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Friday, September 25, 2009

Dodgers Edge the Nats, 7-6.

Dodgers 7 Nats 6

The Nats came back from a 4-0 deficient against the L.A. Dodgers to tie the game at six, but the Nats were not able to get over the hump as they lost to the Dodgers by a score of 7-6.


Starter J.D Martin gave up five runs in only three innings of work. The bullpen of Marco Estrada, Jason Bergmann, Tyler Clippard, Ron Villone, and Logan Kensing gave up two runs in a combined six innings of relief. Villone took the lost as he gave up the game winning homer to the Dodgers’ Rafael Furcal


The Nats collected nine hits while scoring six runs!!! The Nats were lead by Alberto Gonzalez three hits while Willie Harris had two RBI.

Box Score:


The Nats dropped to 52-100 and continue to be in last place of the NL. It marked the second year in a row which the Nats have lost at least 100 games.

Next Game:

The Nats next game is today in NatsTown as John Lannan takes on the Atlanta Braves’ Javier Vazquez at 7:05pm.

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