(16. 5. 2018, 02:00:02, Official Washington Nationals)
Anthony Rendon got the Nationals on the board in the hurry in the first inning of their marquee series against the Yankees, taking right-hander Masahiro Tanaka deep for his fourth homer of the year on Tuesday night at Nationals Park, supporting lefty Gio Gonzalez. The homer was the second in three games and third in five games for Rendon, whose club entered the day seeking a fifth consecutive win. New York (28-12) hit the nation's capital with the best record in the Majors. (více...)
Washington Nationalsâ lineup for first of two with New York Yankees...
(16. 5. 2018, 00:00:01, Federal Baseball)
Back from a 6-1 road trip, the Washington Nationals try to keep the momentum going in the nationâs capital, in the first of two against the New York Yankees.
Anthony Rendon played in eight straight games after coming off a 19-game DL stint, going 7 for 29 (.241/.371/.517) with two doubles, two home runs, six walks, and six Ks before he got a day off in Sunday nightâs finale in Phoenix, Arizonaâs Chase Field.
Rendon has hit in 17 of the 22 games heâs played this season, and reached base in 20 of 22, putting up a .271/.361/.447 line, six doubles, three homers, 12 walks, and 14 Ks overall so far in 2018 (více...)
Anthony Rendon is absent from the Nationals' starting lineup
(13. 5. 2018, 22:56:29, rotoworld.com)
Anthony Rendon is absent from the Nationals' starting lineup for Sunday night's showdown against the Diamondbacks. This is just a regular day of rest for Rendon and isn't related to the toe injury that caused him to miss three weeks of action. [...] (více...)
Nationals win third straight over D-Backs, 2-1 in Chase Field...
(13. 5. 2018, 03:49:01, Federal Baseball)
Washington Nationalsâ hitters went 2 for 11 overall with runners in scoring position and 11 left on base, but did enough for a third straight win over the Arizona Diamondbacks. 2-1 final.
Stephen Strasburg held the Arizona Diamondbacks to one run on five hits in 6 2â3 innings of work on the mound in Chase Field, striking out nine of the 27 batters he faced, and the Washington Nationals took a third straight game in Phoenix, AZ with an RBI double by Bryce Harper in the third and an RBI groundout by Anthony Rendon in the fourth providing all the scoring the visiting team needed in a 2-1 win. (více...)
New-look lineup backs Stras' 9-K start in win
(13. 5. 2018, 01:42:02, Official Washington Nationals)
Trea Turner, Bryce Harper and Anthony Rendon batted first, second and third for the second game in a row -- and the second time this season -- in the Nats' 2-1 victory over the D-backs on Saturday, and they played a major role in both runs. (více...)