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we may beat them eventually but tonight is not the night most likely. One of the best pitchers in the NL against our #4-5 making his 3rd career start. And you have to factor in that the Marlins are a completely different team against the Nationals. They play loose and have full confidence that they are going to win every night against us. This is one of the sole cases where you actually expect one team to have complete dominance over another. I mean, we are due for a win but the Marlins simply don't lose to the Nats, or at least not very often. I've never seen one team have so much ownage over another team in my years of following baseball. it's unexplainable.
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