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Old 08-14-2016, 05:18 PM
 
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So what is the September lineup going to be ???

The Syracuse Chiefs (AAA team) have one of the worst AAA records in baseball, so hopefully most of the guys still on the major league team
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Old 08-15-2016, 11:45 AM
 
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Braves 1 @ Nats 9


Nats got 3 runs in the first: An error on a Revere bunt, a Harper double, and a Rendon sac fly. Erick Aybar single in the 3rd got the Braves their only run, Ramos sac fly & a Rendon homer in the 5th put the Nats up 7-1, and a Ramos single in the 7th and a Heisey home run in the 8th finished the scoring. Roark allowed 1 run on 5 hits in 7 innings with 1 walk and 2 strikeouts. Tyrell Jenkins allowed 7 runs on 6 hits (1 home run) in 4.2 with 3 walks and 1 strikeout.


Nats head on the road for a 9 game road trip beginning with 3 in Colorado on Monday evening. Jorge de la Rosa (7-7, 5.25) starts for Colorado while Max Scherzer (12-7, 2.80) starts for the Nats. Really with Max's propensity for the gopher ball combined with Coors Field, it looks like the scoreboard operator better be ready for a lot of runs, could be a long night. Braves have Monday off, and head home for a 2 game interleague set against the Twins beginning on Tuesday night.
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Old 08-16-2016, 01:40 PM
 
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Nats 5 @ Rockies 4.


David Dahl 2 run double and a Daniel Descalso sac fly in the first put the Rockies up 3-0. Werth homer in the 3rd got them back to within 1, before the Roxs restored a 2 run lead with a Charlie Blackmon home run in the 4th. Murphy single in the 5th, Ramos home run in the 6th, and a Harper double in the 7th each accounted for 1 run and finished the scoring. Jorge de la Rosa allowed 4 runs on 6 hits (2 home runs) with 4 walks and 4 strikeouts in 6 innings and Jordan Lyles (3-4) took the loss with 1 run on 1 hit in 1/3 of an inning. Scherzer allowed 4 runs on 7 hits (1 home run) with 2 walks and 3 strikeouts in 4 innings. Solis (2-3) picked up the win allowing 2 hits in a scoreless inning, Treinen (14th hold) and Kelley (9th hold) pitched 1.2 with 2 strikeouts, and Melancon (4th save [34th overall]) threw only 4 pitches in the 9th retiring the Roxs in order. Talk about efficiency!


Gio Gonzalez (8-9, 4.24) takes the ball for the Nats and he'll be opposed by the Roxs Chad Bettis (10-6, 5.27). Game time goes at 8:40 PM.
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Old 08-20-2016, 12:06 PM
 
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Tuesday:
Nats 2 @ Rockies 6.


Harper ground out & a Ramos single put the Nats up 2-0 before the Roxs tied it with a DJ LeMahieu home run tied it up in the bottom half. Nolan Arenado ground out in the 5th, Arenado sac fly in the 7th, and a David Dahl 2 run double in the 7th added the final 4 runs for the Roxs. Both starters: Gonzalez for the Nats and Chad Betis for the Roxs each lasted only 3 innings due to a 2+ hour rain delay after the 3rd inning. Petit (3-3) allowed 1 run on 3 hits with 0 walks and 2 strikeouts in 3 innings and took the loss in relief. Chris Rusin (3-4) pitched 3 scoreless innings of relief coming out of the delay with 3 hits, 0 walks and 2 strikeouts. Matt Carasiti (1st hold) & Boone Logan (21st hold) allowed 1 walk in 1 inning.


Wednesday:
Nats 10 @ Rockies 12.


Rockies batted around in the first inning when they scored 7 runs. Arenado single scored run, Gerardo Parra had a bases loaded bases clearing double, Tony Wolters double scored 1 and the pitcher Jon Gray added the final 2 runs with a 2 run double. Rendon double and a Brian Goodwin single got the Nats on the board in the 2nd, while a Parra triple and a Ben Paulsen infield hit restored the 7 run cushion. Difo single & Turner single in the 4th and a Harper 2 run homer in the 5th got the Nats within 3. Wolters home run, LeMahieu single and Arenado sac fly in the 5th got the Roxs lead back to 12-6. Turner scored on a wild pitch in the 6th, Pedro Severino hit a home run in the 7th, Werth sac fly in the 8th, and a Heisey home run in the 9th finished the scoring. Gray pitched 4 innings allowing 4 runs on 6 hits, with 1 walk and 3 strikeouts. Logan (2-2) picked up the win pitching 2/3 of an inning and striking out the only 2 batters he faced, and Scott Oberg (1st save) allowed 1 run on 1 hit (Heisey home run) with 2 strikeouts in the 9th. Strasburg (15-4) got knocked out in the 2nd inning lasting only 1.2 allowing 9 runs on 9 hits with 3 walks and 3 strikeouts.


Thursday:
Nats 8 @ Braves 2.


Turner & Harper scored on a Matt Kemp fielding error in the first, Nick Markaikis sac fly in the 4th got the Braves back to within 1, A Werth double in the 5th restored the 2 run lead, and Freddie Freeman scored on a Kemp ground out in the 6th to get back to within 1. Rendon hit by pitch with the bases loaded scored a run, Robinson single scored 1, Espinosa bases loaded walk added another run, a passed ball by Tyler Flowers added a 4th run in the inning, and a Turner sac fly added the 8th and final run. Rob Whalen (1-2) allowed 3 runs (only 1 earned) with 3 walks and 6 strikeouts in 6 innings. Lopez (2-1) allowed 2 runs (1 earned) and 4 hits in 7 innings with 2 walks and a career high 11 strikeouts.


Friday:
Nats 7 @ Braves 6.


Harper ground out in the first scored Turner, Revere & Harper singles in the 5th made it 3-0, and the Nats pushed the lead to 5-0 in the 6th on an error and a Turner ground out. Ender Inciarte home run in the 6th made it 5-2 and a Markaikis home run in the 7th made it 5-3. Another Braves error in the 8th made it 6-3, but the Braves tied it in the bottom half on an Inciarte fielders choice and a Freeman 2 run double, before Robinson got the game-winning single in the 9th. Roark allowed 3 runs on 4 hits (2 home runs) with 3 walks and 3 strikeouts in 6.1 innings. Treinen (15th hold) and Belisle (4th hold) combined to pitch 1 inning allowing 2 runs (1 earned) with 0 walks, 1 strikeout and 0 hits. Koda Glover (1-0, 1st blown save) allowed 1 walk and 1 hit and 1 run (unearned) and Freeman's game-tying double so he recorded his first career blown save, but also picked up his first career win after Robinson's single. Melancon (5th save [35th overall) allowed 1 hit & 2 strikeouts in the 9th.


The 4 game Series continues Saturday night. Max Scherzer (12-7, 2.95) starts for the Nats and Tyrell Jenkins (2-3, 4.89) starts for the Braves. Game time at 7:10
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Old 08-21-2016, 03:00 PM
 
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Nats 11 @ Braves 9.


Zimmerman homered in his first game off the DL in the 2nd for a 1-0 lead. Chace d'Arnaud fielders choice and an Adonis Garcia 2 run double in the bottom half would put the Braves up 3-1 before the Nats would take the lead for good with a 8 run 4th inning starting with a Murphy (who else??) home run. They also got runs from: Rendon, Wilmer Difo & Scherzer who each got RBI singles, a Turner 3 run homer, and a Harper RBI single. Scherzer reached on an infield single in the 7th to push the lead to 10-3. Ender Inciarte scored on a wild pitch in the 7th to cut it to 10-4, and Jeff Francouer single and an Inciarte fielderfs choice in the 8th got it to 10-6 heading into the 9th. Zimmerman sac fly tacked on the 11th & final Nats run of the night while Braves got 2 back in the 9th a jace Pederson RBI single and a d'Arnaud 2 run double which concluded the scoring. Scherzer (13-7) allowed 4 run son 6 hits with 3 walks and 6 strikeouts in 6.1. Kelley (10th hold) pitch a hitless 2/3 of an inning and picked up a hold while Melancon (6th save [36th overall]) allowed 1 hit in 1/3 of an inning to close out the win with the save. Tyrell Jenkins (2-4) allowed 9 runs on 8 hits (3 home runs) with 2 walks and 3 strikeouts in 3.1.


Series finale goes on Sunday. Joel de la Cruz (0-6, 3.72) takes the ball for the Braves while Gio Gonzalez (8-9, 4.28) starts for the Nats. Game time at 1:35
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Old 08-22-2016, 03:27 PM
 
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Nats 6 @ Braves 7 (10 innings).


Murphy fielders choice and a Harper 3 run homer put the Nats up 4-0 in the 3rd. Markaikis had a 2 run double in the 3rd and he scored on a sac fly when Turner couldn't get the ball out of his glove, 1 of a season high 5 errors for the Nats on the afternoon. Heisey home run in the 6th got the lead back to 3 but the Braves cut into it on a Jace Pederson infield hit which scored Anthony Recker on a throwing error in the 6th & a Matt Kemp home run in the 7th to cut it to 1. After a rain delay, Gordan Beckham tied the game on a bases loaded double play ball to force extras and Pederson had the 2 out, 2 strike walk off home run in the 10th. As I said at the end of the Pirates series last month if you're going to lose in extra innings you may as well lose with dignity and as early as possible. With the Mets & Marlins basically non factors for the division at this point I'd rather give up 4 straight intentional walks in the 10th inning with 2 outs then have to throw a pitch in the 11th. Joel de la Cruz allowed 6 runs on 7 hits (2 homers) with 2 walks and 4 strikeouts in 5.2. Jose Ramirez (1-0) pitch 1 inning of relief with 1 hit & 1 strikeout to pick up the win. Gonzalez allowed 4 runs (3 earned) in 5.2 with 3 walks and 8 strikeouts. Petit (1st hold) allowed 2 runs (1 earned) on 2 hits (1 homer) with 1 walk and 1 strikeout in 1.1 innings. Treinen (1st blown save) pitch 2 innings didn't allow a run or a hit, walked 1 & struck out 2 but because he allowed the "double play" to tie the game he gets the "blown save." There's just so many things wrong with this that I really don't want to get into it because it'll make me even more angry then I already am about that! And Kelley (1-2) allowed 1 run on 1 hit (the Pederson walk off) with 0 walks or no strike outs.


The Nats head to Baltimore for the home-and-home interleague "rival" series which I believe is the last interleague-"rival" series to take place this year. I'll post the other matchups on the bottom of the page and when they took place....or at least when I thought they took place. There will be 2 games in Baltimore Monday-Tuesday & than 2 games in Washington Wednesday-Thursday and another thing that drives me absolutely crazy: Even though the teams are the same, & the umpires are the same ESPN still treats this as 2 separate series. Why?? Dylan Bundy (6-4, 3.36) starts for the Orioles while AJ Cole (season debut) starts for the Nats as Strasburg was placed on the DL. Really, I didn't want him facing this team in this ballpark anyways. Braves head to Phoenix for a 4 game series with the D'Backs which begins on Monday.


As for the Interleague "rivalry" series (at least this year. I know they change the West teams up a lot [the Astros, Rangers & Mariners will alternate between the Rockies, Padres & D'Backs as their "rival" while the Jays & Red Sox alternate between the Phillies & Braves each year]):


Yankees-Mets (Permanent): Took place early August for sure
Orioles-Nationals (Permanent): Taking place this week
Rays-Marlins (Permanent): Mid-late May for sure
Red Sox-Braves (NOT permanent). Late April for sure
Blue Jays-Phillies (NOT permanent). Mid June for sure
Tigers-Pirates (Permanent). Early April for sure. I believe it was the first of the year
Twins-Brewers (Permanent). Mid April for sure. Happen like a week after the Tigers-Pirates series was
White Sox-Cubs (Permanent). Late July for sure
Royals-Cardinals (Permanent). Late June for sure
Indians-Reds (Permanent). Mid May for sure
Dodgers-Angels (Permanent). Mid May for sure
Giants-A's (Permanent). Late June for sure
Rockies-Rangers (NOT permanent). Mid August (believe it was last week actually).
D'Backs-Astros (NOT permanent [though it might be now. They were each other's interleague "rival" last season too. For comparisons sake last year: The Mariners "rival" was the Rockies, the Rangers "rival" was the Padres, Red Sox "rival" were the Phillies and the Blue Jays "rival" were the Braves. If the D'backs/Astros are "rivals" again next year too I'll put it in the permanent category next year]). Anyways, this series took place in late May.
Padres-Mariners (Not permanent [even though up until 2 years ago I had always thought this was a permanent match it's really not). Happened in late May. Even though no one was watching this series back then (the Mariners sucked on memorial day when they played game 1) this was notable for a few reasons: In game 2 in Seattle, that turned out to be James Shields last start with the Padres. Game 4 in San Diego saw the Mariners down 12-2 heading into the 6th inning and the Mariners scored 14 runs between the 6th & 7th innings to win.


So yup, looks like the Orioles/Nats is the only one that hasn't been played yet. Should be fun.
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Old 08-23-2016, 01:00 PM
 
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Nats 3 @ Orioles 4.


Murph single in the first got the Nats a 1-0 lead, Jonathan Schoop for Baltimore (3rd) and Rendon (4th) each traded solo home runs to give the Nats a 2-1 advantage after 3.5 before Baltimore got 3 in the bottom of the 4th to take the lead for good: 1 on a Chris Davis double that tied the game, and 2 on a Mark Trumbo home run which gave them the lead for good, and an Espi home run in the 7th added the final margin. A.J. Cole (0-1) pitched 7 innings allowing 4 runs on 5 hits (2 home runs) with 2 walks and 8 strikeouts. Dylan Bundy (7-4) allowed 2 runs on 3 hits (1 home run) with 4 strikeouts and 4 walks. Mychal Givens (9th hold), Donnie Hart (1st hold) and Brad Brach (20th hold) combined for 2 innings allowing 1 run on 2 hits (1 homer) with 1 walk and 3 strikeouts. Zach Brittan (38th save) locked down his 38th save in as many chances this season with a 1-2-3 9th with 2 strikeouts.


Tuesday marks the finale in Baltimore before they play 2 games at Nationals park in DC Wednesday-Thursday. Following the Thursday game, the Nats will stay at home and welcome in the Colorado Rockies while the Orioles will head up 95 to the Bronx to take on the Yankees. Tuesday games has Reynaldo Lopez (2-1, 4.37) for the Nats against Kevin Gausman (4-10, 4.11) with a 7:05 start. Wednesday
s schedule starters are Wade Miley for the O's (7-10, 5.58) and Tanner Roark (13-6, 2.87) for Washington with a 7:05 PM start. Thursday's scheduled starters are Max Scherzer for Washington (13-7, 3.05) and Chris Tillman (15-5, 3.76) with a 7:05 PM start as well. Friday against the Rockies are Jeff Hoffman (0-1, 13.50) one of the players that came over from the Blue Jays in the Tulowitski/Reyes trade last year making his second career start for the Rockies and he'll go up against Gio Gonzalez (8-9, 4.30) with a 7:05 PM start, and Saturday has a scheduled pitching matchup of A.J. Cole (0-1, 5.14) against the Rockies Jorge de la Rosa (8-7, 5.07) with a 1:05 PM start. I'm traveling down to Washington for the games Thursday, Friday & Saturday so I'll have a week recap when I come back if no one gets to it before then.
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Old 08-28-2016, 12:11 PM
 
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Tuesday:
Nats 1 @ Orioles 8.


Mark Trumbo singled in the first, to put Baltimore up 1-0, Matt Weiters double and an Adam Jones single made the score 3-0, and Jonathan Schoop double and a Murphy error made the score 6-0 in the 2rd. Espi single in the 7th got the Nats lone run of the game, while a Weiters single in the 7th & a Chris Davis home run in the 8th added the 7th & 8th runs for Baltimore. Lopez (2-2) allowed 6 runs (4 earned) on 7 hits with 3 walks and 2 strikeouts in 2.2. Kevin Gausman (5-10) pitched 6 scoreless allowing 6 hits, 2 walks and 2 strikeouts. Vance Worley (1st save) allowed 1 run on 4 hits with 1 strikeout and 0 walks in 3 innings for the save.


Wednesday:
Orioles 10 @ Nats 8.


Manny Machado 2 run homer, Weiters bases-loaded hit by pitch, and a JJ Hardy sac fly in the first put the Orioles up 4-0. Rendon double in the first and a Jones double in the 2nd restored Baltimore's lead at 5-1. Espi homer in the 5th & a Murph single in the 7th cut the lead to 2. Machado single, Schoop single & a Weiters 3 run homer in the 8th put the Orioles up 10-3 before the Nats made a late charge with a Murphy grand slam and a Rendon double in the 9th cut the deficit to 10-8. The Rendon double was the first run allowed for Orioles closer Zach Brittain since April. See later as to why he didn't get credit with a save, it happened with Melancon and the Nats 2 days later. Wade Miley (8-10) allowed 2 runs on 7 hits (1 homer) with 1 walk and 8 strikeouts. Mychal Givens (10th hold) & Donnie Hart (2nd hold) allowed 1 run on 3 hits with 4 strikeouts and 0 walks in 2 innings. Roark (13-7) allowed 5 runs (4 earned) on 7 hits (1 homer) with 3 walks and 4 strikeouts in 5 innings.


Thursday:
Orioles 0 @ Nats 4.


Werth homer in the 4th made it 1-0 and that's where it stayed until the 8th when the Nats scored 3 runs off of Logan Ondrusek with back-to-back doubles by Murphy & Harper. Ubaldo Jiminez (5-11) filling in for Tillman who went on the DL Wednesday pitched his best game of the year allowing 1 run on 5 hits (1 homer) with 0 walks and 4 strikeouts. Scherzer (14-7) allowed only 2 hits with 0 walks and 10 strikeouts in 8 innings. I loved his quote after the game "I heard the Orioles fans getting loud there in the 8th inning, and that really pissed me off." After Trumbo lead off with a single he struck out the next 2 batters and after Trumbo stole second on a ball in the dirt he retired Hardy on a harmless fly to left field.


Friday:
Rockies 5 @ Nats 8.


Werth homered in the first to put the Nats up 1-0, and Daniel Descalso tied it with a sac fly in the 2nd. Murph ground out in the 3rd scored Turner (and this is how fast Turner is, it was a ground ball to first with the infield in and there wasn't even a throw to the plate) before Nick Hundley tied it in the 4th with a double. Nats took the lead for good on a Lobaton bases loaded double play ball in the 4th and a Murph home run (his 500th career RBI) in the 5th made it 4-2. Nats blew it open in the 7th with a Werth RBI double, a Harper 2 RBI triple, and a Rendon sac fly and Hundley added the last 3 runs off the game with a 3 run homer off of Shawn Kelley, who had his first career at bat in the bottom of the 8th. Jeff Hoffman (0-2) allowed 4 runs (3 earned) on 6 hits (2 homers) with 4 walks and 3 strikeouts in 6 innings. Gio (9-9) picked up his 100th career win allowing 2 runs on 4 hits with 1 walk and 5 strikeouts in 6 innings. Koda Glover (1st hold) pitched 1.1 hitless innings with 2 strikeouts to pick up his first career hold. And there was some debate as to why Mark Melancon didn't get credited with the save (and why Zach Brittain didn't get credited with 1 on Wednesday when he came in). IF you come in with a 3 run lead it is ONLY a save IF: A) you start the inning from the first batter or B) You come in with either the tying run on base, at the plate, or on deck. Since Brittain came in after the Murphy grand slam Wednesday, the tying run was in the hole, which does not count as a save situation, and Kelley retired the next batter AFTER the Hundley home run before Melancon came in for the final out, and like Brittain, the tying run was not at the plate, not on deck, and not on base, so no save in that situation.


Saturday:
Rockies 9 @ Nats 5 (11 innings).


This game is NOT going on the Tom Emanski defense drills video. Charlie Blackman homered in the 3rd, and after 2 outs following a Nolan Arenado single and David Dahl single in the 4th we decided to intentionally walk the 8th hitter which completely failed miserably, as Cole threw the first pitch away which allowed Arenado to score, and than the pitcher Jorge de la Rosa scored Dahl with a single. Nats tied it in the bottom half on a Harper double, Ramos single & Espi groundout. After Blackman singled to lead off the seventh DJ LeMahieu laid down a perfect bunt which newcomer Marc Rzepczynski hereby known as his nickname "Scrabble" fielded, threw underhanded to first and threw it away which allowed Blackman to advance to 3rd, and he scored on a groundout by Carlos Gonzalez. Werth tied the game and forced extra innings with a 2 out, 2 strike single to LF scoring Revere, but he got left stranded on 2nd after Murphy grounded out. Blackman & Gonzalez each had 2 run homers in the 11th, and Hundley added a 5th run on a single later on in the inning. Cole allowed 3 runs on 4 hits (1 homer) with 3 walks and 4 strikeouts in 5.2 while Petit (3-4) allowed 5 runs on 7 hits (2 homers) with 2 strikeouts and 0 walks. De la Rosa allowed 3 runs on 8 hits with 1 walk and 8 strikeouts in 5 innings. Boone Logan (23rd hold) & Carlos Estevez (10th hold) combined to pitch 1 hitless inning allowing 1 walk & 2 strikeouts. Adam Ottavino (3rd blown save) gave up his first earned run this year with 1 walk, 1 strikeout, 1 run & 1 hit in 1.1 innings, while Jake McGhee (1-3) pitched 1 hitless inning with 2 strikeouts.


Series finale goes on Sunday: Chad Betis (10-7, 5.29) takes the ball for the Rockies and he'll be opposed by Lucas Giolito (0-0, 4.91) making the start for the Nats. Game time at 1:35.
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Rockies 5 @ Nats 3.


We lost season series to the Padres (4th in the West), Brewers (4th in the Central) and Rockies (3rd in the West) and yet are still up 8 games in the division, so no harm no foul I guess. Nats only recorded 3 runs & 6 hits on the day and all 3 runs were off of solo home runs: Turner leading off the 1st, Ramos first pitch of the 7th with an epic bat drop as well, and than Harper leading off the 9th. Rockies got a run in a first on a Nolan Arenado single, 3 runs in the 4th on back-to-back homers on back to back pitches from Arenado, a 2 run homer, and than David Dahl on the next pitch, and Daniel Descalso scored the final run in the 8th on a wild pitch. Chad Betis (11-7) allowed 2 runs on 5 hits (2 homers) with 1 walk and 6 strikeouts in 7 innings. Jordan Lyles (3rd hold) & Boone Logan (24th hold) allowed 1 run on 1 hit with 1 homer in 1 inning, and Adam Ottavino (2nd save) pitched a 1-2-3 9th with 2 strikeouts. Giolito (0-1) allowed 4 runs on 6 hits (2 homers) with 2 walks and 2 strikeouts in 5 innings.


3 game series in Philadelphia starts on Monday night. Jake Thompson (1-3, 9.78) starts for the Phillies while Tanner Roark (13-7, 2.99) starts for the Nats. Game time at 7:05. Rockies head home to start a 3 game series with the Dodgers beginning on Monday night.
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Nats 4 @ Phillies 0.


Werth home run (he loves playing against the Phillies, doesn't he??) and a Rendon single put them up 2-0 after 1, and Robinson and Turner singles in the 9th added the 3rd & 4th runs. Jake Thompson (1-4) allowed 2 runs on 7 hits (1 home run) with 1 walk and 3 strikeouts. Roark (14-7) pitched his MLB leading 8th shutout with 4 hits in 7 innings with 1 walk and 5 strikeouts. Scrabble (1st hold) pitched a hitless 8th with 1 strikeout to record the hold.


Game 2 of the series goes on Tuesday. Max Scherzer (14-7, 2.92) starts for Washington while Jerad Eickhoff (9-12, 3.87) starts for the Phillies. Game time at 7:05.
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