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Only at The Washington Times: Mark Zuckerman and Ben Goessling blog on the Washington Nationals.
Washington has suddenly won four in a row after tonight's 2-1 victory over the Braves.
Ryan Zimmerman's fourth-inning double drives in a run, and Garrett Mock has pitched effectively so far.
Because of a power outage here in Atlanta, the Nats have picked up the Braves' video feed for tonight's game.
Rookie lefty will get one more start for the Nats after all.
Justin Maxwell's walk-off grand slam yesterday was great, but the Nats still have four games to play at Atlanta this weekend.
Justin Maxwell's grand slam with two outs, the bases loaded and a full count in the bottom of the ninth gives the Nats a 7-4 thriller of a victory in their home finale.
The Nationals are playing their final home game of the 2009 season, and so far, it looks like a convincing replica of their matchup against the Mets on Sept. 19 at Citi Field. They trail the Mets 2-1 through five innings, as Tim Redding is besting John Lannan again.
Mike Rizzo says the Nats' interim manager is a "legitimate candidate" for the permanent job.
The former Nat and current Mets shortstop commits a costly eighth-inning error that helps hand Washington a 4-3 win.
The Nats have one hit so far against Mike Pelfrey, whose Mets have scored three times off J.D. Martin.
Nats reliever still bothered by bruised left thumb, wouldn't have been able to pitch before season's end.
After drafting Stephen Strasburg this year, Washington will have its choice of the entire field again in 2010.
Ross Detwiler earned his first major-league win and Mike MacDougal, who took a loss on Sunday, worked a 1-2-3 ninth for the save in the Nats' 2-1 win over the Mets.
Mistakes by Josh Willingham and Mike MacDougal loomed large in the Nationals' 6-3, 10-inning loss to the Braves on Sunday.
There's been both good and bad for the Nationals halfway through their final Sunday home game of the year. They lead the Braves 3-2 in the fifth.
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