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Game #97 Scherzer scratched; Lester in! | TalkNats.com
About an hour before first pitch, we learned that starting Max Scherzer was scratched due to a sore tricep in an injury he sustained he claimed during batting practice.
Max Scherzer is scratched with triceps discomfort but expects to make his next start
BALTIMORE - Max Scherzer ambled into the dugout Saturday afternoon, looked at a small group of reporters and asked, "Did they tell you yet?"
Everyone tensed up a bit.
Washington Nationals: Stephen Strasburg Suffered Another Injury Setback
When the Nationals re-signed Stephen Strasburg to a seven-year deal worth $245 million after the 2019 season, the front office had believed the 2009 number one overall pick had finally turned a corner.
Washington Nationals: Max Scherzer's Presence Will Always Be Felt In D.C.
Max Scherzer arrived in D.C. as a free agent in 2015 with high expectations. At the time, he was a rising star with one AL Cy Young under his belt, but no one could predict what was to come.
The Nationals, needing to hit the gas, stall in series opener vs. Orioles
BALTIMORE - For a few weeks now, Josh Bell has spent afternoons in the outfield, shagging flyballs and charging grounders in a way he hasn't since 2016.
Nationals' Stephen Strasburg suffers another setback in recovery from nerve irritation
BALTIMORE - Stephen Strasburg had an "uncomfortable" feeling in his neck after throwing a bullpen session Wednesday, according to Washington Nationals Manager Dave Martinez, marking another setback in his attempt to return from nerve irritation.
Game #96 The Nats have 3 in Baltimore | TalkNats.com
This series was once known as the "Battle of the Beltways" when the Orioles were good, and that has not been often in the last 16 years.
Nationals: Ranking The Nats Needs At The 2021 Trade Deadline
The Washington Nationals are in a perplexing situation. They have lost 12 of their last 17 games, own the worst farm system in baseball, and are riddled with injuries.
Rivarly Weekend? Rivalry Weekend.
The Nats play the Orioles this weekend for their rivalry games and well no one cares too much. At least as far as I can tell.
Nationals face Orioles in Battle of the Beltways | TalkNats.com
The Washington Nationals, fresh off a series victory over the Miami Marlins, look to continue their momentum in the Battle of the Beltways against the Orioles.