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Old 07-01-2016, 04:13 PM
 
Location: Trumbull/Danbury
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Tuesday:


Mets 0 @ Nationals 5.


Rendon triple in the 2nd put them up 1-0, Harper hit a 2 run homer in the 5th, and Ramos had a 2 run double in the 7th. Lucas Giolito pitched well only allowing 1 hit (in the first inning I believe), but because the game got stopped for almost 90 minutes in the 4th, he only pitched 4 innings and hence was not in line for the win. Giolito allowed that 1 hit along with 2 walks and 1 strikeout in his 4 innings of work. Ollie Perez (2-1) pitched 2/3's of an inning with 1 strikeout to get the win, and Sammy Solis (4th hold) pitched 2 innings allowing 1 hit with 1 strikeout. Matt Harvey (4-10) pitched 3 2/3 on 1 run, 4 hits, 3 walks and 3 strikeouts and he as well did not come back out after the rain delay.


Wednesday:


Mets 2 @ Nationals 4.


5 of the 6 runs were scored on homers. Murphy had 2 for the Nats, his first in the 2nd and his second in the 8th to put them up 4-0, and Werth added a 3rd run on a sac fly in the 3rd. Mets 2 runs scored in the 9th on a Loney homer. Logan Varrett (3-5), making a spot start for Steven Matz, allowed 2 runs on 4 hits in 5 innings with 4 walks and 1 strikeout. Max Scherzer (9-5) pitched 7.1 scoreless innings allowing 2 hits with 1 walk and 10 strikeouts. Blake Treinen (9th hold) pitched a 3rd of an inning while Shawn Kelley (4th save) pitched the last inning an a 3rd with 3 hits & 2 runs (1 homer) with all 4 outs coming on strikeouts.


Thursday:


Reds 4 @ Nats 13.


If Espi keeps hitting like this, Turner can stay in Syracuse, or at the least continue in CF. After putting the first 3 on in the first, Gio Gonzalez escaped further trouble by getting Jay Bruce to ground into a DP. Ramos had a sac fly in the first to tie the game, and the Nats took the lead for good on a Zimmerman homer. Espi had his first of 2 homers on the day in the 3rd with a grand slam to make it 8-0, Chris Heisey singled in the 4th to go up 10-0, and Espi finished the scoring with his second homer, this time a 3 run shot. Joey Votto homer, Adam Duvall groundout, and a Tucker Barnhart single in the 6th finished the games scoring. Gonzalez (4-7) pitched 6 innings allowing 4 runs on 6 hits (1 homer) with 4 walks and 9 strikeouts in recording his first win since May 18. Brandon Finnegan (3-7) pitched 2.1 allowing 8 runs on 5 hits with 5 walks and 2 strikeouts.


Game 2 goes on Friday. Tanner Roark (7-5, 2.96) goes for the Nats while Anthony DeSclafani (2-0, 1.52) takes the ball for the Reds. Fireworks after the game so the game starts an hour earlier than normal at 6:05.
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Old 07-02-2016, 12:11 PM
 
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Reds 2 @ Nationals 3 (14 innings).


Murphy sac fly in the first put the Nats on the board, Tucker Barnhart tied the game in the 2nd with a single, and the other 2 runs were scored in the 6th: Adam Duvall single in the top half, and a Murph doubled in the bottom half. Game went scoreless until the 14th when Revere had the walkoff double with 2 outs. Tanner Roark allowed 8 hits & 2 runs in 7 innings with 3 walks and 4 strikeouts while Yusmiero Petit (3-1) allowed 1 hit in 2 innings with 1 strikeout and picked up the win. Anthony DeSclafani pitched 6.2 with 6 hits, 2 walks, and 8 strikeouts while Ross Ohlendorf (5-6) pitched 2.2 with 1 run on 2 hits with 1 walk and 2 strikeouts.


Game 3 of the series on Saturday night. Dan Straily (4-5, 4.38) takes the ball for the Reds, while Joe Ross (7-4, 3.30) starts for the Nats. Game time slated for 7:15 PM.
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Old 07-02-2016, 11:10 PM
 
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Reds 9 @ Nats 4 (10 innings)


Started off down 4-0, came all the way back to tie it and had a chance to win it in the 8th, and then completely fell apart in the 10th. Had it all this game, let's see what transpired. Adam Duvall double in the first scored Zack Cozart & Jose Peraza to put the Reds up 2-0, Brandon Phillips singled Duvall home later in the first, and Cozart made it 4-0 with a double in the 2nd. Nats got on the board in the 3rd with a Revere triple that just got by a Billy Hamilton dive, Espinosa had a 2 run homer in the 8th to make it a 1 run game, and Harper singled later on in the inning to tie it, but Robinson popped out to short with the bases loaded to end the threat and pretty much the last scoring chance the Nats had on the night as they went 1-2-3 in the 9th, and the only runner that reached base in the 10th reached on an error. Tucker Barnhart singled home the winning run in the 9th, and Phillips scored a second run on the play on a Harper error, Hamilton added a 7th run when he scored on a wild pitch, a Peraza single scored Barnhart to make it 8-4, and a Jay Bruce ground out scored Cozart for the final tally on the scoreboard. Dan Straily pitched 7 innings allowing 3 runs on 2 hits (1 homer) with 3 walks and 4 strikeouts. Blake Wood (3rd blown save) pitched 2/3's of an inning allowing 1 run on 1 hit with 1 strikeout but got victimized by allowing 3 walks, while Josh Smith (1-1) pitched 1.1 hitless innings with a strikeout. Joe Ross pitched 5.1 with 4 runs on 10 hits with 0 walks and 2 strikeouts, while Sammy Solis (1-3) pitched 1/3 of an inning allowing 4 runs (3 earned) on 3 hits with 1 walk and 0 strike outs and took the loss.


Final game of the series and the season series goes Sunday. John Lamb (1-4, 4.60) starts for the Reds, while the Nats will activate Stephen Strasburg (10-0, 2.90) off the DL prior to the game to start. Game time slated for 1:35.
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Old 07-03-2016, 09:12 PM
 
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Reds 1 @ Nats 12.


They busted out the hitting shoes today: 6 home runs, and 9 of the 12 runs scored off those 6 homers. Oh and it wasn't even the talk of the town as Strasburg, in his first start off the DL left with a no hitter.
Ramos homer in the 2nd started the scoring, and Espi, continuing his hit barrage with a grand slam in the 4th (you know he has more home runs & RBI's now then Harper does?? Bet you didn't know that!) Harper had his own home run in the 5th, and also in the inning Ramos doubled and Espi singled to bring in 2 more runs. Murph double in the 6th made it 9-0, and Rendon & Espi back-to-back home runs in the 7th made it 11-0. Ramon Cabrera broke up the combined no hitter in the 8th with a single to left off of Belisle and he came around to score the Reds lone run of the afternoon on a Jose Peraza single, and the Nats would get that run back in the bottom half with Drew hitting the 6th and last home run on the day. John Lamb (1-5) allowed 8 runs on 8 hits (3 homers) with 4 walks and 5 strikeouts in 4.1. Strasburg (11-0) pitched 6.2 hitless innings with 5 strikeouts but he did allow 4 walks however.


Nats stay at home, and weather permitting will open a 3 game series with the Brewers beginning Monday morning, a breakfast with the Nats game! The Brewers look like they are a rain magnet this week: the final 2 games in St. Louis were both delayed due to rain, and multiple rain delays on Sunday caused the Sunday game to end around 8:30 at night, so it's going to be a long 14 hours for the Brewers with the 1,000 mile + travel combined with the early morning start, however the forecast calls for rain in DC starting around 9 AM and continuing throughout the morning into the evening. If this game does get played it'll be Junior Guerra (5-1, 3.25) for the Brewers against Max Scherzer (9-5, 3.30) for the Nats with an 11:05 AM scheduled first pitch. The Reds head to Chicago for 3 games against the Cubs beginning Monday afternoon.
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Old 07-04-2016, 05:56 PM
 
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Explain 7/4 game please. 7 his, 6 walks, combined.


Time of game: 3:01


How is this not a 2:15-2:20 max time of game?
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Old 07-04-2016, 10:49 PM
 
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Brewers 1 @ Nats 0.


A Martin Maldonado home run was the only run scored on the day in the 5th inning.........and it was the half inning I decided to run out to Dunkin Donuts to get my coffee, so I missed the only run of the game . The Nats only had 5 base runners all afternoon (2 hits, & 3 walks) and the biggest scoring threat they had was in the 6th when they loaded the bases with 2 outs, but Ramos struck out. Junior Guerra (6-1) pitched 7.1 allowing 2 hits with 2 walks and 7 strikeouts, Will Smith (6th hold) got the last 2 outs of the 8th, and than turned it over to Jeremy Jeffers (22nd save) who allowed 1 base runner in the 9th. Max Scherzer (9-6) allowed that 1 lone run, on 4 hits with 3 walks and 7 strikeouts and his 21st homer allowed on the season.


Game 2 on Tuesday: Kyle Davis (5-4, 4.22) starts for the Brewers while Gio Gonzalez (4-7, 4.81) takes the ball for the Nats. Game time at 7:05.


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Explain 7/4 game please. 7 his, 6 walks, combined.


Time of game: 3:01


How is this not a 2:15-2:20 max time of game?

I have no idea. The Blue Jays/Royals game later in the night had 8 runs, 10 hits and 6 walks combined and that was 2:10. They both should have been around 2:20 to 2:30
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Old 07-04-2016, 11:44 PM
 
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7express, you really are a true diehard Nats fan. Would you ever move to Washington DC and buy season tickets for the Nats?
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Old 07-05-2016, 08:55 AM
 
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7express, you really are a true diehard Nats fan. Would you ever move to Washington DC and buy season tickets for the Nats?

I might move to DC down the road but I could never afford season tickets. Mini plans (10 or 20 games) are about to the extent of buying season tickets.
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Old 07-05-2016, 09:02 AM
 
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Mickey Vernon's gone but Roy Sievers is still available.
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Old 07-05-2016, 10:41 PM
 
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Brewers 5 @ Nats 2.


Definitely not what I would have expected. Before the series in Milwaukee a couple weeks ago, the Brewers hadn't won a series against the Nats since I think 2011, and now this year they'll finish no worse than 4-2 with 2 series wins. Rendon singled in the 2nd to give the Nats their only lead of the game which was short lived as the Brewers tied it the next half inning on an Aaron Hill single, Hernan Perez gave the Brewers the lead for good in the 6th with a 2 run homer, and in the 7th Hill added another 2 run homer. Revere singled for the Nats in the 7th to complete the games scoring. Kyle Davies (6-2) pitched 6.2 allowing 2 runs on 9 hits with 1 walk and 3 strikeouts. Will Smith (7th hold) and Tyler Thornborg (15th hold) combined to pitch 1 1/3 with 1 hit, 1 strike out and 0 walks combined. Jeremy Jeffers (23rd save) allowed base hits to the first 2 batters he faced, but then got a double play from Clint Robinson, and a groundout by Revere to end the game. Gio Gonzalez (4-8) allowed 3 runs on 7 hits in 6 innings (1 homer) with 3 walks and 4 strikeouts.


Nats will try to avoid the sweep on Wednesday: Matt Garza (1-1, 3.74) starts for the Brewers, and he'll be opposed by Tanner Roark (7-5, 2.93) who starts for the Nats. Game time a late afternoon 4:05 starts.

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