Barry Svrluga, Washington Post

Barry Svrluga

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Recent articles by Barry:

The options for a Commanders stadium site: Bad, worse and nonexistent

The reception from various municipalities tells all anyone needs to know about the state of the franchise. → Read More

Stephen Strasburg is back on the bump, and that’s a start for the Nats

They're "baby steps," but Strasburg was feeling good after a rehab start. The Nationals need that to continue. → Read More

Trea Turner’s return is a reminder of what was — and what could be

Trea Turner's departure ended an era for the Nationals, but his rapid rise shows how quickly things can change. → Read More

Nationals’ next step toward a potential sale: Making financial details available

Would-be buyers who are preapproved by Major League Baseball soon will be able to access the club’s financial information. → Read More

The Nationals aren’t just bad. They’re hard to watch.

Physical errors happen. Mental errors shouldn’t. → Read More

Alex Ovechkin’s situation isn’t as simple as Putin is ‘my president’

The Capitals' star could consider the impact speaking out — even subtly — might have not just on himself and his family, but also on Russians and Ukrainians. → Read More

What questions do you have about the PGA Championship? Ask The Post.

Barry Svrluga answers your questions about Phil Mickelson's exile, Tiger Woods's chances and other story lines this weekend at Southern Hills. → Read More

After another playoff loss, the Capitals’ proud core faces hard questions

Eventually, the team's aging stalwarts will have to be supporting characters for spry legs who can do the heavy lifting. → Read More

The Capitals need every body against Florida, and a huge one is absent

As the Capitals slug it out with top-seeded Florida, it's hard not to wonder how Tom Wilson could impact this series. → Read More

Max Homa’s PGA Tour opponents believe he can compete. Now he does, too.

Max Homa knows the highs and lows of pro golf, and the journey continues. But at the Wells Fargo Championship, he became a four-time PGA Tour winner. → Read More

The underdog Capitals are putting the top-seeded Panthers to the test

The Capitals know the pressure of being the top seed. The Panthers are learning. → Read More

Francesco Molinari and Rickie Fowler were dominant once. Now they grind.

The trajectory of golfers’ careers are marked by the squiggliest lines, as Francesco Molinari and Rickie Fowler can attest. → Read More

Rory McIlory, once a carefree phenom, has grown into the conscience of golf

McIlroy comes back to Washington, where he had one of his greatest triumph, as his sport's deepest, most developed and most eloquent voice. → Read More

Ilya Samsonov or Vitek Vanecek? Caps must pick a goalie and ride him.

Entering a playoff matchup against the top-seeded Florida Panthers, Coach Peter Laviolette can't waffle over his decision in net. → Read More

For Juan Soto and the Nats, this has to be the low point, right?

Juan Soto says he's “kind of struggling,” and the Nationals are lost without him. → Read More

Alex Ovechkin is hurt, but you just know he’ll be back for the playoffs

This Russian machine has never broken. Expect the Washington Capitals' captain back when it counts. → Read More

MASN still hangs over the Nationals, but there might be cause for hope

There might be some light at the end of a MASN tunnel that for so long has seemed to extend to the earth’s core. → Read More

This season at Nats Park: Plenty of good seats and a quest to find joy

This year is an adjustment for everyone, from the front office to the players to the fans. → Read More

The Lerners selling the Washington Nationals would be jarring

Sports teams feel like a civic trust, which is why a potential change in Nationals ownership feels so jarring. → Read More

Will the Lerner family sell the Nationals? Ask The Post.

Barry Svrluga answers your questions about the Washington Nationals, the team's ownership status and the new MLB season. → Read More