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Only at The Washington Times: Mark Zuckerman and Ben Goessling blog on the Washington Nationals.
An 11-5 loss to the Braves today leaves the Nats at an astounding 52-102. And there are still eight games to go before the season's over!
Mike Morse's pinch-hit, three-run homer made it 6-4 Braves, but the rain is coming down hard now, and you've got to wonder how much longer they can play in these conditions.
Cristian Guzman is still battling a shoulder injury, and Sean Burnett is still battling a bone contusion on his thumb. Jim Riggleman says it's possible both will be shut down.
Ryan Zimmerman isn't in the Nats' lineup today against the Braves.
John Lannan didn't allow an earned run in seven innings, but was denied his 10th win as the Nationals' offense and defense struggled in a 4-1 loss to the Braves.
John Lannan has given up two unearned runs, and the Nats can't do anything against Braves starter Javier Vazquez. They trail Atlanta 2-0 in the fifth.
The Nationals have lowered season ticket prices on about 3,300 seats for 2010.
The Nats have lost 100 games for the second straight season, joining a not-so-illustrious club.
J.D. Martin has already left the game, and the Nationals trail the Dodgers by two in a thoroughly ugly game.
No-hit for almost six innings, the Nationals rallied through a pair of errors to win 5-4 over the Dodgers and avoid their 100th loss for a day.
Chad Billingsley has no-hit the Nationals so far, striking out seven in the first four innings.
Here are the lineups for tonight's Nationals-Dodgers game. Could be the big 100...
After a 14-2 thumping at the hands of the Dodgers tonight, the Nats are one loss from another 100-loss season.
Livan Hernandez allowed eight runs in 3 2/3 innings, and the Dodgers lead the Nationals 8-2.
Is he a shortstop, a second baseman or an outfielder? The Nats don't seem too sure about that yet.
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