Relive “Nationals Classics”: Extra-inning herorics and Scherzer’s first no-no

We’re a little over a week away from Thanksgiving, so here are a couple of reminders that baseball is still in your life: * The GM meetings just wrapped up this past week in Scottsdale, Ariz.* The Winter Meetings are three weeks away in National Harbor, Md.* Nationals Winterfest is about a month away at the Washington Convention Center So there is still plenty of ... read more

Relive “Nationals Classics”: Walk-offs, mound gems and Strasmas

The World Series is over and the baseball offseason is upon us. Which means a few of you are having trouble coping without your daily fix of serious jammage, “See you later!” home run calls and “There goes the no-hitter” jocularity. And while spring training is still a little more than three months away, we’ve got a way to combat those winter blues. Who cares ... read more

The Ballpark at the Palm Beaches on target for first game on Feb. 28

Representatives from the Nationals and Astros met this week with Palm Beach County commissioners and told them that the teams’ new spring training facility in West Palm Beach, The Ballpark at the Palm Beaches, is expected to open as scheduled on Feb. 28. The Palm Beach Post reported that construction crews are racing to complete the new $148.5 million complex in time for the first ... read more

An early look at where the Nationals rank heading into 2017

Though the baseball offseason is only two days old, it’s a perfect time to start thinking ahead to the 2017 campaign. is doing just that, and yesterday released its first power rankings for the 2017 season. The Nationals are ranked third, behind the World Series champion Cubs and the American League East champion Red Sox. Sweet Spot blogger David Schoenfield acknowledges that the Nats ... read more’s Mark Zuckerman featured on “Today” show

We here at are very fortunate to have Mark Zuckerman as our Nationals beat writer. Not only does he bring years of experience covering the team, but he is also a triple-threat reporter (writing, television and radio) that not many outlets have the opportunity to work with. Another fun aspect Mark brings to the table is he dealings with users on Twitter who mistake ... read more

MASN fans show off best Nats-themed Halloween costumes

Happy Halloween! Hope you’re looking out for the Werewolf! Over this past Halloweekend, we asked our Twitter followers to submit their photos of their best Nationals-themed costumes. And in came the Bryce Harper-lookalikes, dogs dressed up as their owners’ favorite players and more! Check out some of our favorite submissions below! @masnNationals went as @Anthonyrendon_6 -- Gabe (@RielTalk) October 29, 2016 Two superheroes! ... read more

Relive “Nationals Classics”: Pinch-hit walk-offs and opening day stars

The baseball season will officially end this week when either the Indians or Cubs end their respective longstanding World Series championship drought. Whether that happens on Tuesday or Wednesday night remains to be seen, but nonetheless, the offseason looms and the countdown to pitchers and catchers reporting will begin. Lucky for you, the diehard Nationals fan who just wants baseball year-round, MASN is giving you ... read more

Big no-no: Scherzer’s wife throws away no-hitter jersey

Unfortunately, it’s officially the offseason for the Nationals. As we watch the Cubs and Indians go head-to-head in the World Series, we are left to sit back and wonder what could have been. But for the players, it’s time to get some things in order that they couldn’t take care of during the season. Things like resting some nagging injuries, visiting friends and family, and ... read more