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Topic - Kyle Kendrick
An offensive explosion and a quality start helped Washington trounce Philadelphia on Sunday afternoon, 10-3, and roll into the All-Star break. More here.
The best offense in the majors is suddenly in a slump.
Kyle Kendrick and his offense were in sync for the first time in a while.
The first inning has been especially frustrating for Kyle Kendrick and his struggles continued on Wednesday.
Marcell Ozuna came into Wednesday night's game mired in a slump.
Even a new lineup couldn't get the Philadelphia Phillies going.
Kyle Kendrick may have to pitch a shutout to snap this losing streak.
A two-week layoff didn't bother J.A. Happ.
Initially inserted into the Colorado Rockies' rotation as a stop-gap injury replacement, Jordan Lyles has rapidly become a fixture.
All Ryan Braun needed to shake his slump was a trip to Philadelphia.
Kyle Kendrick has to wait an extra day to start another home opener.
Jonathan Papelbon thought he had induced a double-play grounder to clinch a victory for the Philadelphia Phillies.
Jimmy Rollins hit a three-run homer in his second plate appearance of an eight-run third inning Friday, leading the Philadelphia Phillies to a 10-6 win over a Detroit Tigers split-squad.
As the home team prepared to bat Monday night in the bottom of the eighth at Nationals Park, the video screen flashed a favorable update from the Braves-Pirates game. A rousing cheer rose from the slightly-chilled crowd of 35,387 fans, one of the few chances they had all evening to fully exercise their vocal chords.
If there has been anything truly surprising about Bryce Harper's first week in the major leagues, it's the way he's been pitched. How exactly is that? "Like he's Babe Ruth," one scout said.
"It's just quality pitches," Kendrick said. "I just have to make pitches in that first inning. That's what it comes down to."
"It was tough. It was a grind," Kendrick said. "I tried to keep games close, pitch deep and give us a chance. Some of those wins and losses are out of your control."