Goodbye OAKLAND, Hello L.A.

NATS just won 2 of 3 in Oakland, now for an overall record of 5-4 since 2005.  The NATS have played the A’s only 9 times since 2005: 

2005:  NATS won 3 of 3 at home

Jun 7:  2-1 (W-Armas, L-Zito, S-Cordero)

Jun 8:  7-2 (W-Loaiza, L-Glynn)

Jun 9:  4-3 (W-Hernandez, L-Blanton, S-Cordero)

2014:  NATS lost all 3 at the A’s

May 9:  0-8  (W-Milone, L-Fister)

May 10:  3-4 (W-Doolittle, L-Storen)

May 11:  1-9 (W-Kazmir, L-Gonzalez)

2017:  2 wins, 1 loss at the A’s

Jun 2:  13-3 (W-Strasburg, L-Triggs)

Jun 3:  4-10 (W-Hendricks, L-Ross)

Jun 4:  11-10 (W-Roark, L-Madson)

It looks like the NATS have played the fewest games against the ROYALS – 6 games total:

2010 won 2, lost 1 at home.  (NATS wins:  Hernandez, Atilano)

2013 won 2, lost 1 at ROYALS.  (NATS wins:  Zimmermann, Roark)

Other teams short on games:

RANGERS – 9 games including 2017 (2005, 2008, 2017).

TWINS – 9 games (2008, 2013, 2016)

Coming up:  DODGERS (in 2016, NATS lost 5 of 6 games in the regular season)

 

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