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More than 50 finalists came out to Nationals' Park this windy weekend for a chance to be a part of what's fast becoming a Washington tradition.
With 569 home runs, 3,020 hits and a .288 lifetime hitting average, Rafael Palmeiro clearly had a distinguished career in baseball.
On the first full day of Major League Baseball's winter meetings, Nationals manager Jim Riggleman had his first chance to talk with the media concerning the signing of Jason Werth to a 7-year, $126-million deal.
The Nationals are ready to put it on display this fall -- it's just not quite the postseason appearance most fans had wanted.
Nationals team president Stan Kasten has resigned from his position.
The Nationals lost their main attraction this week, with Stephen Strasburg likely out until 2012 recovering from Tommy John surgery. Now the question is, just how much will the team's bottom line be losing?
A new Harris Interactive poll ranks the Nationals as one of the least-liked baseball teams in the United States. The only teams less popular are the Houston Astros and the Florida Marlins.
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Federal News Radio's own Tom Temin was part of a stuffing party at Nationals Stadium this past Sunday.
Ryan Zimmerman is one of five players in the National League's Final Vote, an online poll where fans vote for the final roster spot on each league's All-Star team.
Nationals ace Stephen Strasburg has really made an impression, and it's driving up interest in his rookie season baseball card.