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Washington Nationals

Stadium: Nationals Park | Manager: Matt Williams
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Last Game

Thu, August 21
Nationals Park
TV: FSN Arizona
Arizona Diamondbacks
Washington Nationals


W: R. Soriano (4-1)
O. Perez (2-3)

Home Runs

ARI - None  
- None


Tue Aug 12
W 7 - 1at NYM
Wed Aug 13
W 3 - 2at NYM
Thu Aug 14
W 4 - 1at NYM
Fri Aug 15
W 5 - 4PIT
Sat Aug 16
W 4 - 3PIT
Sun Aug 17
W 6 - 5PIT
Mon Aug 18
W 5 - 4ARI
Tue Aug 19
W 8 - 1ARI
Wed Aug 20
W 3 - 2ARI
Thu Aug 21
W 1 - 0ARI
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4:05 pm EDT
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FOX Sports 1SF
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Sun Aug 24
7:05 pm EDT
Mon Aug 25
at PHI
7:05 pm EDT
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at PHI
7:05 pm EDT
Wed Aug 27
at PHI
10:10 pm EDT
Fri Aug 29
at SEA
9:10 pm EDT
Sat Aug 30
at SEA
4:10 pm EDT
Sun Aug 31
at SEA
8:10 pm EDT
Mon Sep 1
at LAD


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Steven Souza picks up a hit, RBI in first rehab game
by Chris Cwik |

Nationals outfielder Steven Souza knocked in a run during his first rehab game Thursday.

Souza went 1 for 2, with an RBI during the game. He struck out in his other plate appearance. He also managed to steal a base. Souza has been sidelined since August 9 due to a shoulder injury. 

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Rafael Soriano picks up rare win Thursday
by Chris Cwik |

Nationals closer Rafael Soriano picked up a rare win Thursday against the Diamondbacks. 

Soriano entered with the game tied, and was able to get through the inning without giving up any runs. He did issue a walk, but worked out of trouble with an inning-ending double play. Soriano was the beneficiary of the Nationals hot stretch. In the bottom of the inning, the Nats were able to mount a comeback, scoring on a throwing error to end the game. With the win, Soriano improved to 4-1. 

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Gio Gonzalez tosses fantastic start, but can't win
by Chris Cwik |

Nationals pitcher Gio Gonzalez turned in a fantastic start Thursday against the Diamondbacks. 

Gonzalez allowed four hits over seven scoreless innings. He struck out six and walked three during the outing. Gonzalez did a good job limiting the Diamondbacks early. He was able to get through the first two innings by facing the minimum six batters. He did allow a hit in the second, but got out of it with a double-play. Gonzalez was also challenged in the third, putting the first two men on. After a sac bunt moved them into scoring position, Gonzalez was able to keep them from scoring. He loaded the bases in the fifth inning, but was able to get Cliff Pennington to pop out to end the threat. 

Gonzalez was matched by Wade Miley throughout the start, and ultimately wound up with a no-decision. He'll take on the Phillies in his next start.

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Ryan Zimmerman able to throw Thursday
by Chris Cwik |

Nationals infielder Ryan Zimmerman was able to throw Thursday, according to The Washington Post.

Zimmerman participated in a light throwing session prior to Thursday's game. He plans to repeat the drill from different distances depending on how his hamstring responds. Manager Matt Williams said it was a small step in Zimmerman's return to action. "It’s part of the strengthening process and getting him back to some baseball activity and working through that," Williams said. "That’s the early stages of it but it’s a step for sure."

Zimmerman has been working on an anti-gravity treadmill over the past weeks. He'll have to hit, run at full speed and run the bases before he returns. The last of which will be the most difficult according to Williams because Zimmerman "has to react and turn and create different angles." 

Williams told reporters Wednesday that he believes Zimmerman will return in September.

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Steven Souza starting rehab at Class A Hagerstown
by Chris Towers |

Nationals outfielder Steven Souza will begin his rehab assignment Thursday at Class A Hagerstown Thursday, as he continues his recovery from a shoulder injury.

According to the Washington Post, Souza is expected to play at Hagerstown before moving to Class A Potomac for a few more games. It is not clear when he will be considered a candidate to return to the majors.  

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2014 Team Leaders
AVGDenard Span , CF.300
HRIan Desmond , SS20
RBIIan Desmond , SS77
OBPAdam LaRoche , 1B.377
SLGAdam LaRoche , 1B.466
RAnthony Rendon , 3B88
SBDenard Span , CF26
WTanner Roark , SP12
ERATanner Roark , SP2.80
WHIPTanner Roark , SP1.09
KStephen Strasburg , SP198
SVRafael Soriano , RP29
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