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WASHINGTON NATIONALS AT ATLANTA BRAVES
Where: Turner Field, Atlanta
Series breakdown:The Nationals return to National League play after 15 straight interleague games with their first meeting against a division opponent since Atlanta departed RFK Stadium on May 17. The Braves, 4-10 in interleague play entering last night, have glaring problems on offense. Slugger Andruw Jones is only hitting .198, and he has an anemic .299 on-base percentage. Chipper Jones just returned from the disabled list, a much-needed boost for a struggling offense. Atlanta will trot out its two rotation anchors (Smoltz and Hudson), and the pair collectively has helped keep the Braves around .500 and within striking distance of division-leading New York.
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