John Brickley breaks down Monday's slate, including more heartbreak for the Nationals and leadoff fireworks from Ronald Acuna.
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Paul DeJong handed the Washington Nationals a second straight walk-off loss, capping a back-and-forth finish with a game-ending solo homer in the ninth inning of the St. Louis Cardinals' 7-6 victory Monday night.
Before hearing from Cubs 1B Anthony Rizzo (32:14), Karl Ravech & Tim Kurkjian discuss the five biggest developments from the weekend, weigh in on Willie Mays' plea and more (:35). Plus, Todd Radom unveils the most notable uniform in Cardinals' history and moderates the latest uniform & logo trivia question (34:49).
John Brickley breaks down a busy Sunday that featured Chris Sale's return and David Bote's big moment.
With two out in the bottom of the ninth and facing a two-strike count, Cubs pinch hitter David Bote delivered a walk-off grand slam to stun the Nationals on Sunday night at Wrigley.
Jon Sciambi & Chris Singleton give their reactions to David Bote's walk-off Grand Slam against the Cubs.
Pinch-hitter David Bote smashed a grand slam against Ryan Madson with two outs in the ninth inning to lift the Chicago Cubs to a 4-3 victory over the Washington Nationals on Sunday night.
The Nats ace has a legitimate shot at joining Clayton Kershaw and Justin Verlander as the only hurlers in the past quarter century to win the award.
Ryan Zimmerman hit two home runs off a shaky Jon Lester and tied a career high with six RBI, sending the Washington Nationals over the Chicago Cubs 9-4 on Saturday.
The Nationals have one of the most injury-prone teams in baseball, but the pressure on their first-year manager to get them to October is real.
Jason Heyward broke up a no-hitter with a tying two-run single in the sixth inning, Anthony Rizzo drew a bases-loaded walk in the seventh and the Chicago Cubs beat the Washington Nationals 3-2 on Friday.
As the Nats head to Wrigley, Chicago's outfield is up and Harper's average is down. Are Harper and the Cubs no longer a free-agency match?
What player got a historic bump at the trade deadline? Who's the surprising king of the long ball? We've got baseball's quirkiest facts of the year.
Gio Gonzalez pitched seven strong innings and earned his first victory since May 28 to help the Washington Nationals defeat the Atlanta Braves 6-3 Thursday to secure a four-game split.
Keith Law and Jerry Crasnick marvel at the youth movement on display in the NL East, discuss the backslide of the Mariners, Boston's pace and more (:18). Plus, Sarah Langs' "Numbers Game" (18:46) and an interesting chat with game developer Rob Daviau (30:07).
Jayson Werth, a 15-year MLB veteran who said he was done playing pro baseball, believes "super nerds" are ruining the game. "Just put computers out there," he said.
John Brickley breaks down Wednesday's action, including a streaking A's team, an unbeatable Red Sox squad and a youngster doing it all.
In one breathtaking inning, Ronald Acuna Jr. showed he and the upstart Braves aren't going anywhere as the season approaches the homestretch.
Charlie Culberson homered in a third straight game, Tyler Flowers and Ronald Acuna Jr. added two-run shots and the Atlanta Braves defeated the Washington Nationals 8-3 Wednesday night.
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Another career first for Juan Soto, but not the good kind. Following an opposite field homer by Bryce Harper, the Nats rookie was ejected before he even saw the first pitch of his at-bat in the sixth inning. Soto went down looking on a full count in his previous AB and didn't like the call. Hitting coach Kevin Long also got tossed.