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Olney: Who's on the block if the Nationals don't regroup?

Should Washington fall even further out of the National League East race, stars such as Anthony Rendon could get traded to a contender.

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Why the Cubs have rebounded and the Nationals haven't

Both teams entered the season with big expectations, but sputtered early on. Chicago has turned it around. Washington? Not so much.

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Sunday's games

Saturday on the Diamond

Trout sends 250th career HR 473 feet

0:23

Arcia playing waiter in Brewers' dugout

Orlando Arcia is carrying around a tray of drinks and snacks serving his Brewers' teammates in the dugout.

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Gant catches ball with his chest, still makes throw to 1st

John Gant gets a line drive to his chest, knocking his glove off in the process, and still making the throw to 1st to get Nomar Mazara out.

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Meadows' 11th-inning HR lifts Rays past Yankees

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Pirates crush 4 homers in 7-2 win vs. Padres

The Pirates led by Josh Bell hit four home runs against the Padres as they secure a 7-2 win on the road.

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Tanaka bruises shin during kick save

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2009 draft lookback

Law: The biggest busts of the 2009 MLB draft

Remember Tony Sanchez, Donavan Tate and Matt Hobgood? Few do -- but all were selected ahead of Mike Trout. Here's a look at the first-rounders who never really panned out.

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Law: Re-drafting the first round of the 2009 draft

Mike Trout to the Nats? Here's how things might look if teams were able to choose again a decade later.

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Is the .300 hitter a thing of the past?

Pitchers are better than ever. Here's what hitters are doing to cope as a once-sacred number seems to be losing its place in the game.

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How .300 hitters are fighting for survival

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  • Is the .300 hitter a thing of the past?

    Pitchers are better than ever. Here's what hitters are doing to cope as a once-sacred number seems to be losing its place in the game.