This is the October 11, 2012 news archive. View today's Nationals rumors and news.
Nationals principal owner Mark Lerner was at a loss for words after Jayson Werth hit the game-winning home run to give Washington a 2-1 win in Game 4 of the National League Division Series.Share Tweet
Five keys for Nationals in Game 5The Nationals will find themselves in another must-win contest when they take the field at Nationals Park late Friday night for Game 5 of the NLDS with a spot in the NL Championship Series against the Giants on the line. What must they do to keep their …Share Tweet
Lohse does everything except get the winCardinals right-hander Kyle Lohse didn't get the win in Game 4 of the National League Division Series on Thursday at Nationals Park. For one thing, the score was tied when he exited the game after seven innings. For another, his team didn't win the game…Share Tweet
Human teddy bear witnesses thrilling Nationals victory in Game 4 (Photo)yahoo.com Oct 11, 2012At first I was, like, "Why did this dude bring a teddy bear to a baseball game?" I know the Washington Nationals are known for their Presidents Races, where Teddy Roosevelt has started to clean up of late, but c'mon. What kind of prop is that …Share TweetNationals manager Davey Johnson was not planning to let Game 4 of the National League Division Series get out of hand, and he said that right-hander Jordan Zimmermann was available out of the bullpen for the game against the Cardinals if starter Ross De…Share Tweetyahoo.com Oct 11, 2012Well, this is just depressing. While his on-the-brink Washington Nationals are facing pitching troubles in the NLDS, the only way shutdown ace Stephen Strasburg can get any press for his actual play this October is to grant an interview about his deep l…Share Tweet
All The Other GMs Hate The Washington Nationalsdeadspin.com Oct 11, 2012Even though major-league general managers are grown men with facial hair, ugly shirts, and mistresses, we've always imagined them secretly behaving like a handful of high-school cliques. Anytime one commits a faux-pas-Chuck LaMar, late of the Tampa BayShare Tweet
Leading Off: Coast to Coast, Comeback Fevernytimes.com Oct 11, 2012Ninth-inning comebacks by the A's and the Yankees on Wednesday night provided sportswriters with many story lines.Share Tweet
Nationals Not Going AwayOct 11Doug Glanville breaks down the Nationals' Game 4 win and looks ahead to Friday.
Werth The HeroOct 11Jayson Werth talks to Tim Kurkjian after propelling Nationals to decisive Game 5.
Werth, Nationals Walk Off To Force Game 5Oct 11Jayson Werth's solo homer in the ninth lifts Nationals to 2-1 win over Cardinals.