Nationals pitcher Josh Rogers jokingly did a Euro-step off the mound after striking out Jazz Chisholm, a day after Jazz did it as part of his signature home run celebration 🤣🤣
Nationals vs. Reds full game highlights from 9/23/21, presented by Roman.WAS 3, CIN 2
Juan Soto hits a pair of solo home runs to left field in the Nationals' 3-2 win vs. the Reds.WAS 3, CIN 2
Juan Soto continued his incredible season, hitting two more homers against the Reds on Thursday.
Nationals vs. Marlins full game highlights from 9/22/21, presented by RomanWAS 7, MIA 5
Juan Soto lifts a two-run home run in the Nationals' 7-5 win vs. the Marlins.WAS 7, MIA 5
Nationals vs. Marlins full game highlights from 9/21/21, presented by Roman.WAS 7, MIA 1
The Nationals score all four of their runs in the sixth inning in a win vs. the Marlins.WAS 7, MIA 1
Nationals vs. Marlins full game highlights from 9/20/21, pres. by Roman.WAS 7, MIA 8
Jazz Chisholm scores on a wild pitch in the bottom of the 10th as the Marlins beat the Nationals 8-7.WAS 7, MIA 8
Jazz Chisholm cranks a homer 13 rows back in the upper deck, then completes his first multi-homer game with a 427-foot shot to straightaway center.WAS 7, MIA 8
Marlins right fielder Jesus Sanchez overruns a pop fly but reaches back to make the catch with his bare hand.WAS 7, MIA 8
Juan Soto clubs a home run in the Nationals' shutout win over the Rockies.COL 0, WAS 3
Rockies vs. Nationals full game highlights from 9/19/21, presented by Roman.COL 0, WAS 3
Rockies vs. Nationals full game highlights from 9/18/21, presented by Roman HealthCOL 6, WAS 0
The health benefits for these employees, who were terminated in August, were slated to go into October or later.View the original article to see embedded media.Unvaccinated Nationals and Astros employees who were terminated in August are not being paid or getting health benefits for the remainder of their contracts, according to The Athletic's Ken Rosenthal and Britt Ghiroli.The health benefits for these employees were slated to go into October or later, per The Athletic.
The Nationals reportedly fired two scouts over a refusal to take the COVID-19 vaccine, becoming the first known team to do so.View the original article to see embedded media.The Nationals parted ways with multiple employees on Wednesday over their refusal to get vaccinated for COVID-19, according to The Athletic's Brittany Ghiroli.
Washington and Houston became the first two teams to make the vaccination a factor of employment on Friday.View the original article to see embedded media.The Astros and Nationals issued mandates on Friday that all of their non-playing, full-time employees must receive the COVID-19 vaccine, becoming the first two teams to make the vaccination a factor of employment, according to ESPN's Kiley McDaniel and Jeff Passan. The Nationals told their employees on Aug.
But it didn’t bring the Nats good luck.View the original article to see embedded media.It was actually praying for some Phillies runsVictor Robles had a companion patrolling center field with him during the ninth inning of Monday’s Nationals–Phillies game.
SI's Tom Verducci shares his thoughts on the trade that sent Max Scherzer and Trea Turner to the Los Angeles Dodgers.The Los Angeles Dodgers landed stars Max Scherzer and Trea Turner from the Washington Nationals in exchange for pitcher Josiah Gray, catcher Keibert Ruiz, outfielder Donovan Casey, and pitcher Gerardo Carillo.
The Nationals announced Friday they will release Starlin Castro at the conclusion of his 30-game suspension.View the original article to see embedded media.Major League Baseball announced Friday it has suspended Nationals infielder Starlin Castro 30 games for violating the league's Joint Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Child Abuse Policy.MLB placed Castro on administrative leave on July 16.
Los Angeles swooped in to make a deal with the Nationals and swindle the Padres on a chaotic day of baseball buzz.View the original article to see embedded media.Welcome to The Opener, where every weekday morning you’ll get a fresh, topical column to start your day from one of SI.com’s MLB writers.For a few hours Thursday, it sounded as if the Padres might finalize a deal for Nationals ace Max Scherzer—just the sort of big, splashy move that the team has become known for in the hands of general manager A.J.
Washington's fire sale continues, with All-Star slugger Kyle Schwarber heading to a contender in the first-place Red Sox.View the original article to see embedded media.Hours after shipping Max Scherzer and Trea Turner to Los Angeles, the Nationals are parting ways with another All-Star.Washington is sending outfielder Kyle Schwarber to the Red Sox, the team announced Thursday night.