Ross Detwiler’s best isn’t enough as Nats’ offense falters in 2-1 loss to Reds
Up came Wilson Ramos against closer Francisco Cordero. The 24-year-old swung at the first pitch he saw — a slider down and away — and grounded into a game-ending double play.
“It’s a mindset,” Johnson said of the pitch-chasing. “It’s something we’ve needed to improve on since I’ve been here.”
So Detwiler sat alone in the clubhouse, his six innings condensed to one letter on the box score: L.
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