One of the oldest baseball towns in America, Washington was home to baseball. The saying went First In War, First In Peace, Last In The American League. While noted as lovable losers, D.C.'s team featured some of the greatest players of all time including Walter Johnson and Harmon Killebrew. Then for 33 long years, Washington went without baseball after the Senators left for Texas. Now, baseball is finally back to the nation's capitol.
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The Washington Nationals ended the regular season 96-66. The 96th win was one of the most exciting of the summer. Jordan Zimmermann's no-hitter in links. All the links that are fit to print, videos, tweets and more. Wire Taps, y'all... What time is the game today?Jordan Zimmermann throws a no-hitter vs Marlins in Nationals' 1-0 win
Washington Nationals' right-hander Jordan Zimmermann's gave up a walk in the fifth and let a runner reach in the seventh on a passed ball on a strike three. Zimmermann threw a no-hitter in the final game of 2014. 5. Quick Recap: HEADLINE: Jordan Zimmermann throws a no-hitter vs Marlins in final regular season start.Nationals 5-1 over Marlins: Stephen Strasburg officially ready for NLDS
Washington Nationals' right-hander Stephen Strasburg threw six scoreless innings against the Miami Marlins this afternoon to end the regular season with a streak of 20 scoreless innings going and the Nats beat the Fish 5-1 in the nation's capital. Strasburg Fan Club Top 5: 5. Quick Recap: Washington Nationals' left fielder Bryce Harper singled to start the bottom of the second.Nationals and Marlins split doubleheader, Fish take nightcap, 15-7
The Miami Marlins outslugged the Washington Nationals to take the nightcap of the doubleheader in Nationals Park. Nats' outfielder Steven Souza and Tyler Moore did hit some impressive home runs though. 5. Quick Recap: Washington Nationals' right-hander Taylor Hill walked the first batter he faced in the nightcap of the Nats and Miami Marlins' doubleheader and Fish leadoff man Christian Yelich ...Jordan Zimmermann throws no-hitter for Washington Nationals
Jordan Zimmermann pitched the first no-hitter for the Washington Nationals, the gem preserved when defensive replacement Steven Souza Jr. made a diving catch in left field for the final out in a 1-0 victory over the Miami Marlins in a regular-season finale Sunday.Nationals' Zimmermann no-hits Marlins
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- When Washington Nationals starter Jordan Zimmermann headed to the bullpen to warm up for his start Sunday, bullpen coach Matt LeCroy did not notice anything different about the mild-mannered right-hander from tiny Auburndale, Wisc.MLB Scores: Washington Nationals 5, Miami Marlins 1
The Miami Marlins fell to the Washington Nationals 5-1 on Saturday night. Nathan Eovaldi pitched well but the Marlins' offense struggled to support him. Miami discussed taking Nathan Eovaldi out of the rotation before the season ended, but the organization chose to let him end the year as a starter, and Eovaldi pitched well in a 5-1 loss to the Nationals on Saturday night.Nationals' Jordan Zimmermann on no-hitter vs Marlins: 9.0 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 10 Ks
Washington Nationals' right-hander Jordan Zimmermann joined Walter "Big Train" Johnson and Washington Senators' lefty Bobby Burke on the list of pitchers from the nation's capital with no-hitters. Johnson joined the list of pitchers with "no-hit, no-walk, no-HBP" no-hitters that day when a seventh-inning error by Washington Senators' infielder Bucky Harris kept him from having a perfect game.MLB Scores: Miami Marlins 15, Washington Nationals 7
The Miami Marlins topped the Washington Nationals in game two of the double header on Friday night. Andrew Heaney was challenged over four innings. After dropping game one, the Miami Marlins took the second game of Friday's day/night doubleheader with the Washington Nationals 15-7.MLB Scores: Washington Nationals 4, Miami Marlins 0
The Miami Marlins fell to the Washington Nationals in the first game of a double header on Friday afternoon. Jarred Cosart allowed a pair of early runs and the Marlins couldn't rally against Doug Fister.
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