Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper is not convinced he can begin a rehab assignment as quickly as his manager believes.
Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper was given a cortisone injection in his swollen left knee, and he will wear a brace to ensure he rests the joint.
Stephen Strasburg is getting a different type of shutdown, a stint on the disabled list because of a strained muscle in his back.
The Nationals said Saturday an MRI showed a slight strain in Stephen Strasburg's lat instead of his oblique, and the team is hoping the right-hander can avoid the disabled list.
Stephania Bell has updates on several key injured players, including Curtis Granderson, Bryce Harper, Chris Perez and David Price.
Outfielder Bryce Harper is back in the Washington Nationals' lineup after missing two games because of a bruised left knee.
Washington Nationals left fielder Bryce Harper was out of the lineup Saturday for a second consecutive game after having an ingrown toenail removed, while right fielder Jayson Werth went on the 15-day disabled list with a strained right hamstring.
Washington pitcher Stephen Strasburg was expected to make his next scheduled start after experiencing no pain during a bullpen session Wednesday before the Nationals played the Atlanta Braves.
Nationals pitcher Stephen Strasburg does not have an arm injury, according to general manager Mike Rizzo.
Washington manager Davey Johnson says pitcher Stephen Strasburg has "a little tightness" in his right forearm and was seen by a doctor after Monday night's start against Atlanta.
Bryce Harper has been scratched from the Washington Nationals' lineup because of swelling in his left hand.
Stephania Bell talks with Ryan Zimmerman, Wilson Ramos and Dan Haren at Washington Nationals training camp about their injury issues heading into the season.
Nationals third baseman Ryan Zimmerman planned to get a cortisone shot for his right shoulder before Washington's doubleheader against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Wednesday.
Stephania Bell discusses when Jayson Werth, David Ortiz, Evan Longoria and Joey Votto will return from the DL.
Tristan H. Cockcroft has his Top 75 reliever rankings and looks at a number of closers who started the year on the DL and are expected to return soon.
Washington Nationals rookie outfielder Bryce Harper not expecting to miss any games due to sore back.