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The appeals have been coming in for weeks. Each night at ballparks around the country, fans are urged to cast their vote for the 2011 All-Star Game. Punch a ballot at the park, go online and vote - and do it more than once.
Six pitches separated Jason Marquis from disaster Friday night.
Ian Desmond sat at his locker in the clubhouse Sunday evening stone faced and frustrated.
The three power arms at the back end of Atlanta's bullpen are garnering a lot of attention.
Jordan Zimmermann did something in the second inning Friday night that no other pitcher in the major leagues had done this season and yet, in the Nationals much-needed 3-2 victory over the Marlins in 10 innings, he was still upstaged by one of his relievers.
PHILADELPHIA | With Jordan Zimmermann working in the sixth inning Sunday, left-hander Doug Slaten and right-hander Todd Coffey began to stir in the Washington Nationals' bullpen. The double-barreled action ended immediately after Zimmermann recorded the third out of the inning.
After a ninth inning Wednesday night that Sean Burnett would rather forget, the Nationals left-hander had a little trouble sleeping.
A cursory glance at a few numbers about the Nationals' bullpen displays a divide in its effectiveness.
Judging by the sound the balls were making off the Florida Marlins’ bats through the first six innings Tuesday night, it seemed impossible that when the first pitcher was being pulled from the game it wasn’t Jason Marquis.