July 22nd: WSH-4, DBACKS-3

Final R H E
WSH 4 12 1
ARI 3 4 0
W: Roark (8-6, 4.83)
L: Banda (0-1, 6.35)
S: Doolittle (5)

*HARPER 2-for-5, Solo HR in 1st, 2 RBI*

*(HARPER 15 game hitting streak:  7 HR, .458 BA)*

*GOODWIN 3-for-5 (4 TB), Stolen Base* 

*Doubles:  WIETERS, GOODWIN, HARPER, ZIMMERMAN*

*(ZIMMERMAN:  361 career 2B, now FRANCHISE Leader)*

*HEISEY Triple, Departs Game in 6th (groin injury)* 

Scoring:

NATS/1st (1 run):  

Bryce Harper (.338) solo HR (WSH-1, ARI-0).

ARI/1st (1 run):

Chris Iannetta RBI double, scoring AJ Pollock (WSH-1, ARI-1).  Roark pitching.

NATS/6th (3 runs):

Bryce Harper (.338) RBI ground-rule double, scoring Chris Heisey (WSH-2, ARI-1).

Ryan Zimmerman (.321) RBI double, scoring Bryce Harper (WSH-3, ARI-1).

Anthony Rendon (.314) RBI single, scoring Ryan Zimmerman (WSH-4, ARI-1).

ARI/6th (1 run):

Jake Lamb grounds out, AJ Pollock scores (WSH-4, ARI-2).  Roark pitching.

ARI/9th (1 run):

Paul Goldschmidt sac fly, scoring Jake Lamb (WSH-4, ARI-3).  Sean Doolittle pitching.

ERROR:  Rendon (throw).

Pitching:

SP Tanner Roark (4.83) – Game Score 79 (ARI SP Banda 47):

Pitched 7.0 innings, giving up 2 earned runs on 3 hits and 1 walk, striking out 11 (103 pitches, 66 strikes, 25 batters).

Ryan Madson (1.91) – Hold:

Pitched 1.0 inning, giving up 0 runs on 1 hit (no walks), striking out 1 (15 pitches, 11 strikes, 4 batters).

Sean Doolittle (3.47) – Save:

Pitched 1.0 inning, giving up 1 run on 0 hits and 1 walk, striking out 1 (18 pitches, 13 strikes, 5 batters).

Next up – NATS @ DBACKS Sunday 4:10 PM ET:  Stephen Strasburg (10-3, 3.31 ERA) vs. Robbie  Ray (9-4, 2.97 ERA).

 

 

July 21st: NATS-5, DBACKS-6

Final R H E
WSH 5 8 0
ARI 6 12 0
W: Rodney (4-3, 5.23)
L: Romero (2-4, 3.77)
S: –

*MAX:  First 3 Batters get SOLO HRs (5 IP, 5 runs, 9 K’s)*

*Wilmer DIFO:  2 RBI*

*5 Doubles:  HARPER, MURPHY (2), WIETERS (2)*

Scoring: 

ARI/1st (4 runs):

David Peralta solo HR (WSH-0, ARI-1).  Pitcher:  Scherzer.

AJ Pollock solo HR (WSH-0, ARI-2).  Pitcher:  Scherzer.

Jake Lamb solo HR (WSH-0, ARI-3).  Pitcher:   Scherzer

Jeff Mathis RBI single (WSH-0, ARI-4).  Pitcher:  Scherzer.

ARI/2nd (1 run):  

Jack Lamb RBI double, scoring AJ Pollock (WSH-0, ARI 5).   Pitcher:  Scherzer.

NATS/4th (1 run):

Daniel Murphy (.342) RBI double, scoring Bryce Harper (WSH-1, ARI-5).

NATS/5th (2 runs):

Brian Goodwin (.231) grounds out, Matt Wieters scores (WSH-2, ARI-5).

Ryan Raburn RBI single, scoring Wilmer Difo (WSH-3, ARI-5).

NATS/6th (1 run):

Wilmer Difo (.250) RBI single, scoring Daniel Murphy (WSH-4, ARI-5).

NATS/8th (1 run):

Wilmer Difo grounds out, Anthony Rendon scores (WSH-5, ARI-5).

ARI/9th (1 run):

Brandon Drury RBI single, scoring AJ Pollock (WSH-5, ARI-6).  Pitcher:  Enny Romero.

Pitching: 

SP Max Scherzer (2.26) – Game Score 26 (ARI SP Godley 56):

Pitched 5.0 innings, giving up 5 runs on 8 hits (3 solo HRs)  and 2 walks, striking out 9 (98 pitches, 63 strikes, 25 batters).

Joe Blanton (7.66):

Pitched 0.1 inning, giving up 0 runs/hits/walks, striking out 1 (6 pitches, 3 strikes, 1 batter).

Matt Grace (3.22):

Pitched 1.2 innings, giving up 0 runs on 1 hits and 0 walk, striking out 3 (31 pitches, 18 strikes, 6 batters).

Ryan Madson (1.96):

Pitched 1.0 inning, giving up 0 runs on 1 hits and 1 walks, striking out 2 (21 pitches, 11 strikes, 5 batters).

Enny Romero (3.77):

Pitches 0.1 inning. giving up 1 run on 2 hits and 2 walks (11 pitches, 7 strikes, 5 batters).

Up next – NATS @ D-BACKS Saturday at 8:10 p.m. ET:  Tanner Roark (7-6, 4.98 ERA) vs. Anthony Banda (0-0, -.– ERA).

 

Bryce HARPER & Mike TROUT Stats Comparison

BRYCE HARPER & MIKE TROUT

2017 YTD & CAREER STATS:  Comparison

BIO:

Harper:  2012 – debut 4/28/2012.  Born 10/16/1992

Awards:  NL Rookie of the Year/2012

NL MVP 2015

NL All-Star:  2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017

Home Run Derby participant/2013

Leaderboard:  #1/NL in HR 2015 (42)

#1/NL in OBP 2015 (.460)

#1/NL in OPS 2015 (1.109)

Trout:   2011 to present – debut 7/8/2011.  Born 8/1/1991.

Awards:  AL Rookie of the Year/2012

AL MVP 2014 & 2016

All-Star MVP 2014 & 2015

All-Star:  2012 thru 2017

Leaderboard:  #1/AL in Stolen Bases 2012

2017 Stats 

G:     Harper 86                       Trout 52

AB:   Harper 326                     Trout  182

BA:   Harper .337                    Trout .335

HR:   Harper 24                      Trout 18

RBI:  Harper 73                       Trout 40

SB:    Harper 2                        Trout 11

OPS:  Harper 1.074                 Trout 1.185

XBH:  Harper 47                     Trout 34

TB:    Harper 206                    Trout 133

BB:    Harper 61                      Trout 38

SO:     Harper 73                     Trout 46

oWar:  Harper 4.3                   Trout 3.7

dWar:  Harper -0.2                 Trout 0.0

War:    Harper 4.4                   Trout 3.6

RAA:   Harper 34                     Trout 30

RAR:  Harper 45                      Trout 37

FLD%:  Harper .987                Trout .991

CAREER Stats

G:     Harper 743                     Trout 863

AB:   Harper 2662                   Trout 3179

BA:   Harper .286                    Trout .308

HR:   Harper 145                     Trout 186

RBI:   Harper 407                    Trout 537

SB:    Harper 60                       Trout 154

OPS:  Harper .906                   Trout .975

XBH:  Harper 307                    Trout 414

TB:  Harper 1376                     Trout 1803

BB:  Harper 448                      Trout 515

SO:  Harper 639                      Trout 830

oWar:  Harper 23.0                 Trout 50.4

dWar:  Harper -0.2                 Trout 2.8

War:  Harper 25.9                   Trout 52.1

RAA:  Harper 160                    Trout 375

RAR:  Harper 260                    Trout 507

FLD%:  Harper .981                Trout .992

 

July 19th: WSH-0, LAA-7

Final R H E
WSH 0 1 1
lAA 7 9 0
W: Meyer (4-5, 3.74)
L: Gonzalez (8-5, 2.83)
S: –

*NATS Get SHUT OUT 2nd Time (HARPER Day Off)*

*D-BACKS SP Alex MEYER Retired First 14 NATS*

*DOUBLE by Brian GOODWIN (the NATS Lone Hit)*

Scoring:

NATS:  None.

LAA/1st (2 runs):

Albert Pujols RBI single, scoring Yunel Escobar.  Gio pitching.

Andrelton Simmons sac fly, scoring Mike Trout.  Gio pitching.

NATS/5th (1 walk):  

Anthony Rendon WALKS (Wieters flies out).

NATS/6th (1 double – only hit of game):  

Brian Goodwin double (Raburn strikes out).

LAA/6th (2 runs):

CJ Cron 2-run HR, scoring Pujols.  Gio pitching.

LAA/7th:  (3 runs):

Yunel Escobar RBI single, scoring Ben Revere.  Joe Blanton pitching.

Mike Trout 2-run HR, scoring Escobar.  Joe Blanton pitching.

ERROR:  Wieters (fielding).

Pitching:

SP Gio Gonzalez (2.83) – Game Score 43 (LAA SP Meyer 85):

Pitched 5.2 innings, giving up 4 earned runs on 5 hits (1 HR) and 3 walks, striking out 3 (107 pitches, 61 strikes, 25 batters).

Joe Blanton (7.77):

Pitched 0.1 inning, giving up 3 earned runs on 3 hits (1 HR) and 0 walks, striking out 1 (16 pitches, 10 strikes, 4 batters).

Matt Albers (1.85):

Pitched 1.0 inning, giving up 0 runs/hits, walking 1 and striking out 2 (18 pitches, 10 strikes, 4 batters).

Enny Romero (3.59):

Pitched 1.0 inning, giving up 0 runs on 1 hit and 0 walks (11 pitches, 6 strikes, 4 batters).

Up next – NATS @ D-BACKS Friday, 9:40 P.M.:  Max Scherzer (11-5, 2.01 ERA, 183 K) vs. Patrick Corbin (6-9, 4.66 ERA, 101 K).

Note:  In 2017 so far, NATS are 2-1 versus ARI (home games May 2-4); in 2016, they were 5-2.

July 18th: WSH-4, LAA-3

Final R H E
WSH 4 12 1
lAA 3 4 0
W: Jackson (1-0, 4.50)
L: Bedrosian (2-2, 2.50)
S: Doolittle (4)

**HARPER & TROUT Trade HRs in 1st Inning**

*HARPER 4-for 4, with a TRIPLE*

*ZIMMERMAN Go Ahead RBI-Single in 8th*

*LIND (3-for-4) Tops off with HR in 9th* 

*New PITCHERS:  MADSON gets a HOLD, DOOLITLE the SAVE*

Scoring:

NATS/1st (1 run):

Bryce Harper (.337) solo HR (WSH-1, LAA-0).

LAA/1st (1 run):

Mike Trout (.335) solo HR (WSH-1, LAA-1) – Jackson pitching.

LAA/6th (1 run):

Martin Maldonado solo HR (WSH-1, LAA-2) – Jackson pitching.

NATS/7th (1 run):

Anthony Rendon (.320) solo HR (WSH-2, LAA-2).

NATS/8th (1 run):

Ryan Zimmerman (.326) RBI single, scoring Bryce Harper (WSH-3, LAA-2).

NATS/9th (1 run):

Adam Lind (.331) solo HR (WSH-4, LAA-2).

LAA/9th (1 run):

Mike Trout groundout, Ben Revere scores (WSH-3, LAA-3) – Doolittle pitching.

Triple:  Harper

HRs:  Harper, Rendon, Lind

ERROR:  Difo (fielding).

Pitching:

SP Edwin Jackson (4.50) – Game Score 61 (LAA SP Chavez 47):

Pitched 7.0 innings, giving up 2 earned runs on 3 hits (2 HR) and 0 walks, striking out 3 (91 pitches, 57 strikes, 23 batters).

Ryan Madson (2.01) – HOLD:

Pitched 1.0 inning, giving up 0 runs/hits/walks, striking out 1 (15 pitches, 11 strikes, 3 batters).

Sean Doolittle (3.63) – SAVE:

Pitched 1.0 inning, giving up 1 earned run on 1 hit and 1 walk (21 pitches, 12 strikes, 5 batters).

Up next:  NATS @ LAA Wednesday at 10:07 P.M. ET:  Gio Gonzalez (8-4, 2.66 ERA, 116 K) vs. Alex Meyer (3-5, 4.18 ERA, 68 K).

 

 

July 17th: WSH-6, CIN-1

Final R H E
WSH 6 11 0
CIN 1 4 0
W: Strasburg (10-3, 3.31)
L: Feldman (7-7, 4.34)
S: –

**ZIMMERMAN HR #235 (NATS/EXPOS ALL-TIME LEADER)**

*More HRs:  HARPER (#23) & GOODWIN (#8)*

*RABURN Triple, GOODWIN Double*

*STRASBURG:  11 Ks over 7 IP (now 10-3)*

Scoring:

NATS 1st (5 runs):  

Bryce Harper (.329) 3-run HR, scoring Brian Goodwin and Stephen Drew (WSH-3, CIN-0).

Ryan Zimmerman (.327) solo HR (WSH-4, CIN-0).

Matt Wieters (.245) sac fly, Daniel Murphy scores (WSH-5, CIN-0).

CIN 2nd (1 run):

Eugenio Suarez solo HR (Strasburg pitching) (WSH-5, CIN-1).

NATS 6th (1 run):

Brian Goodwin (.245) solo HR (WSH-6. CIN-1).

Pitching:

SP Stephen Strasburg (3.31) – Game Score 74 (CIN Feldman 7):

Pitched 7.0 innings, giving up 1 earned run (solo HR) on 4 hits and 1 walks, striking out 11 (105 pitches, 68 strikes, 25 batters).

Joe Blanton (6.75):

Pitched 1.0 inning giving up 0 runs/hits, walking 1 (14 pitches, 9 strikes, 4 batters).

Matt Grace (3.48):

Pitched 1.0 inning giving up 0 runs/hits/walks, striking out 1 (11 pitches, 7 strikes, 3 batters).

Up next:  NATS @ ANGELS Tuesday at 10:07 P.M. ET:  NAT Edwin Jackson (remember him?) (0-0, 7.20 ERA, 2 K) vs. ANGEL Jesse Chavez (5-10, 4.99 ERA, 78 K).

Note:  The NATS last played the ANGELS at home in 2014 – NATS took one game of 3, scoring a total of 9 runs to the ANGELS 15.  The NATS had a walk-off win in game 3 (Apr 23) – winning pitcher Drew Storen.

 

July 16th: WSH-14, CIN-4

Final R H E
WSH 14 17 3
CIN 4 7 1
W: Roark (7-6, 4,98)
L: Bailey (2-3, 10.13)
S: –

*ROARK Gets the W (5 K’s – 6 IP)*

*NATS 5 HRs:  MURPHY 2, RENDON, LOBATON, LIND

Welcome Sean DOOLITLE and Ryan MADSON from the A’s

Goodbye Blake TREINEN

Scoring:

NATS 1st (2 runs):

Daniel Murphy 2-run HR, scoring Wilmer Difo (WSH-2, CIN-0).

NATS 2nd (2 runs):

Chris Heisey RBI double, scoring Adam Lind (WSH-3, CIN-0).

Wilmer Difo groundout, Chris Heisey scores (WSH-4, CIN-0).

CIN 3rd (2 runs):

Adam Duvall reaches on fielding error by SS Difo, scoring Homer Bailey (WSH-4, CIN-1).  Roark pitching.

Scooter Gennett groundout, scoring Billy Hamilton (WSH-4, CIN-2).  Roark pitching.

NATS 5th (5 runs):

Daniel Murphy 3-run HR, scoring Wilmer Difo and Bryce Harper (WSH-7, CIN-2).

Adam Lind 2-run HR, scoring Anthony Rendon (WSH-9, CIN-2).

CIN/5th (1 run):

Scooter Gennett RBI single, scoring Jess Winker (WSH-9, CIN-3).

WSH/7th (3 runs):

Anthony Rendon solo HR – Drew Storen pitching (WSH-10, CIN-3).

Jose Lobaton 2-run HR, scoring Chris Heisey – Drew Storen pitching (WSH-12, CIN-3).

CIN/7th (1 run):

Scooter Gennett RBI single, scoring Billy Hamilton (WSH-12, CIN-4).  Enny Romero pitching.

WSH/8th (2 runs):

Anthony Rendon groundout, scoring Wilmer Difo (WSH-13, CIN-4).

Adam Lind pop up, Bryce Harper scores (WSH-14, CIN-4).

Pitching:

SP Tanner Roark (4.98) – Game Score 58 (CIN SP Bailey 13):

Pitched 6.0 innings, giving up 3 unearned runs on 4 hits and 3 walks, striking out 5 (101 pitches, 65 strikes, 27 batters).

Enny Romero (3.67):

Pitched 1.0 inning, giving up 1 earned run on 2 hits and 1 walk, striking out 2 (26 pitches, 17 strikes, 6 batters).

Joe Blanton (7.04):

Pitched 1.0 inning, giving up 0 runs/hits/walks, striking out 3 (21 pitches, 14 strikes, 4 batters).

Trevor Gott (30.00):

Pitched 1.0 inning, giving up 0 runs/hits, walking 1, and striking out 1 (19 pitches, 12 strikes, 4 batters).

Up next:  NATS @ CIN on Monday at 12:35 p.m.:  Strasburg (9-3, 3.43 ERA) vs. Feldman (7-5, 3.94 ERA).

 

 

 

 

 

July 15th: WSH-10, CIN-7

Final R H E
WSH 10 11 1
CIN 7 9 1
W: Scherzer (11-5, 2.01)
L: Castillo (1-2, 3.41)
S: Grace (2)

**RENDON Grand Slam & 2-run HR (6 RBI)**

*SCHERZER Win #11; 10 more K’s*

*Ryan RABURN Solo HR*

Scoring:

NATS 4th (3 runs):

Daniel Murphy RBI double, scoring Bryce Harper (WSH-1, CIN-0).

Anthony Rendon 2-run HR, scoring Daniel Murphy (WSH-3, CIN-0).

NATS 7th (7 runs):

Ryan Raburn solo HR (WSH-4, CIN-0).

Bryce Harper RBI single, scoring Brian Goodwin (WSH-5, CIN-0).

Daniel Murphy RBI single, scoring Stephen Drew (WSH-6, CIN-0).

Anthony Rendon GRAND SLAM, scoring Bryce Harper, Ryan Zimmerman, and Daniel Murphy (WSH-10, CIN-0).

CIN/8th:

Scooter Gennett walks (bases loaded), Patrick Kivlehan scores (WSH-10, CIN-1), Austin Adams pitching.

Eugenio Suarez RBI single, scoring Stuart Turner (WSH-10, CIN-2), Austin Adams pitching.

CIN/9th (5 runs):

Patrick Kivlehan RBI double, scoring Billy Hamilton (WSH-10, CIN-3), Trevor Gott pitching.

Adam Duvall RBI single, scoring Patrick Kivlehan (WSH-10, CIN-4), Trevor Gott pitching.

Scooter Gennett 3-run HR, scoring Stuart Turner and Adam Duvall (WSH-10, CIN-7), Trevor Gott pitching.

STOLEN BASE:  Brian Goodwin.

ERROR:  Adrian Sanchez (fielding).

Pitching:

SP Max Scherzer (2.01) win – Game Score 72 (SP CIN Castillo 53):

Pitched 6.0 innings, giving up 0 runs on 3 hits and 4 walks, striking out 10 (95 pitches, 67 strikes, 25 batters).

Enny Romero (3.54):

Pitched 1.0 innings, giving up 0 runs/walks/hits, striking out 3 (15 pitches, 10 strikes, 3 batters).

Austin Adams (-.–):

Faced 5 batters, giving up 2 runs (1 earned) on 1 hit and 2 walks (21 pitches, 6 strikes, 5 batters).

Oliver Perez (4.26):

Pitched 1.0 inning, giving up 0 runs/hits/walks (17 pitches, 13 strikes, 3 batters).

Trevor Gott (45.00):

Faced 5 batters, giving up 5 earned runs on 5 hits (1 HR) (23 pitches, 14 strikes).

Matt Grace (3.66) – save:

Pitched 1.0 inning, giving up 0 runs/hits/walks (10 pitches, 6 strikes, 3 batters).

Up next:  NATS @ CIN Sunday at 1:10 PM:  Tanner Roark (6-6, 5.27 ERA) vs. Homer Bailey (2-2, 8.31 ERA).

 

 

NATS Batting Order Stats – YTD 2017 (Plus 2016 – 2005)

Bryce harper mvp poster at stadium

NATS Batting Order Stats – YTD 2017

(see 2016 and some 2005 below)

Batting Order – Opening Day 2017

SS Trea Turner

CF Adam Eaton

RF Bryce Harper

2B Daniel Murphy

1B Ryan Zimmerman

LF Jayson Werth

3B Stephen Drew

C  Matt Wieters

P  Stephen Strasburg

Batting Order – Player # of Games at each Batting Position

Batting           # of Games – Player

1st:  

60        Trea Turner

16        Adam Eaton

9          Brain Goodwin

2          Michael Taylor

2          Wilmer Difo

2nd:    

25        Jayson Werth

17        Brain Goodwin

9          Anthony Rendon

8          Wilmer Difo

7          Ryan Raburn

6          Trea Turner

6          Adam Eaton

5          Michael Taylor

5          Bryce Harper

1          Chris Heisey

3rd:

76        Bryce Harper

10        Daniel Murphy

2          Anthony Rendon

1          Ryan Zimmerman

4th:  

58        Ryan Zimmerman

22        Daniel Murphy

8          Anthony Rendon

1          Adam Lind

5th:  

48        Daniel Murphy

14        Adam Lind

14        Ryan Zimmerman

11        Anthony Rendon

1          Stephen Drew

1          Matt Wieters

6th:        

48        Anthony Rendon

14        Jayson Werth

10        Matt Wieters

6          Adam Lind

4          Michael Taylor

4          Stephen Drew

2          Chris Heisey

1          Ryan Raburn

7th:  

37        Matt Wieters

20        Michael Taylor

11        Stephen Drew

7          Jayson Werth

3          Brian Goodwin

3          Adam Lind

2          Chris Heisey

2          Ryan Raburn

2          Anthony Rendon

1          Wilmer Difo

8th:  

28        Michael Taylor

23        Jose Lobaton

17        Matt Wieters

13        Wilmer Difo

3          Chris Heisey

2          Brian Goodwin

1          Adrian Sanchez

1          Rafael Bautista

1          Grant Green

9th:

18        Gio Gonzalez

17        Stephen Strasburg

17        Max Scherzer

16        Tanner Roark

12        Joe Ross

3          Michael Taylor

2          Brian Goodwin

2          Trea Turner

1          A.J. Cole

1          Jeremy Guthrie

 

NATS Batting Order Stats – 2016Washington Nationals Logo 2017

Top 3 at each batting position:

1st:  

66        Trea Turner

56        Ben Revere

31        Michael Taylor

2nd:          

93        Jayson Werth

34        Anthony Rendon

13        Ben Revere

3rd:  

96        Bryce Harper

58        Daniel Murphy

4          Anthony Rendon

4th:  

51        Daniel Murphy

42        Bryce Harper

35        Ryan Zimmerman

5th:  

41        Anthony Rendon

39        Wilson Ramos

29        Ryan Zimmerman

6th:

38        Wilson Ramos

35        Anthony Rendon

27        Jayson Werth

7th:    

42        Danny Espinosa

29        Wilson Ramos

23        Ryan Zimmerman

8th:    

99        Danny Espinosa

32        Jose Lobaton

7          Ben Revere

9th:      

33        Max Scherzer

32        Tanner Roark

29        Gio Gonzalez

 

2016 Opening Day Lineup:

CF Revere

3B Rendon

RF Harper

1B Zimmerman

2B Murphy

LF Werth

C  Ramos

SS Espinosa

P  Scherzer

 

2016 Closing Day Lineup:

CF Turner

LF Revere

RF Harper

1B Zimmerman

3B Drew

2B Difo

SS Espinosa

C  Lobaton

P  Scherzer

 

Most Common Lineup Order in 2016 (11 Games):

Turner

Werth

Murphy

Harper

Rendon

Ramos

Zimmerman

Espinosa

(Pitcher)

 

Memory Lane:  2005 Season – Most Games at a Batting Position

1          136      Brad Wilkerson

2          51        Jamey Carroll

3          75        Jose Guillen

4          64        Jose Guillen

5          52        Vinny Castilla

6          52        Vinny Castilla

7          59        Brian Schneider

8          94        Cristian Guzman

9          34        Livan Hernandez P

 

2005 – Most Common Batting Order (6 Games):

Brad Wilkerson

Nick Johnson

Jose Vidro

Jose Guillen

Ryan Church

Vinnie Castilla

Brian Schneider

Cristian Guzman

Pitcher

 

 

 

 

July 14th: WSH-5, CIN-0

Final R H E
WSH 5 9 0
CIN 0 7 0
W: Gonzalez (8-4, 6.66)
L: Adleman (5-7, 4.99)
S: Grace (1)

Post All-Star Win:  HARPER 2 HR

Post All-Star Game #1 LINEUP:

GOODWIN CF

DIFO SS

HARPER RF

ZIMERMAN 1B

DREW 2B

RENDON 3B

WIETERS C

HEISEY LF

(GONZALEZ P)

Scoring:

NATS/1st (2 runs):

Stephen Drew RBI single, scoring Brian Goodwin.

Anthony Rendon RBI single, scoring Bryce Harper

NATS/3rd (2 runs):

Bryce Harper 2-run HR, scoring Wilmer Difo.

NATS/5th (1 run):

Bryce Harper solo HR.

Pitching:

SP Gio Gonzalez (2.66) – Game Score 84 (CIN SP Adleman 23):

Pitched 8.1 innings, giving up 0 runs on 4 hits and 2 walks, striking out 6.

Matt Albers (1.91):

Pitched 0.1 inning, giving up 0 runs on 3 hits, striking out 1.

Matt Grace (3.86):

Pitched 0.1 inning, giving up 0 runs/hits/walks.

Next up:  NATS @ CIN Saturday 7:10 PM:  Scherzer vs. Castillo.