The Nationals' collapse — most painful fold ever?

The Washington Nationals walked down a path of success no one expected this season — save for their manager, Davey Johnson, who told everyone in spring training they would be good and should win the National League East. It likely won't be their only

Drew Storen in agony. (John McDonnell – THE WASHINGTON POST) I know it's late to blog about the loss by the Nats Friday night — make that very early Saturday morning — but it's taken me this long to stop moaning and uncurl from the fetal position.

Washington Nationals' right-hander Stephen Strasburg's season ended over a month before the rest of his team was eliminated from the postseason, but still made headlines in the season's last week.

One of these unbelievers must be the Washington Nationals' General Manager Mike Rizzo. He not only incredibly shut down his best pitcher a few weeks before the playoffs, but allowed the even more unthinkable to happen: watching mascot Teddy

One of these unbelievers must be the Washington Nationals' General Manager Mike Rizzo. He not only incredibly shut down his best pitcher a few weeks before the playoffs, but allowed the even more unthinkable to happen: watching mascot Teddy