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With a red-hot July, Denard Span has turned his season around and quieted skeptics of the Nationals' center fielder.
Tanner Roark won the final spot in Washington's rotation during spring training. Halfway through the season, he's the Nationals' top winner.
Denard Span went 4-for-5 in the team's 4-1 win over the Reds on Friday night, again setting the table for a lineup that has proven dangerous when healthy this season.
Tanner Roark became Washington's first 10-game winner with a 4-1 victory over the Reds.
On a weird night at Nationals Park, it was probably fitting that the end result was a 4-2 defeat to the Milwaukee Brewers. Scooter Gennett and Khris Davis hit solo home runs and Aramis Ramirez smacked a two-run single to right field. That was all Brewers starter Kyle Lohse would need.
Ryan Zimmerman's RBI single in the 10th gave the Nationals a much-needed, 5-3 win over the Phillies.
Ryan Zimmerman's go-ahead single in the 10th inning had the Nationals celebrating on the field. And the team also found out on Saturday that right-hander Jordan Zimmermann, who had Tommy John surgery in August 2009, doesn't have structural damage to his throwing shoulder or elbow now.
No longer does an immaculate, full-bodied, legal identification stain cowhide or parchment. Now, any casual jotting of figures, if one would care to call them that, does the job — not just loops, but arches and whorls as well. That's Drew Storen's signature in the picture (obviously).
Nationals starter Jordan Zimmermann outdueled Jake Arrieta over six innings and left with a 1-0 lead. The Cubs tied it in the seventh on Starlin Castro's sacrifice fly against Drew Storen.