This is the February 26, 2013 news archive. View today's Nationals rumors and news.
Washington Nationals left-hander Gio Gonzalez disclosed he already is pitching through a minor injury, related to off-the-field, interspecies roughhousing. After posting two strikeouts and a walk over two scoreless innings in his spring debut Monday nig…
Shoulder better, Miller to face Nats on SaturdayUpdated Feb 26 Share TweetShelby Miller faced hitters on Monday with no ill effects. As a result, he's schedule to make his 2013 Grapefruit League game debut on Saturday against the Nationals at Roger Dean Stadium.
Braves believe they can dethrone Nats in NL EastUpdated Feb 26 Share TweetFor the first time since Bobby Valentine was managing the Mets more than a decade ago, the Braves might once again have a true division rival in the Nationals, a team that is also looking toward the future with great expectations.
Sliding remains last hurdle for recovering RamosUpdated Feb 26 Share TweetNationals catcher Wilson Ramos has just one thing left on his to-do list before the Nationals feel he's adequately prepared for Spring Training action: sliding.
Nationals aware of threat Braves poseUpdated Feb 26 Share TweetTuesday was set to be the Nationals' first look at the Braves, who beefed up their lineup over the offseason and figure to be Washington's chief competition in the National League East.
Workload the big variable in return from elbow surgeryUpdated Feb 26 Share TweetThe Nationals don't plan on harnessing Stephen Strasburg again this season, but there are a host of pitchers who could encounter an innings cap during their returns from Tommy John elbow surgery.
2013 NFL combine -- Plenty learned at event done rightFeb 26We learned plenty at this year's combine, as usual, so the NFL shouldn't change a thing, writes John Clayton.
Sources: Holmgren, Raiders talk front office jobFeb 26The Oakland Raiders have been talking to former Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks coach Mike Holmgren about a leadership position within the organization, according to two sources.
Peter King: More on Tom Brady's amazing deal; mailFeb 26Picking up the pieces from the surprising three-year, $27 million Tom Brady contract extension:
Adande/Gutierrez: Who's the NBA's most clutch player?Feb 26Which player gets the ball in crunch time? J.A. Adande and Israel Gutierrez decide.