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By the time the 12th inning rolled around, the San Diego Padres were without third baseman Chase Headley - his strained calf could send him to the disabled list - and left fielder Seth Smith, who hurt a groin muscle.
Jayson Werth entered Washington's eighth game of the season with zero homers and a grand total of one RBI.
Bryce Harper and Jayson Werth clubbed monster home runs to lead the Nationals to another come-from-behind win.
Nats outfielder Jayson Werth hit a grand slam in the eighth inning to help lift Washington to a 10-7 victory over the Miami Marlins on a night starter Jordan Zimmermann struggled.
After falling into a big 5-0 hole thanks to a poor start from Jordan Zimmermann, big homeruns from Bryce Harper and Jayson Werth brings the Nats to a 10-7 win over Miami.
On Monday we got two offseason updates from Nationals players: one from Craig Stammen who is doing something for himself, and one from Bryce Harper who is trying to help out somebody else.
Members of the Nationals are Catholic, or Mormon, or from Protestant denominations. Some are indifferent, or apathetic. Some are Jews, or Jehovah's Witnesses, or those who have more scientific beliefs. But this year, perhaps more than in years past, religion has become a frequent topic inside the Nationals' clubhouse.
In 60 1/3 innings this season, facing 230 batters, Clippard has allowed 28 total hits. He has walked 20, given up seven home runs and allowed 15 runs to score while he's been on the mound (13 earned runs, two inherited runners)
First the Washington Nationals were very bad, giving up four runs in the first inning. Then they were very good, recovering from the big early deficit to forge a 4-4 tie in search of their sixth straight road win. But then they were very bad again, fumbling through a shaky eighth inning Sunday afternoon while giving up two runs and practically handing a 6-4 win to a Kansas City team that hadn't had a victory in more than a week.