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  1. Nats 5, Reds 1: Scherzer takes no-hitter into 8th

    Sep 28, 2015, 5:42 PM EST

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    GAME IN A NUTSHELL: Given everything that has transpired over the last week — official elimination from the NL East race, the plunking of Manny Machado, the dugout brawl between Jonathan Papelbon and Bryce Harper — there seemed little reason to pay attention to what actually was going to take place on the field Monday…

  2. Nats 5, Marlins 2: Moore, Harper homer in victory

    Sep 19, 2015, 6:51 PM EST

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    GAME IN A NUTSHELL: For the third straight day, the Nationals dug themselves into a 2-0 hole against the Marlins after one inning. But for the second straight day, they managed to dig themselves back out of that hole and emerge victorious. With a 3-run rally in the fifth that included a home run by…

  3. Updated: Cole called up, Moore activated off DL

    Sep 3, 2015, 5:47 PM EST

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    [Updated: 5:52 p.m.] The Nationals added two more players to push their active roster to 32 on Thursday by calling up right-hander A.J. Cole from Triple-A Syracuse and activating first baseman Tyler Moore off the disabled list. Cole, 23, rejoins the Nationals for his third stint of the 2015 season. He made his MLB debut on…

  4. Matt Williams gives updates on Johnson, Moore and Uggla

    Aug 26, 2015, 6:18 PM EST

    Apr 3, 2015; Tampa, FL, USA; Washington Nationals outfielder Reed Johnson (4) works out prior to the game against the New York Yankeesat George M. Steinbrenner Field. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

    Updated at 11:30 p.m. Amidst a season in which injuries have taken their toll on the Nationals’ roster, manager Matt Williams revealed to reporters before Wednesday’s game against the Padres of perhaps the most bizarre setback a player has suffered all year. Outfielder Reed Johnson, who had torn a ligament in his ankle in late April, was shut down…

  5. Moore to DL, Barrett to seek third opinion

    Aug 21, 2015, 7:49 PM EST

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    In order to clear room for the MLB debut of top prospect Trea Turner, the National made a pair of roster moves on Friday. Utility player Tyler Moore was placed on the 15-day disabled list with a sprained left ankle and reliever Aaron Barrett was moved to the 60-day DL with a right elbow strain.…

  6. Moore becomes 2nd Nats’ position player to pitch

    Aug 6, 2015, 10:00 AM EST

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    The circumstances were not ideal with his team down eight runs at home, but on Wednesday night Nationals utility man Tyler Moore was afforded an opportunity he had lobbied and waited for for quite some time. In the ninth inning of the Nats’ 11-4 loss to the Diamondbacks, Moore became just the second position player…

  7. D’backs 11, Nats 4: From bad to worse

    Aug 5, 2015, 11:02 PM EST

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    GAME IN A NUTSHELL: If Tuesday night’s victory gave Nationals fans reason to calm down and believe things were turning in the right direction, Wednesday night’s loss only gave them reason to completely reverse course and now fear the worst. This was among the ugliest games this team has played all season, and it only…

  8. Bench play vs. Orioles emblematic of season’s first half

    Jul 13, 2015, 9:29 AM EST

    Washington Nationals' Dan Uggla, left, and Clint Robinson score on a two run double by Tyler Moore against the Baltimore Orioles in the fourth inning of a baseball game Sunday, July 12, 2015, in Baltimore. The Nationals won 3-2. (AP Photo/Gail Burton)

    BALTIMORE — The key rally in Sunday’s 3-2 victory over the Orioles may have aptly encapsulated much of what the first half of the Nationals’ season has been about. Thanks to three consecutive two-out base hits from Clint Robinson, Dan Uggla and Tyler Moore — none of whom were intended to be regulars before the year…

  9. Orioles 3, Nats 2: Schoop’s homer wins it in 9th

    Jul 10, 2015, 10:21 PM EST

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    GAME IN A NUTSHELL: Round 1 of this year’s Battle of the Beltways brought the season’s largest crowd to Camden Yards. And it brought a tight, tense ballgame to downtown Baltimore, decided late by bullpens and big at-bats. In the end, the Orioles’ relief corps and big bats came through when the Nationals’ could not.…

  10. Ross has been boss for Nats

    Jun 20, 2015, 12:12 AM EST

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    One morning in March, Matt Williams and Steve McCatty ventured over to the minor-league complex in Viera, Fla., to watch left-hander Felipe Rivero pitch out of the bullpen. Before Rivero took the mound, though, a young right-hander named Joe Ross pitched. Ross didn’t make an overwhelming impression on the Nationals manager and pitching coach, but…

  11. Blue Jays 7, Nats 3: Pillar’s homers stun Scherzer

    Jun 2, 2015, 10:09 PM EST

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    GAME IN A NUTSHELL: After watching Jordan Zimmermann cruise through eight scoreless innings earlier in the day, Max Scherzer had visions of duplicating the feat and pitching the Nationals to a doubleheader sweep. Kevin Pillar and the Blue Jays had other ideas. Pillar homered twice of Scherzer, including a 3-run shot in the top of…

  12. How do Nats compensate for Werth’s prolonged absence?

    May 29, 2015, 6:00 AM EST

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    The Nationals are going to be without Jayson Werth for awhile, likely until sometime in August after a specialist at the Mayo Clinic discovered two small fractures Thursday in his injured left wrist. That’s not good news for the Nats, who now face at least two more months without their No. 3 hitter and trusted…

  13. Moore connects for rare pinch-hit homer

    May 14, 2015, 6:00 AM EST

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    PHOENIX — It’s perhaps the toughest task in baseball, coming off the bench cold and asked to deliver a big hit late in a close ballgame. And Tyler Moore has spent the better part of four seasons now trying to get better at something so many accomplished players simply can’t perfect. So when Moore came…

  14. Nats waiting for MRI on Escobar before making DL decision

    Apr 18, 2015, 12:31 PM EST

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    The Nationals will wait until they get MRI results on Yunel Escobar’s injured left groin muscle before deciding whether the veteran infielder needs to be placed on the disabled list, leaving their infield dangerously thin for Saturday afternoon’s game against the Phillies. Escobar, who hurt himself running down the first-base line in the fourth inning…

  15. Relaxed Nats put on offensive show in Fenway finale

    Apr 15, 2015, 6:59 PM EST

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    BOSTON — Odd as it may sound, Tuesday night’s ghastly 8-7 loss at Fenway Park might have been just what the Nationals needed. Yes, that loss featured a calamitous bottom of the seventh, in which the Red Sox scored three runs via three Nats errors and two hit batters. But it also featured a 6-run…

  16. Nats at Yankees — 4/3/15

    Apr 3, 2015, 12:24 PM EST

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    Today the Nationals play their final spring training game before heading north for Washington. They face off with the Yankees, whom they will also play in tomorrow’s exhibition at Nationals Park. The pitching matchup today is a good one, as both Stephen Strasburg and C.C. Sabathia are set for their final warmups before the 2015…

  17. Observations from the Nats’ 9-8 win over the Braves

    Mar 6, 2015, 4:57 PM EST

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    LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Jordan Zimmermann has been doing this long enough now to know what he needs to get out of a 2-inning start in early March. (Hint: Not nearly as much as he needs to get out of a longer start in early April.) “Early in my career I was ready to…

  18. Do the Nats need another lefty bench bat?

    Feb 27, 2015, 6:44 PM EST

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    VIERA, Fla. — There aren’t many jobs up for grabs this spring, but there is at least one interesting question for the Nationals to contemplate when assembling their Opening Day bench: How many left-handed bats do they need? The Nats’ projected lineup, as has been noted, will feature only two left-handed hitters: Denard Span and…

  19. Moore, Taylor hope to compete for Nats’ bench spots

    Dec 19, 2014, 12:04 PM EST

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    Ten weeks into the offseason, the Nationals have few open spots to fill on their roster, but on their bench remain several opportunities, at least for the moment. There is plenty of time for Mike Rizzo and the Nats to replace the holes left by Nate Schierholtz and Scott Hairston via trade or free agency. If…

  20. Nats winter ball update

    Nov 13, 2014, 6:00 AM EST

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    While most ballplayers are well into their offseason downtime, enjoying life away from the park for awhile, there are a handful out there still playing ball and trying to get an early jump on 2015. Winter ball is in full swing throughout the Caribbean, and a few members of the Nationals organization are seeing significant…

  21. Roster review: Tyler Moore

    Nov 8, 2014, 6:00 AM EST

    Moore makes most of rare start

    Age on Opening Day 2015: 28 How acquired: Taken in 16th round of 2008 draft MLB service time: 2 years, 18 days 2014 salary+bonuses: $507,900 Contract status: Pre-arbitration, free agent 2019 2014 stats: 42 G, .231 BA, .300 OBP, 91 AB, 8 R, 21 H, 2 2B, 4 HR, 14 RBI, 7 BB, 29 SO, .685 OPS, 0.3 WAR…

  22. Offseason storyline No. 5: End of the road for some?

    Oct 14, 2014, 6:00 AM EST

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    As the Nationals transition into offseason mode, so do we (a little sooner than any of us expected). Over a five-day stretch, we’ll run through the five biggest storylines of the winter for this club, concluding today with the No. 5 storyline: Might the Nats part ways with three once-touted prospects (Ross Detwiler, Danny Espinosa,…

  23. Nats promote 6 players in first round of September call-ups

    Sep 1, 2014, 4:18 PM EST

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    The Nationals added six players to their roster Monday in the first round of September call-ups, promoting relievers Aaron Barrett, Xavier Cedeno and Blake Treinen, catcher Sandy Leon, first baseman/outfielder Tyler Moore and outfielder Steven Souza Jr. from Class AAA Syracuse. All six players will be active and available for Monday night’s series opener in…

  24. A primer on postseason roster eligibility

    Aug 26, 2014, 10:36 AM EST

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    PHILADELPHIA — Matt Williams is loathe to look ahead, certainly as far ahead as October when the calendar still reads August. We here at the Insider, on the other hand, don’t worry about such things. Especially with a very important date fast approaching. We’re five days away from baseball’s August 31 deadline to set postseason…

  25. Looking ahead to September call-ups

    Aug 11, 2014, 4:05 PM EST

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    The promotion of several Nationals’ top prospects came early this season due to injuries, as both Michael Taylor and Steven Souza were each brought up this month. Both were in line for September call-ups before arriving in D.C., but circumstances at the major league level accelerated the Nationals’ plans. Taylor and Souza are just the…





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