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Ross a bright spot in series-opening 3-2 loss to Marlins MIAMI - The Marlins were able to score two runs in the sixth to break open a tight pitcher's duel, and that was enough in the end, as the Nationals fell 3-2 in the road trip opener at Marlins Park. It was the last-place Marlins' first win in five games, and only their fifth in 20 games.

The Nats had their chances and suffer another one-run loss! When you go 1-for-7 in RISP spots, that is not a good sign for the Nationals who entered the game batting a very strong.299 on the season in those situations.

Washington Nationals drop series opener to Miami Marlins, 3-2; bases-loaded walk & hit-by-pitch the difference… Smith vs Washington: Marlins' lefty Caleb Smith made 16 starts in Miami's rotation in 2018, though he somehow avoided facing the Washington Nationals.

Sánchez and Smith locked in pitching battle MIAMI - The Nationals used patience and aggressiveness to go after Marlins left-hander Caleb Smith early on. In Smith's 10-3 win over the Phillies in his last start, he surrendered one hit in six innings. The Nats connected on two base hits in their first at-bat Friday night at Marlins Park.

Washington Nationals at Miami Marlins: GameThread 18 of 162 Washington Nationals: at Miami Marlins. April 19, 2019 7:10 PM EDT: Marlins Park. Caleb Smith vs Aníbal Sánchez. WEATHER: Rainy, 71°. Mighty Mouse - RF. #JuanPursuit - LF. Kurt Suzuki - C. Brian Dozier - 2B. Aníbal Sánchez - RHP. Victor Robles - CF.

Adams is up, Williams to injured list; Doolittle could have night off MIAMI - Nationals manager Davey Martinez said the Nats will not take the Marlins lightly despite their 4-15 start as they begin a three-game set indoors at Marlins Park. The Nats were 13-6 against thre Marlins last season. This is their first meeting in 2019.

Rendon looks to keep hitting streak alive in Miami · Of LHP Patrick Corbin's nine strikeouts, six were "looking"…Yesterday's six backwards strikeouts were his most in a game in his career…He had four in several games in 2017, but no more than that until yesterday.

Washington Nationals' lineup for series opener with the Marlins in Miami… Washington and Miami meet for the first time in 2019 in this weekend’s three-game set in Marlins Park…

Game 18 lineups: Nats at Marlins MIAMI - Welcome to Miami, where the Nationals arrive winners of three of their last four series and hold a 9-8 record. The Nats took their series with the Giants Thursday with a 4-2 win, thanks to some timely early hits and another gem from left-hander Patrick Corbin.

Washington Nationals place Austen Williams on 10-Day IL, recall Austin Adams from AAA Austen Williams landed on the 10-Day IL this afternoon, and the Nationals called Austin Adams up to join the bullpen in Miami.

Nationals recall Austin Adams The Washington Nationals recalled right-handed pitcher Austin Adams from Triple-A Fresno and placed right-handed pitcher Austen Williams on the 10-day Injured List with a sprained right AC joint on Friday. Adams, 27, joins the Nationals for his first Major League assignment of 2019.

San Francisco Giants podcast with Michael Duca: Giants struggle with Nats; Hope to turn it around in Pittsburgh Photo from msnsports.com: Washington Nationals Wilmer Difo takes San Francisco Giants pitcher Drew Pomeranz deep in the fourth inning for his first home run of the season at Nationals Park in Washington DC. On the SF Giants podcast with Miguel:. #1 The Giants dropped two out of three to the Washington Nationals.

Game #18 First series this season with the Marlins brings new hope! If you have been to Marlins Park before, you might not recognize it now as it has been through some major renovations beyond the outfield walls. That should please those who constantly complained about the animatronic "home run" sculpture which was removed from behind the centerfield walls.

Washington Nationals: Time For Nationals to Build Momentum The Washington Nationals are playing solid baseball over the last two weeks. The schedule is primed for the Nats to continue playing well. Yesterday, the…

Wire Taps: Mike Rizzo optimistic about Anthony Rendon deal; Sean Doolittle being overused?; Patrick Corbin gets first win Catch up on the last 24 hours in Nationals news before the start of the series with the Marlins…

Washington Nationals: Make It or Break It Time for Bullpen One is on April 25, and the other is on May 13. Davey Martinez, whether it be his fault or just purely out of necessity, has overworked two relievers already. Brittany Ghiroli of The Athletic pointed out that of the Nationals' nine wins, Sean Doolittle has pitched in eight of them.

The good, the bad, and the ugly from the Nationals' series win against the Giants In a three-game set that started out pretty rough, the Washington Nationals pulled out a series win against the San Francisco Giants. Here are the big takeaways.

After surviving opening stretch, time for Nats to start thriving They faced an 11-game opening gauntlet against nothing but two division rivals expecting to win this season. They've been without their starting shortstop for more than two weeks now.

Victor Robles leads off in finale with Giants; likely to return to "second leadoff" role… Twenty-four hours after Davey Martinez explained why he was keeping Victor Robles in the ninth spot in the batting order early this season, the Washington Nationals' second-year skipper penciled the rookie outfielder in as the leadoff man in the series finale with the San Francisco Giants.

Washington Nationals: Patrick Corbin Is Worth Every Last Dollar After his spectacular 7.2 innings start on Thursday afternoon, Patrick Corbin is proving to the Washington Nationals he is worth every dollar. This offseas…

Giants back to the skids, lose 4-2 to the Nats After a promising start to this road trip, the Giants are back to a way of losing that has gripped them over the past year. They surprised the Washington Nationals in the series opener on Tuesday, but were bombed out of Nationals Park on Wednesday and came out flat again on Thursday, losing by a count of 4-2 to drop the three-game series.

Patrick Corbin dominates Giants in Nationals’ 4-2 win in D.C. He's pitching well, and every five days that he's out there, we know we've got a chance to win." Corbin looked sharp again early in the series finale with San Francisco's Giants on Thursday afternoon in the nation's capital, retiring nine straight before he issued a leadoff walk in the top of the fourth.

Ejection Inspection, Week Three, Part Two: Chicago White Sox, Kansas City Royals Brawl This is Ejection Inspection, Week Three, Part Two. Ejections 9-16 are covered here, while ejections 1-8 were covered in Part One. There were a whopping 16 ejections in Week Three - more than Week One and Week Two combined. Four were players, one was a player on the injured list, three were coaches, and eight were managers.

Washington Nationals Roundup: Justin Miller resumes throwing activity An encouraging performance by Patrick Corbin to get his first win and an encouraging sign for Justin Miller to get back to help the bullpen.

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