8:08 AM EDT, Fri May 29, 2015
CSN Washington 8 hours ago

Mark Zuckerman on Jayson Werth's unfortunate injury news

Nationals Insider Mark Zuckerman breaks down Jayson Werth's injury and what it means for the Nats.
CSN Washington 6 hours ago

How will Nats compensate for Werth's absence?

With Jayson Werth sidelined until August, can the Nationals count on Michael Taylor and others to step up, or do they need to acquire another outfielder?
Baltimore Sun 9 hours ago

Nationals' Jayson Werth reportedly has two fractures in left wrist

Washington Nationals left fielder Jayson Werth has two small fractures in his left wrist and could be sidelined until August, the Washington Post reported on Thursday.
Washington Post 15 hours ago

Nats Journal: Jayson Werth has two fractures in left wrist, expected out until August

After a Thursday visit to a wrist specialist, a CT scan revealed two small fractures in Jayson Werth’s ailing left wrist, according to a person familiar with the situation. Werth’s wrist, which was hit by a pitch May 15, will be immobilized for four weeks. The hope is that Werth will be back with the Nationals in August.Read full article >>
Newark Star-Ledger 14 hours ago

Scott Boras: 6-man rotation good for Mets and Matt Harvey

Harvey had to wait 17-plus months before pitching in a regular season game against after surgery in Oct. 2013.
philly.com 8 hours ago
Phillies' Cole Hamels becoming more attractive trade chip by the day

Phillies' Cole Hamels becoming more attractive trade chip by the day

As the trade deadline approaches and the lefthander continues to pitch well, offers should become numerous and enticing.

More NL East Rumors & News

Nationals’ Gio Gonzalez listening to tips from teammates

Gio Gonzalez was searching for answers.He had just completed two starts in which he allowed a combined 11 earned runs with only four strikeouts. Frustrated, the 29-year-old left-hander said he was open to anything that could help him out.Read full article >>

How do Nats compensate for Werth’s prolonged absence?

The Nationals are going to be without Jayson Werth for awhile, likely until sometime in August after a specialist at the Mayo Clinic discovered two small fractures Thursday in his injured left wrist. That’s not good news for the Nats, who now face at least two more months without their No. 3 hitter and trusted…
San Jose Mercury News 7 hours ago

Giants beat Braves 7-0 to open homestand

Heston out-duels Atlanta ace Miller; Belt homer breaks scoreless tie in seventh
New York Daily News 8 hours ago
Mets shortstop Wilmer Flores blossoms on and off the field

Mets shortstop Wilmer Flores blossoms on and off the field

Wilmer Flores usually has a smile on his face and is quick to laugh around the clubhouse and dugout.
Washington Post 10 hours ago

First things first: Ryan Zimmerman’s position change hasn’t been an issue

CHICAGO — Three Washington Nationals have started every game so far: Ian Desmond, Bryce Harper and Ryan Zimmerman. Harper has drawn attention like he has drawn walks: daily and more than anyone in the majors. Desmond could not evade notice early on because as balls slipped away at shortstop in April, he stumbled into the spotlight, too.Read full article >>
philly.com 12 hours ago

Surging Howard is catching up to fastballs

NEW YORK - It was only the second week of the season and Ryne Sandberg was already answering questions about Ryan Howard's struggles at the plate. Some of the first baseman's inconsistency stemmed from him not taking advantage of the abundance of fastballs thrown his way, the Phillies manager noted at the time.
philly.com 13 hours ago

Royals' Gordon is Asche's model in switching to left field

NEW YORK - The Phillies can only hope that Cody Asche's move from third base to left field works as well as it has for another former University of Nebraska star.
Newark Star-Ledger 14 hours ago

Why will 6-man rotation will be good for Mets and pitchers? Look at Washington Nationals

Faced with no easy choice, the pitchers and the Mets will proceed with an expanded rotation.
Joel Sherman / New York Post 15 hours ago

Mets getting closer to answer on one big unknown

The Mets are slowly in the process of rebuilding their bullpen, just with the people they had in the first place. They imagined a power righty quartet of Jeurys Familia,...
CSN Washington 15 hours ago

Report: Werth could miss significant time after new tests on wrist

A report from MLB.com says Nationals left fielder Jayson Werth will be out much longer than expected based on new test results on his wrist.

NL East Player News

  • 8 Jayson Werth

    Jayson Werth

    Mark Zuckerman on Jayson Werth's unfortunate injury news

  • 3 Bryce Harper

    Bryce Harper

    First things first: Ryan Zimmerman’s position change hasn’t been an issue

  • 2 Max Scherzer

    Max Scherzer

    Nats Journal: More on Max Scherzer’s dominance at the mound, proficiency at the plate

  • 2 Matt Harvey

    Matt Harvey

    Matt Harvey's 'dead arm' gets first test Friday

  • 2 Juan Uribe

    Juan Uribe

    Moura: Dodgers' trade of Juan Uribe will provide team with a chemistry test

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