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9-10, 4th in NL East

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Shohei Ohtani is a pretty big fan of Bryce Harper, who is in town to play the crosstown Dodgers this weekend. Ohtani, through his interpreter: "It's hard to say exactly how much I try to model his swing. But he's a lefty just like me; he's a great hitter with a great approach, so I try to take all the good parts."

Mets use big 8th to sink Nats (1:19)
Zimmerman goes yard twice (0:42)
Cespedes's grand slam puts exclamation mark on win (0:31)

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Put away those brooms, Nationals fans. In danger of being swept, the Mets had an inning to remember, scoring nine runs in the eighth to turn a 4-2 deficit into an 11-4 lead. Juan Lagares had the go-ahead double with two outs and Yoenis Cespedes capped it off with a grand slam.

Taylor lays out to rob hit (0:23)
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2d

Four combine on 7-inning no-hitter for Chiefs

Austin Voth, David Goforth, Tim Collins and Austin Adams combined to throw a seven-inning no-hitter for the Syracuse Chiefs, shutting out Indianapolis Indians 5-0 on Wednesday in the first game of a doubleheader.

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2dDan Szymborski

Who was too high or too low in MLBRank

Does Bryce Harper deserve to be in the top 5? Was Shohei Ohtani too low? Now that the votes are in, we're breaking down some of the more controversial results.

3d

BBTN: Harper's Physical Feat, Ohtani's MVP Chances, Gallo

Before Boog Sciambi's conversation with Rangers 1B Joey Gallo (34:16), Buster and Jerry Crasnick discuss Bryce Harper's incredible HR, Shohei Ohtani's MVP case, Gabe Kapler's progress in Philly and more (1:18). Plus, Sarah Langs' "Numbers Game" (30:41).

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4d

Harper breaks bat, muscles out 406-foot HR

Despite breaking his bat on a 95 mph fastball by the Mets' Jacob DeGrom, Nationals star Bryce Harper powered the ball far over the wall in right-center at Citi Field for his eighth homer of the season.

5d

Desmond's 9th-inning homer leads Rockies past Nationals 6-5

Ian Desmond hit a tiebreaking, two-out homer in the ninth inning against his former team, Charlie Blackmon drove in three runs and the Colorado Rockies rallied to beat the Nationals 6-5 on Sunday, ending a dispiriting homestand for Washington.

7d

Gonzalez homers to lead Rockies past Nationals 2-1

Carlos Gonzalez homered and had a sacrifice fly to drive in both of Colorado's runs, leading the Rockies to their third straight victory with a 2-1 win over the Washington Nationals on Friday night.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Huge night for DJ LeMahieu. Colorado's second baseman had two homers and two doubles to give him four hits on the night, or as many as the entire Nationals team had. Rockies win 5-1. The Nats, who've managed just 20 runs in their last eight games, are in fourth place in the NL East.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

The Nationals have signed slugger Mark Reynolds to a minor-league deal. Besides providing a power bat, Reynolds - who hit .267 with 30 jacks last season for Colorado - gives Washington three former UVA players. First baseman Ryan Zimmerman, who played collegiately with Reynolds in 2003, and closer Sean Doolittle are also ex-Cavaliers.

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8dEddie Matz

Source: Reynolds to Nats on minor league deal

The Nationals agreed to a deal with infielder Mark Reynolds on a minor league contract, giving them depth in the infield and another big bat in a lineup that is already potent.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Pretty impressive round of BP for Bryce Harper. In a span of five pitches, he went yard to second deck RC, opposite field, third deck RF, and dead center.

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Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs8511th
Batting Average.23518th
On Base Percentage.3357th
Slugging Percentage.39413th
Earned Run Average4.1918th
Quality Starts9Tied-13th
WHIP1.197th
BAA.2257th