Washington Nationals

5.28.19

A Minor-League Baseball Team Is Sorry About That Video With AOC and Kim Jong Un

She was featured in a Memorial Day tribute video that played a speech by Ronald Reagan over a montage of images.

1.31.19

Some Genius Matched Up MLBers to Pokémon Based on their Hairstyles

A Twitter user matched up Bryce Harper, Manny Machado, and Yasiel Puig among others, to Pokémon with similar haircuts.

9.27.18

Max Scherzer is a Perfect Nightmare of a Pitcher

The Washington Nationals ace recently recorded his 300th strikeout of the season at the age of 34. He shows no sign of slowing down, either.

9.11.18

Guy Somehow Loses a Tooth Hitting His First Home Run

No one seems to know what happened to Washington Nationals catcher Spencer Kieboom's tooth.

8.1.18

The Mets Did This

Jose Reyes pitched for the Mets in a 25-4 beatdown.

7.17.18

Bryce Harper Won the Home Run Derby, You Absolute Maniacs

Some people (Chicago Cubs fans) think Bryce Harper and his dad cheated during the Home Run Derby. Other people (stable adults) don't care.

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6.11.18

We Are So Here for Alex Ovechkin's Post-Stanley Cup Bender

He slept with the thing, sang "We Are the Champions" nearly a jillion times, and somehow was able to throw a baseball at a Washington Nationals game.

4.4.18

Braves Organist Trolls Bryce Harper with 'Go Cubs Go,' 'New York, New York'

The SunTrust Park organist Matthew Kaminski is pulling some pro-level trolls on the Washington Nationals right fielder.

2.22.18

Koda Glover and the Cautionary Tales of Spring Training

Spring Training is here, which means it is time to believe in happy endings, and also time to have our hopes dashed.

10.13.17

Instant Replay on the Bases Stinks

The Washington Nationals had a rally killed after replay showed Jose Lobaton's foot lifted off first base for a millisecond.

10.11.17

So...Stephen Strasburg is Pitching Now? Alright!

Everybody went nuts yesterday after Washington Nationals manager Dusty Baker announced that Tanner Roark would start in Game 4 of the NLCS. Well, he's not starting anymore.

9.20.17

Alfonso Soriano Looks Like He Ate Another Alfonso Soriano

Retirement from sports has been a great opportunity for the man to exercise more.

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