POSTS BY BYRON KERR
The Nationals’ Mr. “Walk-Off” has done it again. Question is, does somebody need to tell the New York Mets who he is?
The Mets chased starter Ross Detwiler early and often, building a 6-1 lead and coasting to a 7-3 win over the Nationals.
The Nationals offense remained missing as the Diamondbacks took their third straight over Washington, 8-1.
The Arizona Diamondbacks did it again, riding hot pitching; the Nationals wasted a strong performance from Livan Hernandez.
The Arizona Diamondbacks used a home run from an unlikely source and the strong pitching from Ian Kennedy to shutout the Nationals.
Strasburg hit 98 mph and was sitting at 95-97 mph during his 60 pitch/40 strike performance.
The Philadelphia Phillies asserted themselves Saturday night, recording nine hits and taking advantage of Nationals’ miscues, for a 5-0 shutout.
Ryan Zimmerman’s grand slam wins it in last at-bat.
A small measure of pay back for former Reds’ outfielder Jonny Gomes, who delivered a key two-run single.
The value of this rehab starts are showing with every successive game.
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