Orioles Ask Court To Refuse Arbitration Decision With NatsLawyers for the Baltimore Orioles were met by skeptical questions from a judge they asked to reject an arbitration decision from baseball executives awarding the Washington Nationals $296.8 million for their television rights from 2012-16.
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.
Washington Nationals' Trea Turner Apologizes For Offensive TweetsNationals shortstop Trea Turner becomes the latest in a series of major leaguers to address offensive language they used on social media.
Orioles Weather Long Rain Delay In 3-0 Win Over NationalsDuring a season in which very little has worked in their favor, the Orioles withstood a long rain delay to beat the Washington Nationals 3-0.
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.
Nationals And Yankees On The Brink Of EliminationThe Washington Nationals will be starting Stephen Strasburg for Game 4 of the NLDS against the Chicago Cubs.
Wounded Congressman Throws Out First Pitch For Playoff GameHouse Majority Whip Steve Scalise threw out the ceremonial first pitch before Game 1 of the NL Division Series between the Washington Nationals and Chicago Cubs.
Kahn: Will The Nationals Win In October?The Washington Nationals have had plenty of success in recent years—just not in the playoffs.
Court: MLB Committee Can Determine Nationals' Rights FeesA committee of Major League Baseball owners and executives can determine how much money the Washington Nationals should receive from the Baltimore Orioles for television broadcasts of their games, an appeals court ruled Thursday.
After Dry Rain Delay, Nationals Fans Threaten To Switch Loyalty To OriolesThe Nationals told their fans to expect water Thursday, and after three hours of waiting under storm-less skies, they finally delivered.
Ross Fans 12, Drew Homers As Nationals Beat Orioles 6-1Joe Ross had a career-high 12 strikeouts in a sparkling performance, and the weary Washington Nationals breezed past the Baltimore Orioles 6-1 Thursday night.