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In a recent interview with CNA, Archbishop William Lori of Baltimore reaffirmed religious liberty as a priority for the U.S. bishops, emphasizing its relation to personal dignity and evangelization.
With a makeup date set for August 4, the Nationals and Orioles are starting to recognize a formidable rivalry between the two teams.
Gio Gonzalez had thrown 22 consecutive scoreless innings going into the final game of the Beltway series against the Orioles on Thursday night. His streak ended in dramatic fashion in the first inning when Baltimore's Steve Pearce hit a solo home run to left field. The rest of the outing was just as distasteful for Gonzalez as the Nationals fell 4-3 at Camden Yards.
Harper's timing at the plate has been off since his return, with his batting average in July sitting at an inauspicious .120 entering play Thursday.
The Nationals are finally healthy and on Wednesday night, they played like it.
Steve Pearce homered and scored twice to help Wei-Yin Chen earn his ninth victory, and the Baltimore Orioles beat the Washington Nationals 4-3 on Thursday night for their eighth win in 10 games.
Buck, the reason for the very existence of the franchise you work for now is because the owner of the Washington Senators was kind enough to let them have a team in Baltimore. And the reason you have this wonderful ballpark to play in is because of Washington and its baseball fans.
Tanaka, 25, signed a seven-year, $155 million contract with the Yankees in January after pitching in Japan for seven seasons.
Doug Fister allowed two runs over seven innings and the Washington Nationals hit three solo homers in a 6-2 victory over the Baltimore Orioles on Wednesday night.