These are tough times for unemployed players named in the Mitchell report to find work in baseball.
The Washington Nationals broke their silence Monday on the Mitchell report -- without offering many details.
OK, so I listed some non-surprising names. While acknowledging that nothing should really surprise us, there are degrees of non-surprise, right? My top five least non-surprising names in the Mitchell report: 1. Nook Logan 2. Andy Pettitte 3. F.P....
Brian McKitish breaks down the top stealers of the month of August.
Ryan Zimmerman hit a two-run homer and had four RBIs and the Nationals ended Wandy Rodriguez's recent dominance at Minute Maid Park with an 11-6 win over the Astros.
Dmitri Young hit a three-run double to cap Washington's six-run fourth inning, helping the Nationals beat the Marlins 14-10.
The Nationals put center fielder Nook Logan on the 15-day disabled list Tuesday with a left foot injury and recalled Kory Casto from Triple-A Columbus.
The Washington Nationals lost two starters to injuries Monday: Shortstop Cristian Guzman strained his left hamstring and center fielder Nook Logan hyperextended his left foot.
Orlando Hudson's two-base error opened the door for the Washington Nationals to a score a run in the eighth and clip the Arizona Diamondbacks 5-4.
Kruk discusses the great play of the Oakland Athletics and Houston Astros.
John Kruk discusses the Manny Ramirez situation and Greg Maddux's latest accomplishment.
John Kruk takes a look at the Phillies' road woes, the Cardinals' starting pitching and much more.
John Kruk takes a look at the Arizona Diamondbacks and discusses how they've flown under the radar.
Carlos Pena's single off the glove of first baseman Mark Teixeira broke an eighth-inning tie and the Detroit Tigers went on to a 6-5 victory over the Texas Rangers on Wednesday.
Nook Logan tripled in the go-ahead run in the 11th inning as Detroit beat Chicago 3-2 for its fifth straight victory.
From Coco to Yorvit, Eric Neel takes on the MLB edition of the All-Name Team.