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The Washington Nationals have put star pitcher Stephen Strasburg on the 60-day disabled list, ending the right-hander’s season.
World Series MVP Stephen Strasburg was put on the 10-day injured list by the Washington Nationals on Saturday because of the recurring nerve issue in his throwing hand that delayed his start to the 2020 season and cut short his second appearance after just 16 pitches.
World Series MVP Stephen Strasburg is scheduled to make his season debut for the Washington Nationals on Sunday against the Baltimore Orioles.
Left fielder Juan Soto has been reinstated by the Washington Nationals from the COVID-19 injured list after missing the team’s first seven games of the season.
Washington Nationals outfielder Juan Soto is still waiting to be cleared to play by the city government after getting the OK from Major League Baseball to return from the COVID-19 injured list.
The pandemic-delayed Major League Baseball opener was the sport’s most-watched regular-season game on any network in nine years.
The pandemic-shortened Major League Baseball season finally started Thursday night, with zero fans, Nationals star Juan Soto sidelined by COVID-19 and a 4-1 storm-halted victory for the New York Yankees over reigning champ Washington behind Gerrit Cole, Giancarlo Stanton and Aaron Judge.
The Washington Nationals put star slugger Juan Soto on the COVID-19 injured list hours before they face the New York Yankees on opening day.
Maybe this gives fans a sense of what it will mean to have a Major League Baseball season shrunk down to just 60 games this year during the pandemic: Where were the Washington Nationals that far into 2019?
Like all major leaguers, Washington Nationals first baseman Ryan Zimmerman finds himself with a lot more time on his hands than usual this spring because baseball is on hold during the coronavirus pandemic.
It is clear what World Series MVP Stephen Strasburg and three-time Cy Young Award winner Max Scherzer can do for Washington when they’re on the mound
Washington Nationals manager Dave Martinez wants his players to go ahead and think about the special moments of winning a world championship in 2019 but also to make sure to realize it’s time to start over.
Max Scherzer grunted and cursed his way to 56 pitches during his first formal bullpen session of spring training – about 20 more throws than other Washington Nationals starters Thursday, but “standard“ for him, the righty said – and then was asked about … the Houston Astros’ cheating scandal.
Ryan Zimmerman and the World Series champion Washington Nationals finalized a $2 million, one-year contract on Wednesday.
World Series MVP Stephen Strasburg is staying with the Washington Nationals.
Postseason star Howie Kendrick and the World Series champion Washington Nationals agreed in principle to a $6.25 million, one-year contract, according to a person with knowledge of the negotiations.
The “Baby Shark” is moving to Japan. Outfielder Gerardo Parra has agreed to a $2 million, one-year contract with the Central League champion Yomiuri Giants.
The song “Baby Shark” blared over loudspeakers and a wave of red washed across this politically blue capital Saturday as Nationals fans rejoiced at a parade marking Washington’s first World Series victory since 1924.
A city often characterized as a little uptight let some raw emotion, and many kegs of beer, flow freely as the Washington Nationals won the World Series despite not winning a single home game
In some ways, this World Series championship serves as an “I told you so” for the Washington Nationals and their general manager, Mike Rizzo.