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Erick Fedde's solid start not enough for Nationals in loss to Phillies

By the time Washington Nationals manager Dave Martinez marched to the pitchers mound in the seventh inning to pull starter Erick Fedde on Saturday, Philadelphia Phillies third baseman Maikel Franco was on second following a leadoff double. Philadelphia manager Gabe Kapler didnt hesitate to pull his starting pitcher Aaron Nola, ......


Nationals injury update; Kintzler's impact upon return

Washington Nationals right-hander Brandon Kintzler, one of 11 players on the disabled list, is scheduled for a rehab assignment Sunday with the Potomac Nationals, manager Dave Martinez said before Saturdays game against the Philadelphia Phillies. Kintzler was placed on the 10-day DL on June 10 with a right forearm flexor ......


No longer behind a mask, Eugene umpire is being recognized

EUGENE, Ore. (AP) - After 31 years behind the plate as an MLB umpire, Dale Scott knows how to recognize a strike. Throwing one is, uh, another matter. When the Los Angeles Dodgers asked Scott to throw a ceremonial first pitch earlier this month, he was honored of course, but ......


Nats hope to move on after lopsided loss to Phillies

It took Nationals manager Dave Martinez longer than normal to reach the press conference room after Friday nights game against the Philadelphia Phillies. And perhaps for good reason, as the host Nationals suffered their most lopsided loss of the season in a 12-2 setback to the Phillies at damp Nationals ......


Phillies hit three homers to torment Nats, 12-2

Nationals right fielder Bryce Harper took a few steps toward the fence and then stopped to watch the ball as Carlos Santana of the Phillies crushed a two-run homer over his head in the sixth inning Friday night. That has been a familiar scene recently for the Nationals pitching staff, ......


Max Scherzer not allowing high home run count to derail his season

Before Thursdays game between the Washington Nationals and Baltimore Orioles, Nationals manager Dave Martinez said his pitching staffs recent susceptibility to the home run ball should work itself out. The last time Washington pitching didnt allow a home run in a contest was June 5. Still, the Nationals 3.40 team ......


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Erick Fedde's solid start not enough for Nationals in loss to Phillies

By the time Washington Nationals manager Dave Martinez marched to the pitchers mound in the seventh inning to pull starter Erick Fedde on Saturday, Philadelphia Phillies third baseman Maikel Franco was on second following a leadoff double. Philadelphia manager Gabe Kapler didnt hesitate to pull his starting pitcher Aaron Nola, ......


Nationals injury update; Kintzler's impact upon return

Washington Nationals right-hander Brandon Kintzler, one of 11 players on the disabled list, is scheduled for a rehab assignment Sunday with the Potomac Nationals, manager Dave Martinez said before Saturdays game against the Philadelphia Phillies. Kintzler was placed on the 10-day DL on June 10 with a right forearm flexor ......


No longer behind a mask, Eugene umpire is being recognized

EUGENE, Ore. (AP) - After 31 years behind the plate as an MLB umpire, Dale Scott knows how to recognize a strike. Throwing one is, uh, another matter. When the Los Angeles Dodgers asked Scott to throw a ceremonial first pitch earlier this month, he was honored of course, but ......


Nats hope to move on after lopsided loss to Phillies

It took Nationals manager Dave Martinez longer than normal to reach the press conference room after Friday nights game against the Philadelphia Phillies. And perhaps for good reason, as the host Nationals suffered their most lopsided loss of the season in a 12-2 setback to the Phillies at damp Nationals ......


Phillies hit three homers to torment Nats, 12-2

Nationals right fielder Bryce Harper took a few steps toward the fence and then stopped to watch the ball as Carlos Santana of the Phillies crushed a two-run homer over his head in the sixth inning Friday night. That has been a familiar scene recently for the Nationals pitching staff, ......


Max Scherzer not allowing high home run count to derail his season

Before Thursdays game between the Washington Nationals and Baltimore Orioles, Nationals manager Dave Martinez said his pitching staffs recent susceptibility to the home run ball should work itself out. The last time Washington pitching didnt allow a home run in a contest was June 5. Still, the Nationals 3.40 team ......


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