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Top draft pick strikes out six in three innings at the Florida instructional league.
Stephen Strasburg struck out six batters in three innings against the Astros in his second instructional league start.
Here are the lineups for this afternoon's Game 2 of the NLDS between the Rockies and Phillies:
Cliff Lee pitched a complete game in the Phillies' 5-1 win over the Rockies to open the NLDS, and the world champs showed no signs of rust.
Cristian Guzman needs arthroscopic surgery on his right shoulder, while top prospect Derek Norris broke a bone in his left hand and won't be able to play in the Arizona Fall League.
Hello from Philadelphia, site of today's Game 1 of the National League Division Series between the Phillies and Rockies.
No. 1 pick allows one run, three hits in two innings for the Nats' Florida instructional league team.
The Nats go out in style, winning Game No. 162 in 15 innings to end the season on a seven-game winning streak.
Nats going with backups for today's finale, so Adam Dunn won't reach the 40-homer mark.
Washington goes into tomorrow's season finale flying high after extending its winning streak to six games with today's 6-4, 11-inning triumph over the Braves.
Ian Desmond has homered again, and Ross Detwiler has been sharp as the Nats have opened up a 2-0 lead on the Braves.
The Nats shortstop has an injured right shoulder that may require a clean-up, but team officials are confident he'll be fine for spring training.
The veteran right-hander has pitched well since returning in late August. Well enough for the Nats to re-sign him this winter?
Washington puts up six runs, eight hits against Derek Lowe to take a 6-2 lead in Atlanta.
Nats slugger, mired in 0-for-26 slump, needs two homers in next three days to reach 40 for the sixth straight year.
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