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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Ryne Sandberg
Werth homered and drove in four runs, and Tanner Roark pitched seven strong innings to lead the Washington Nationals to a 10-3 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies on Sunday.
A baserunning blunder contributed to another extra-inning loss for the Philadelphia Phillies.
The Phillies offense had no answer for the Mets pitching. And Philadelphia's defense wasn't stellar, either.
Ben Revere hit his first career home run, but the excitement was tempered by the Philadelphia Phillies' loss.
Failure to make productive outs hurt the Philadelphia Phillies again.
Cole Hamels tried for an extra base and got thrown out. Then he gave Giancarlo Stanton a pitch to hit and paid for it.
Even a new lineup couldn't get the Philadelphia Phillies going.
Cody Asche's rough night in the field ruined Cliff Lee's effort on the mound.
Phillies manager Ryne Sandberg says a Shake Shack hamburger at Citi Field gave him food poisoning during Philadelphia's weekend series at the New York Mets.
Marlon Byrd was having a difficult night at the plate, along with just about everyone else. Still, when he came up in the 11th inning against his former teammates, he had an idea what he wanted to do.
A low-scoring offense has put pressure on Philadelphia's pitchers to be perfect. Cliff Lee wasn't up to the task against the Blue Jays.
Kyle Kendrick may have to pitch a shutout to snap this losing streak.
Roberto Hernandez (2-1) struck out three and walked three. His start was moved up two days because Cole Hamels had the flu, and he retired 14 of 15 batters in the middle innings.
Gio Gonzalez pitched well enough for a victory. Unfortunately for the Nationals left-hander, his Phillies counterpart was a tad better.
Phillies manager Ryne Sandberg had an adventurous trip to Citizens Bank Park on Sunday.
"It was a bang-bang play," Sandberg said about the challenge. "It's the fifth inning. We need baserunners. It was worth a shot."
"A.J. just doesn't get flustered with any men on base or anything," Phillies manager Ryne Sandberg said, "just pitches and battles and competes, maybe takes it up a notch, makes quality pitches."