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Washington Nationals vs. St. Louis Cardinals
Nationals Park
Nationals Park
Washington
,
DC
04/20/2014 3:30 AM
Apr 20, 2014
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Washington Nationals vs. Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
Nationals Park
Nationals Park
Washington
,
DC
04/21/2014 7:05 PM
Apr 21, 2014
Mon, 7:05 PM
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Washington Nationals vs. Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
Nationals Park
Nationals Park
Washington
,
DC
04/22/2014 7:05 PM
Apr 22, 2014
Tue, 7:05 PM
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Washington Nationals vs. Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
Nationals Park
Nationals Park
Washington
,
DC
04/23/2014 7:05 PM
Apr 23, 2014
Wed, 7:05 PM
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Washington Nationals vs. San Diego Padres
Nationals Park
Nationals Park
Washington
,
DC
04/24/2014 7:05 PM
Apr 24, 2014
Thu, 7:05 PM
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Washington Nationals vs. San Diego Padres
Nationals Park
Nationals Park
Washington
,
DC
04/25/2014 7:05 PM
Apr 25, 2014
Fri, 7:05 PM
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Washington Nationals vs. San Diego Padres
Nationals Park
Nationals Park
Washington
,
DC
04/26/2014 3:30 AM
Apr 26, 2014
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Washington Nationals vs. San Diego Padres
Nationals Park
Nationals Park
Washington
,
DC
04/27/2014 3:30 AM
Apr 27, 2014
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Houston Astros vs. Washington Nationals
Minute Maid Park
Minute Maid Park
Houston
,
TX
04/29/2014 7:10 PM
Apr 29, 2014
Tue, 7:10 PM
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Houston Astros vs. Washington Nationals
Minute Maid Park
Minute Maid Park
Houston
,
TX
04/30/2014 7:10 PM
Apr 30, 2014
Wed, 7:10 PM
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Philadelphia Phillies vs. Washington Nationals
Citizens Bank Park
Citizens Bank Park
Philadelphia
,
PA
05/02/2014 7:05 PM
May 02, 2014
Fri, 7:05 PM
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Philadelphia Phillies vs. Washington Nationals
Citizens Bank Park
Citizens Bank Park
Philadelphia
,
PA
05/03/2014 7:05 PM
May 03, 2014
Sat, 7:05 PM
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Philadelphia Phillies vs. Washington Nationals
Citizens Bank Park
Citizens Bank Park
Philadelphia
,
PA
05/04/2014 3:05 PM
May 04, 2014
Sun, 3:05 PM
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Washington Nationals vs. Los Angeles Dodgers
Nationals Park
Nationals Park
Washington
,
DC
05/05/2014 7:05 PM
May 05, 2014
Mon, 7:05 PM
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Washington Nationals vs. Los Angeles Dodgers
Nationals Park
Nationals Park
Washington
,
DC
05/06/2014 7:05 PM
May 06, 2014
Tue, 7:05 PM
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Washington Nationals vs. Los Angeles Dodgers
Nationals Park
Nationals Park
Washington
,
DC
05/07/2014 1:05 PM
May 07, 2014
Wed, 1:05 PM
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Oakland Athletics vs. Washington Nationals
Overstock.com Coliseum (formerly Oakland Coliseum) 05/09/2014 7:05 PM
May 09, 2014
Fri, 7:05 PM
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Oakland Athletics vs. Washington Nationals
Overstock.com Coliseum (formerly Oakland Coliseum) 05/10/2014 6:05 PM
May 10, 2014
Sat, 6:05 PM
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Oakland Athletics vs. Washington Nationals
Overstock.com Coliseum (formerly Oakland Coliseum) 05/11/2014 1:05 PM
May 11, 2014
Sun, 1:05 PM
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Arizona Diamondbacks vs. Washington Nationals
Chase Field
Chase Field
Phoenix
,
AZ
05/12/2014 6:40 PM
May 12, 2014
Mon, 6:40 PM
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Arizona Diamondbacks vs. Washington Nationals
Chase Field
Chase Field
Phoenix
,
AZ
05/13/2014 6:40 PM
May 13, 2014
Tue, 6:40 PM
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Arizona Diamondbacks vs. Washington Nationals
Chase Field
Chase Field
Phoenix
,
AZ
05/14/2014 12:40 PM
May 14, 2014
Wed, 12:40 PM
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Washington Nationals vs. New York Mets
Nationals Park
Nationals Park
Washington
,
DC
05/16/2014 7:05 PM
May 16, 2014
Fri, 7:05 PM
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Washington Nationals vs. New York Mets
Nationals Park
Nationals Park
Washington
,
DC
05/17/2014 3:30 AM
May 17, 2014
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Washington Nationals vs. New York Mets
Nationals Park
Nationals Park
Washington
,
DC
05/18/2014 3:30 AM
May 18, 2014
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Washington Nationals vs. Cincinnati Reds
Nationals Park
Nationals Park
Washington
,
DC
05/19/2014 7:05 PM
May 19, 2014
Mon, 7:05 PM
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Washington Nationals vs. Cincinnati Reds
Nationals Park
Nationals Park
Washington
,
DC
05/20/2014 7:05 PM
May 20, 2014
Tue, 7:05 PM
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Washington Nationals vs. Cincinnati Reds
Nationals Park
Nationals Park
Washington
,
DC
05/21/2014 4:05 PM
May 21, 2014
Wed, 4:05 PM
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Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Washington Nationals
PNC Park
PNC Park
Pittsburgh
,
PA
05/22/2014 7:05 PM
May 22, 2014
Thu, 7:05 PM
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Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Washington Nationals
PNC Park
PNC Park
Pittsburgh
,
PA
05/23/2014 7:05 PM
May 23, 2014
Fri, 7:05 PM
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    Baseball-Highlights of Saturday's MLB games (Reuters)

    (Adds later games) April 19 (The Sports Xchange) - Highlights of Saturday's Major League Baseball games: - - Blue Jays 5, Indians 0 Left-hander Mark Buehrle pitched four-hit ball over seven scoreless innings and catcher Dioner Navarro had two hits and three runs batted in to lead the Toronto Blue Jays to victory over the Cleveland Indians. In the first inning right fielder Jose Bautista singled to right, giving Toronto a 1-0 lead and then was driven home by Navarro to make it 2-0. The Blue Jays extended their lead to 3-0 in the second inning while the Indians threatened to score in each of the first two innings, but Buehrle pitched out of trouble both times, then settled in to dominate the Cleveland lineup over his last five innings.

     

    MLB roundup: Blue Jays activate Reyes (The SportsXchange)

    The Toronto Blue Jays activated shortstop Jose Reyes from the 15-day disabled list Saturday before their game against the Cleveland Indians.

     

    Cardinals-Nationals Preview (The Associated Press)

    Stephen Strasburg has been less than impressive to start the season, though he's looked better at home than on the road - just like last year. The Washington Nationals hope that trend continues for Sunday's series finale against the St. Louis Cardinals, especially considering Shelby Miller's mastery of Washington last season. The right-hander owns a 9.00 ERA in two road starts and 3.27 in two outings at Nationals Park. Strasburg was 3-5 with a 4.50 ERA at home last year, compared to 5-4 and 1.73 on the road.

     

    Harper pulled for not hustling, Nats fall to Cards (The Associated Press)

    Bryce Harper hit the ball to the mound, jogged to first base and took a right turn to the dugout before getting halfway down the basepath. That would be his final play in the Washington Nationals' 4-3 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals on Saturday. First-year manager Matt Williams will tolerate physical miscues, such as the error that provided St. Louis three unearned runs, but he won't take the nonchalance that the normally aggressive Harper displayed during his sixth-inning jog. That's why he came out of the game,'' Williams said.

     

    Lynn, Cardinals beat sloppy Nats; Harper pulled (The Associated Press)

    Lance Lynn was sharper than he had had been all season, which made it all the more frustrating for him when he failed to make it out of the sixth inning. Bryce Harper didn't get past the sixth inning either, but for a completely different reason. Lynn won his fourth straight start and delivered an RBI double after yet another error by Washington, and the St. Louis Cardinals scored three unearned runs to beat Jordan Zimmermann and the Nationals 4-3 Saturday. ''That's the disappointing thing about the way the game finished for me today.'' Harper, meanwhile, was pulled after Nationals first-year manager Matt Williams questioned the manner in which the young outfielder ran out a comebacker leading off the sixth.

     

    Nats' manager Matt Williams makes rookie mistake benching Bryce Harper (Big League Stew)

    Manager Matt Williams made a much bigger mistake than Bryce Harper — if you even call what Harper did a mistake — by benching his young star after he didn't hustle to first base on a ground ball back to the pitcher Saturday afternoon. Williams lectured Harper and removed him in the sixth inning, leaving the Washington Nationals short one of their most potent bats during a ninth-inning rally. The Nats fell 4-3 to the St. Louis Cardinals, but the outcome might have been different had Harper been given a chance to redeem himself in his team's last at-bat. Instead, Kevin Frandsen hit, and made an out. No offense to Frandsen, but the Nats lost something in the exchange there. Williams gave little indication that he had second thoughts, or learned any lessons himself, by the time he spoke to reporters. Williams went out of his way to point out Harper's spot came up in the Nats' last rally. Said it was "too bad for his teammates." — Adam Kilgore (@AdamKilgoreWP) April 19, 2014 The kind of play in question is one fans and managers have seen a million times, but this might be the first time in 999,999 that a player was punished to the degree Harper was. He led off the bottom of the sixth, tapped back to Lance Lynn, put his head down and shuffled to first base. Harper probably was sulking in the moment, disappointed he hit the ball barely 60 feet. But not even the world's fastest man was going to beat the ball to the first baseman's mitt. Williams's point seems to be, "Well, you never know." The ball could be bobbled, the pitcher could stumble, a gust of wind could come, etc. Plus, it just looks better when you run hard. It's not unreasonable, at first blush. He expounded via the Washington Post : “There’s a million reasons why. The transfer rules that we’ve seen lately. What if that guy bobbles the ball as he’s throwing it around? If he doesn’t touch the base, he’s out. If he’s in the dugout, he’s automatically out. Beyond the all the just-run-90-feet stuff, there’s a real, tangible rule behind it now. So we must do that. And he understands that.” Well, the "transfer rules" were never going to be an issue, or shouldn't have been, because Harper was leading off the inning. There were no other runners on base, nowhere for the first baseman to throw to. If the umps call Matt Adams for dropping the ball because of the transfer rules, that's their nightmare. So, what about running it out at maximum? It should be noted that, most of the time, a batter will not run with maximum effort to first base on plays like that. Up and down the league, that's the case. Pitchers almost never do in the National League, to protect their legs. And Harper is nursing a leg injury, a sore quad. He said after the game that his injury did not prevent him from running hard, but that's not even the issue. A quad injury could have been made worse by a wholly unnecessary sprint to first, even if he "felt fine" before running. And if Bryce Harper, after what happened to him a season ago, had pulled up lame sprinting to first base on a grounder back to the pitcher, we'd be asking why he was sprinting when it wasn't necessary. We'd be calling it "false hustle." A season ago, Harper was "too aggressive" for running hard all of the time, into fences, into other players, etc. It was getting him injured. The Nats wanted him to cool it a little. Now, when his instinct to jog to first was the safe — and correct — way to play, he's some kind of daydreamer. Give everyone a huge personal break, Matt Williams. It's debatable whether hustling at every moment is actually a good thing. What nobody will deny: The Nationals are better with Harper in the lineup. Matt Williams controls the lineup. No doubt humbled (humiliated is more like it), Harper set the right tone after the game by saying the minimum: Harper didn't have much to say, but said, "I respect" Williams's decision. — Adam Kilgore (@AdamKilgoreWP) April 19, 2014 What could the manager have done instead? Taken Harper aside in the dugout and tell him to run the next one out (even though, heh, it might not have been the best thing for Harper's legs right now). It would have been a better move than the grandstanding Williams did, letting everyone know who the boss was by benching one of his best players. Does Harper sound like an unreasonable guy in that quote? If he had been reminded to run harder, he would have. And the "lesson" Williams wanted to get out there would have. But if this is how Williams makes his decisions — by taking Harper's bat out of the lineup when his teammates needed it the most — it might not be the best thing to let everyone know who is in charge. Williams wasn't being a leader Saturday, he was being a tyrant. It's April, in his first year on the job. He'll learn. He do better. But if the Nats miss the NL East title or wild card by a game, just remember who might have lost it. More MLB coverage at Yahoo Sports: - - - - - - - David Brown is an editor for Big League Stew on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at rdbrown@yahoo-inc.com and follow him on Twitter!

     

    Rosenthal opens door for Nats, then closes (The SportsXchange)

    WASHINGTON -- St. Louis closer Trevor Rosenthal made the wrong decision on a ball hit back at him in the ninth inning Saturday. However, Rosenthal collected himself and two batters later struck out Jayson Werth for the final out as the Cardinals held on to beat the Washington Nationals, 4-3. Washington center fielder Denard Span hit a ball up the middle and Rosenthal tried to get a force play at second on Zach Walters, but he was late with the throw. "I thought I had a chance at second," Rosenthal said.

     

    Bryce Harper benched in Nats' loss to Cardinals for 'lack of hustle' (Comcast SportsNet Mid Atlantic)

    Just 18 games into the Nationals' 2014 season, rookie manager Matt Williams has made his first big statement as skipper. Bryce Harper was benched before the beginning of the seventh inning in the Nationals' loss to the Cardinals on Saturday afternoon.Williams said it was because he failed to hustle out a groundball while running to first. Though Harper has been dealing with quad tightness, Williams said the decision had nothing to do with his injury.

     

    Cardinals 4, Nationals 3 (The SportsXchange)

    WASHINGTON -- Starting pitcher Lance Lynn pitched into the sixth inning and had a key RBI, and backup catcher Tony Cruz had a two-run single as the St. Louis Cardinals beat the Washington Nationals 4-3 on Saturday. Lynn (4-0) entered the game with a career ERA of 9.82 against the Nationals in three games, with one start, in 2012. He went 5 2/3 innings and allowed five hits and one run after having not faced Washington in 2013. The pitcher also helped himself as the Cardinals scored three unearned runs in the second.

     

    Anthony Rendon error costs Nationals in loss to Cardinals (Comcast SportsNet Mid Atlantic)

    A throwing error in the second inning led to three runs for the Cardinals, a deficit that was too much for Washington to overcome in a loss to St. Louis on Saturday.