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Bryce Harper returns to Washington for what could be his final homestand as a National

MIAMI — The Washington Nationals flew home to Washington early Wednesday morning, landed at Dulles International Airport and drove back to their apartments, many of which are probably packed up by now. Even in playoff seasons, the clubhouse staff helps players pack up their lockers and ship out stuffed

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Brewers' Chase Anderson: Takes loss in short start

Anderson (9-8) gave up three runs on six hits in a loss to the Reds on Tuesday, recording five strikeouts and two walks in 3.2 innings. Anderson gave up four extra-base hits in the short outing, including a two-run homer by Jose Peraza in the first inning. This was Anderson's shortest outing since

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Orioles rewind: Looking back at Tuesday night's 6-4 loss to the Blue Jays

The 1988 Orioles are off the hook. Tuesday night's 6-4 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays was No. 108, breaking the team's record for futility set 30 years ago. Across the Orioles' young-and-getting-younger clubhouse, where 19 of their 35 active players are rookies, some cope with the team-record

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