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Topic - Matt Garza
The Nationals exploded for five runs in the first inning Saturday night, taking down Matt Garza and cruising over the Brewers.
Roark pitched seven strong innings, and Ryan Zimmerman and Wilson Ramos drove in three runs apiece to lead the Nationals over the Milwaukee Brewers 8-3 Saturday night.
The Nats offense erupted early and chased starter Matt Garza in the first inning as they cruised to an 8-3 victory over the Brewers.
Gonzalez combined with three relievers to hold Milwaukee to three hits, and Adam LaRoche hit a three-run homer in Washington's 3-0 win Monday night.
Gio Gonzalez combined with three relievers to hold Milwaukee's potent lineup to three hits, and Adam LaRoche hit a three-run homer to help the Nationals beat the Brewers 3-0 on Monday night.
Edwin Jackson wanted to leave the mound on his own terms.
Matt Garza is off to a rough start after signing with the Milwaukee Brewers as a free agent in the offseason.
Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Matt Garza left a start against the St. Louis Cardinals in the fourth inning because of a bruised right thumb.
Another injury was too much for the depleted Milwaukee Brewers.
After failing to hold three-run leads in two straight games, Allen Craig and the St. Louis Cardinals put their series final against Milwaukee out of reach.
Nearly a month into the season, Matt Garza got his first win for the Milwaukee Brewers against his former team, the Chicago Cubs.
Carlos Villanueva's nightmare season on the mound for the Chicago Cubs continued Friday night against the Milwaukee Brewers.
Lance Lynn brought the Brewers' fast start to a halt.
A familiar foil brought the Brewers' nine-game winning streak to an end.
Matt Garza struggled during spring training after signing a $50 million, four-year contract with the Milwaukee Brewers.
"I couldn't really find a groove," Garza said.
"I felt we had momentum after we had the tag at home ... and then (Jay's homer) was a backbreaker," Garza said. "But we're fine. We'll come back and we'll start a new (streak) tomorrow."