3:39 AM EDT, Mon June 18, 2018
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Nationals 7-5 over Giants to set up rubber match on Sunday; Stanley Cup winners in attendance in D.C.

With the Washington Capitals and their Stanley Cup in the park, the Nationals beat the San Francisco Giants, 7-5, to even up the three-game set in D.C. With 2018 Stanley Cup Champion Washington Capitals and the Cup itself in attendance, the Washington Nationals evened things up with a 7-5 victory in the second of their three-game set with the San Francisco Giants in the nation’s capital. Adam Eaton returned to the lineup and scored a run right out of the gate after 51 games on the Disabled List, but it was Bryce Harper’s solo shot in the fourth that ended up putting the Nationals on...

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Wire Taps: How to judge Bryce Harper; Ryan Madson will return to Nationals soon; The Justin Miller-saince

Catch up on the last 24 hours in Nationals news before the finale with the Orioles in OPACY tonight. Could the Nats really sweep the O’s in Camden today? My, how far we’ve come. Here’s the news from just north of Washington. Bryce Harper shouldn’t be measured against his MVP season. But how exactly should he be judged? (WaPo)Harper's best year, indubitably, was 2015. His peripherals are good this year — but it's hard to sell a .232 average, outside of the seventeen home runs. What is the norm for Bryce, anyways? Nationals’ Ryan Madson to come off disabled list by end of week...

IT: Harper, Arenado on 2017 ASG

Bryce Harper and Nolan Arenado join Chris Rose and Kevin Millar to discuss the honor of being All-Stars and Millar's workout routine