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Topic - Christian Yelich
The Washington Nationals broke out of their recent hitting slump Wednesday night against the Miami Marlins, rallying from an early 4-0 deficit and finishing with 15 hits.
Casey McGehee's fourth hit of the game drove in the go-ahead run in the 10th inning, and Reed Johnson doubled home two more as the Miami Marlins defeated the Washington Nationals 8-5 on Wednesday night.
Carlos Gomez's aggressiveness on the base paths proved to be costly for the Brewers.
Marcell Ozuna came into Wednesday night's game mired in a slump.
Cole Hamels tried for an extra base and got thrown out. Then he gave Giancarlo Stanton a pitch to hit and paid for it.
The Florida Marlins had to endure yet another early exit from one of their starters. And to manager Mike Redmond's surprise, it was Tom Koehler's turn to hit the showers early after throwing 15 scoreless innings in his previous two outings.
Dan Haren, the veteran that he is, has made a living pitching deep into games after giving up a few early runs. And, for a change, he was able to do it against the Miami Marlins thanks to a clutch home run by Yasiel Puig.
Even the major-league ERA leader can make mistakes, and when he did, the Miami Marlins were ready.
Throughout all the losses, there had been one positive constant for the Miami Marlins for quite a while: When Steve Cishek came in to protect a lead, they won.
Curtis Granderson envisioned a bunch of big hits when he signed with the New York Mets. Providing even one proved elusive, until Friday night.
Christian Yelich was confident he was safe at home even if home plate umpire Ed Hickox called him out.
Chasing a fly in deep right-center field, Giancarlo Stanton and Miami Marlins teammate Christian Yelich appeared headed for a collision, and perhaps the disabled list.
Yelich, Marcell Ozuna and Adeiny Hechavarria are promising youngsters, and veteran newcomer Casey McGehee began the weekend batting .
"I kind of peeled off," Yelich said. "Self-preservation. You never want to run into that guy. It's not going to end well for me."