A masterful outing by All-Star right-hander Kevin Gausman has become a common trend this season. It proved important once again Sunday, as the Giants closed …
San Francisco fell back below .500 for the first time since July 20 in their 4-0 defeat to the Nationals
The Phillies spent 2018 one piece short of a legitimate run at the postseason.
The Giants entered Wednesday with a chance to sweep their first series of 2018 and reach .500 for the first time since April 12. Instead, …
With help from the blazing bats of Brandon Belt and Mac Williamson, Ty Blach and the Giants handed the struggling Nationals a fourth-straight loss.
This year, just like last year, there figures to be one team standing head shoulders above the rest of the NL East: the Nationals.
The Nationals proved to be too much as they snuck past the A’s late, claiming an 11-10 series clincher.
The Oakland Athletics refused to be shown up by the National League’s top dog, returning the favor of one day prior handing the Washington Nationals a 10-4 defeat Saturday afternoon.
The Washington Nationals were able to hang a 20-spot in the hit column, earning a 13-3 thrashing of the hapless Oakland Athletics.
It’s not been for a lack of hustle, but the out-of-sync Giants (22-33) were swept by the Nationals 33-19) after falling 3-1 Wednesday night.
Despite unrelenting boos from fans when Bryce Harper took the batter’s box, the dust seemed to have settled in the wake of Monday’s madness.
Hunter Pence, George Kontos and Mac Williamson had to literally drag Hunter Strickland into the dugout after the eighth inning scrum.
The Oakland Athletics experienced the highest of highs and the lowest of lows in week one of 2017.
The National League East is not viewed as a powerhouse division. But with teams of the caliber of the Washington Nationals and New York Mets how could that be?
Staff writer Kalama Hines explains how the postseason will go down for the National League.
In a slow, dizzy moment, the Giants team and crowd realized what they had just witnessed.
Johnny Cueto’s outing Thursday wasn’t exactly typical, and the Giants dropped their eighth game of the last 10.
Joe Panik has returned after a month-long stint on the concussion DL and is in the starting lineup Thursday night against Washington.
The 2015 NL East produced two memorable plot lines: the NLCS champion New York Mets, and a whole lot of mediocrity.
A team with the seventh-highest salary watched two division rivals play in the postseason one of which, the Astros, featured the league’s second-lowest salary.