moves to Game 6 in Houston, where the Astros, coming off of three strong wins, look to clinch over the Nationals.
Baseball Report: Strong Pitching To Dominate Astros, Nationals World SeriesThe 2019 World Series features the AL champion Houston Astros and the NL champion Washington Nationals in a historic pitching matchup.
Nationals Trades A Surprise In Midst Of Playoff ChaseNationals GM Mike Rizzo waved the white flag Tuesday by trading two of the team's veteran players, despite still being firmly in the playoff race.
Scherzer Putting Together MVP-Type Season For NationalsIf Max Scherzer continues to perform like he has through the first few months of the season, it will be hard to argue against him taking home his first National League MVP Award.
2017 MLB Holiday Wish ListIt's the holiday season, and we try to guess what the top item is for some of Major League Baseball's wish lists.
St. Louis Native Max Scherzer Wins 3rd Cy Young"I'm drinking a lot of champagne tonight," celebrating Washington Nationals hurler said.
Lilliquist Headed to WashingtonNationals pick former Cardinals pitching coach to replace Mike Maddux as their pitching coach.
ACKERMAN: Cubs' Success Not A Bad ThingHere’s the big question: Does it ignite Bill DeWitt Jr. and his front office?
Kahn: Will The Nationals Win In October?The Washington Nationals have had plenty of success in recent years—just not in the playoffs.
Washington DFA's Pitcher Jacob TurnerSt. Charles native and Westminster HS alum could be claimed by another team
Scherzer Dominates RedbirdsWashington took series finale over St. Louis, 7-2
Mejia, Bowman Star in Cards 2-1 WinFinal out came on called strike three with bases loaded
Yadi Leads the Way in 8-1 Win Over NatsMolina extended his hitting streak to 15 games with a two-run single in the third and added another two-run hit in the fourth.
Keidel: Bryce Harper And Baseball's New Salary NarrativeBryce Harper's $21 million contract for 2018 bodes well for the Nats and reflects an MLB that lets teams more fairly compete for players.
HIGHLIGHTS: Mike Leake Dazzles, Cards Win 6-1Pitcher struck out seven over seven innings and walked none