Sunday, April 18, 2021

The Washington Nationals v. Atlanta Braves Game Information

The latest information surrounding the Washington Nationals v. Atlanta Braves Series

There is a lot of information on the internet, so we figured that we help you sort through the latest schedule, ticket information and give you who seems to be out of the lineup due to the recent COVID-19 situation. 

Game Schedule:

  • Tuesday, April 6, 2021: Braves v. Nationals 4:05 pm EST (Season Opener) 
  • Wednesday, April 7, 2021: Braves v. Nationals 12:05 pm EST (Re-scheduled game from Monday, April 5, 2021)
  • Wednesday, April 7, 2021: Braves v. Nationals 4:05 pm EST

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Ticket Information* 

Those with tickets for Wednesday’s original game at 4:05 pm can attend both games of the doubleheader (first game 12:05 pm) or arrive at any time during the two games. The games will be seven-inning regulations. Fans who held Wednesday tickets and cannot make the 12:05 pm start time may arrive at any time in the afternoon and enjoy the remaining portion of the two games.

Most Recent Player Information

While we haven’t had any official confirmation, reporters who were at Nats Park on Monday afternoon reported that the Nationals held workouts in groups. According to Jesse Dougherty for the Washington Post [Twitter link], the workout had 26 players on the field. Here is the breakdown by position group

Starting Pitchers: Max Scherzer, Stephen Strasburg, Joe Ross, Erick Fedde, Austin Voth 

Relievers: Daniel Hudson, Tanner Rainey, Wander Suero, Kyle Finnegan, Luis Avilán, Sam Clay, Kyle McGowin, Ryne Harper.

Catchers: Tres Barrera, Raudy Read 

Infielders: Ryan Zimmerman, Starlin Castro, Carter Kieboom, Luis García, Adrián Sanchez, Hernán Pérez 

Outfielders: Juan Soto, Victor Robles, Andrew Stevenson, Yadiel Hernandez, Cody Wilson

Trea Turner, Josh Bell, Kyle Schwarber, Patrick Corbin, Yan Gomes, Alex Avila, and Jon Lester were missing from Monday’s afternoon workouts.

An announcement has yet to be made about when Washington’s series against the Mets will be made up.

*The Nats Report is not responsible for any changes to this information. Please use for background. Make sure to check the Nationals website for the latest.

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