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Brandon League was the scourge of the Dodger Stadium boo birds last season by virtue of his 5.30 ERA out of the bullpen. He turned his fortunes around over the past month with a career-best streak of 22 innings without allowing an earned run. That ended Thursday night with a jolt against the Pittsburgh Pirates.
When David Buchanan walked into the manager's office after a rough outing in the minors, he didn't expect to leave a major leaguer. Buchanan sure pitched like he belonged in his debut.
A.J. Ellis had plenty of room to catch Chase Utley's foul pop and didn't squeeze it into his catcher's mitt.
Finally, the Arizona Diamondbacks won a series at home.
The Nationals today are seeking their 10th consecutive win over the Mets. Get live updates on Nats Insider!
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.
The Nationals have added at least one of their injured starters back into the lineup. Catcher Wilson Ramos, the cleanup hitter on Opening Day in New York on March 31, returns from hamate bone surgery on his left wrist on Wednesday in the series finale against the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Returning to the Nationals after a five-week absence from a broken hamate bone he suffered on Opening Day, Wilson Ramos didn't wait long to remind the team of his impact.
At 33 years old, in his 12th major league season, Los Angeles Dodgers right-hander Dan Haren knows he's going to get a stiff back now and then, just as he did during a 3-2 loss to the Washington Nationals on Wednesday.