Seventeen former Valley Baseball League players are on Major League rosters to begin the 2017 season.
The Washington Nationals rallied from a pair of early deficits to defeat the Chicago White Sox, 10-5, on Tuesday.
Mark Trumbo hit his MLB-leading 19th homer in a three-run seventh as Baltimore defeated defending world champion Kansas City 4-1 on Monday.
A three-run Adam Duvall homer broke a 3-3 eighth-inning tie and lifted Cincinnati to a 6-3 win over the Washington Nationals Saturday.
The Washington Nationals have a Gio Gonzalez problem. Gonzalez was roughed up for a third straight start in a 7-2 loss at Cincinnati Friday night.
Joe Ross gave up three hits in seven innings, and Washington went deep four times in a 5-1 win at Philadelphia on Tuesday.
Mark Trumbo hit his 15th homer of the season in a 6-4 Baltimore win at Cleveland Friday night. Trumbo talks the O’s offense in a postgame interview with MASN.
A Mark Trumbo two-run homer keyed a seventh-inning rally that lifted Baltimore to a 6-4 win over Cleveland on Friday.
A Stephen Piscotty grand slam highlighted a five-run St. Louis third, and the Cardinals went on to a 6-2 win over Washington Friday night.
Wade Miley and two Seattle relievers combined on a two-hit shutout in a 10-0 Mariners win at Baltimore Tuesday night.
Despite a change in venue, though remaining in the state of North Carolina, the P-Nats could not avoid extra innings.
Adam Jones homered, and Chris Tillman and two relievers combined on a six-hit shutout in a 1-0 Baltimore win over Detroit Friday night.
Max Scherzer made history Wednesday night, striking out 20 Detroit Tigers in a 3-2 Washington Nationals win.
Max Scherzer got beat up in a five-inning stint as the Chicago Cubs topped the Washington Nationals, 8-6, on Friday.
CC Sabathia threw seven shutout innings as the New York Yankees defeated the Baltimore Orioles, 7-0, on Wednesday at Camden Yards.
A Lorenzo Cain walkoff single capped a three-run Kansas City rally in a 7-6 Royals victory over the Nats on Tuesday.
Mark Trumbo hit two homers, and Chris Tillman put up seven strong innings in a 4-1 Baltimore win over the New York Yankees on Tuesday.
Jayson Werth hit a three-run first inning homer, and Joe Ross was solid in six in a 6-1 Washington Nationals win at St. Louis on Saturday.
A three-run Nolan Reimold homer lifted the Baltimore Orioles to a 6-3 win over the Chicago White Sox Friday night.
Chris Tillman allowed two hits in six and two-thirds scoreless innings in a 3-1 Baltimore win over Tampa on Wednesday.
National League MVP Bryce Harper is a member of the Washington Nationals through 2018. After that, to some, it seems clear that he is destined for pinstripes.
Stephen Strasburg has agreed to terms with the Washington Nationals on a one-year, $10.4 million deal, avoiding salary arbitration.
Chris Davis will remain in Baltimore, with the Orioles agreeing to terms with the slugger on a seven-year, $161 million deal.
Baltimore Orioles slugger Chris Davis turned down a reported seven-year, $150 million offer to resign with the O’s.
Stephen Drew has agreed to terms with the Washington Nationals, signing a one-year deal that could be worth up to $4.25 million.
Reliever Darren O’Day has re-signed with the Baltimore Orioles, inking a four-year, $31 million deal.
Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham joins host Jim Bresnahan on WREL-1450 in Lexington, Va., to talk sports. The segment reviews the weekend in college football, looks ahead to UVA-Boise State, and covers the last two weeks of the MLB pennant race.
Johnny Cueto shut out the Nats on two hits, and the Cincinnati Reds defeated Washington for the fifth straight time in 2015, by a final of 5-0 Tuesday night at Nationals Park.
Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham gives out his Midseason Major League Baseball Report Card. How does your favorite team grade out?
Matt Wieters hit his third homer, and Miguel Gonzalez got his sixth win of the season in an 8-6 Baltimore victory over the Boston Red Sox on Thursday.
Baltimore scored three in the ninth to break a 2-2 tie and held on to defeat Toronto, 5-3, on Saturday.
A six-run second set the tone for an outburst by the Nationals, who pounded out 23 hits in a thumping 16-4 win over Tampa Bay on Tuesday.
Baltimore hit three home runs, and a 15-hit attack propelled the O’s to a 9-4 victory over the New York Yankees on Saturday, extending their winning streak to six games.
Chris Tillman won his second straight start, with Zach Britton pitching around a replay reversal that put the tying run on base with two outs in the ninth, in a 6-5 Baltimore win over the Boston Red Sox Thursday night.
A Michael Taylor homer tied the game in the eighth, and a Denard Span infield single scored the go-ahead run in the 11th in a 5-4 Washington win over the New York Yankees on Wednesday afternoon.
An Ian Desmond error opened the floodgates to a four-run seventh that lifted the New York Yankees to a 6-1 win over the Washington Nationals Tuesday night.
Steve Pearce scored on a seventh-inning wild pitch, and that was the only run in a 1-0 Baltimore win over the Boston Red Sox on Tuesday.
Jordan Zimmerman gave up an early 2-1 lead, and the Nats dropped a 6-3 decision to the Chicago Cubs on Sunday.
Bud Norris gave up a run on four hits in five innings in his first start since May 10, and Baltimore defeated Cleveland, 7-3, on Sunday.
Bryce Harper hit his MLB-leading 19th homer, but the Nationals couldn’t get much else going in a 4-2 loss to the Chicago Cubs on Saturday.
Danny Espinosa hit a three-run homer, and the Nats knocked out 12 hits against Cubs pitching in a 7-5 Washington win Friday night at Nationals Park.
Chris Tillman had a nice bounceback outing, and Baltimore rode his strong start to a 5-2 win at Cleveland on Friday night.
Gio Gonzalez gave the Nats six solid innings, but the Washington offense couldn’t break through on Jake Arrieta and five – count ‘em, five – Cubs relievers in a 2-1 loss to Chicago on Thursday at Nationals Park.
An Adam Jones eighth-inning homer helped Baltimore salvage the final game of its series at Houston with a 3-2 win on Thursday afternoon.
Toronto hammered Taylor Jordan, and Mark Buehrle had little trouble in a complete-game effort in an 8-0 shutout of Washington on Wednesday night.
Baltimore scored four runs in the second, but Collin McHugh and two reliever shut down the Orioles from there as Houston topped the O’s, 6-4, Tuesday night.
Kevin Pillar homered twice off Washington ace Max Scherzer, the second a three-run shot in the sixth that gave Toronto a 4-3 lead, and the Blue Jays went on to defeat the Nats, 7-3, to salvage a split of a day-night doubleheader Tuesday at Nationals Park.
Ubaldo Jimenez ran out of gas, and Houston took advantage in a four-run seventh to take down Baltimore, 5-2, Monday night.
Chris Tillman struggled again, and Tampa Bay took advantage in a 9-5 win over Baltimore at Camden Yards on Sunday.