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Thursday, May 7, 2009

Dodgers dominate the Nats, 10-3

The Nats' pitching was sub par last night in their lost to the Dodgers 10-3 as starter Daniel Cabrera gave up five runs in 5 1/3 innings with five walks; Relievers Mike Hinckley and Logan Kensing gave up another five runs in only 1 and 2/3 innings. Former Dodger Joe Beimel was the only saving grave by not giving up any runs in his one inning of relief work.

The offense was led by Cristen Guzman who had three hits and increase his batting average to .397. Ryan Zimmerman increase his hitting streak to 24 games by getting one hit.

Last's night box score is the following:

The Nats drop to 7-18 and continue to be in the cellar of the NL East.

Tonight's game in LA have Jordan Zimmermann taking on the Dodgers' Randy Wolf at 10:10pm.

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