#TBT: Giving thanks for no-hitters

Happy Turkey Day, Nats Nation! Or, as I like to call it, Happy Stuffing Day! Beyond all of the food, there are so many different people and things for which I'm grateful, including my family, friends, job and - of course - the wonderful Nats fans who interact with us every day on social media, MASNsports.com and more. I know you may just be a ... read more

Steely stare, icicle hair make Harper-inspired ugly sweater a thing of beauty

It's the day before Thanksgiving, and in addition to dreaming about my turkey coma, I'm eagerly anticipating a full day (and then some) of Black Friday holiday shopping. Time was, in the pre-Internet days, when the only way to get the bargains was to drag your carcass out of bed at an ungodly hour on the day after the feast and high-tail it to the ... read more

Out of the Park: Teammates congratulate Bryce Harper

We know it's hard to be on your phone following your favorite Nationals on social media 24/7, so we'd like to help you out. Introducing "Out of the Park," a new series that will bring the best of what your favorite Nats players and personalities are doing away from baseball this offseason. Be sure to check back each week to catch how the Nats have ... read more

#TBT: NL MVP favorite Bryce Harper hits walk-off homer against Braves

With Bryce Harper the heavy favorite to be named by the Baseball Writers' Association of America as National League Most Valuable Player tonight, here's another reminder of just how remarkable his 2015 season was. He had the third-best batting average in the majors at .330, tied for most homers in the NL with 42 and led the majors in on-base percentage at .460. And that ... read more

#TBT: Dan Uggla propels Nats to win over former team

In 2010, Dan Uggla was a Silver Slugger Award recipient with the Florida Marlins. He then spent four seasons with the Braves before coming to the Nationals in 2015. Although not an everyday starter with the Nats, Uggla started at second base against the Braves in a late April game. It was a slugfest from the beginning, including Uggla's two-run triple in the seventh, but ... read more

Lerner, Rizzo among Nats reps present for groundbreaking at new spring complex

This morning in West Palm Beach, Nationals principal owner Mark Lerner and president of baseball operations Mike Rizzo were joined by Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred and representatives of the Houston Astros at a groundbreaking ceremony for the new spring training complex the two teams will share. If there are no delays in construciton, the $135 million facility is expected to be ready in ... read more

#TBT: Bryce Harper smacks first home run of season on opening day

Another baseball season has come and gone, but there's already a lot of news surrounding the Nationals following the hiring of manager Dusty Baker. Be sure to tune in to MASN and MASNsports.com today at 11 a.m. for coverage of Baker's introductory press conference. While we're looking ahead, we're also taking time to look back at some of our favorite plays and moments of 2015 ... read more

#NationalChocolateDay: Reliving some of the Nats' sweetest moments

Grab a brownie, a glass of chocolate milk or a candy bar and take a seat. National Chocolate Day - one of the sweetest holidays for the Washington Nationals - is here and it's time to party. A tradition born earlier in the season thanks to ace Max Scherzer, the star of the game was doused in chocolate sauce after a walk-off or during his ... read more