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Wilson Ramos follows through on the first of his two home runs in the Washington Nationals' 7-6 victory over the Cincinnati Reds in 11 innings Saturday. Ramos and Ian Desmond hit home runs in the 11th inning to win the game for the Nationals after the Reds tied it at 5-5 in the ninth. (Associated Press photo)
Photo by: Al Behrman
Wilson Ramos follows through on the first of his two home runs in the Washington Nationals' 7-6 victory over the Cincinnati Reds in 11 innings Saturday. Ramos and Ian Desmond hit home runs in the 11th inning to win the game for the Nationals after the Reds tied it at 5-5 in the ninth. (Associated Press photo)

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