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MVP 2005: A Washington Nationals Dynasty
« Reply #25: August 12, 2006, 12:24:36 AM »
Washington Nationals (forgot) @ Florida Marlins (forgot)
W, 7-2
Game Notes: What a game for Washington, although starter Pedro Astacio put them in an early 2 run defecit, seventh and eighth inning rallies led them to victory.
Box Score:
Soriano 2/5 .333
Lopez 2/5 R K .273
Zimmerman 2/5 2R K .292
Johnson 1/5 RBI 2Ks .318
Kearns 0/3 R 2BBs 2Ks .222
Church 1/3 2R 3RBIs BB K .333
Anderson 1/3 RBI .350
Schneider 1/4 R .105 (ugh)
Astacio 0/1 .000
Rauch 1/2 RBI .200

2B: Johnson (2), Church (1)
3B: Schneider  :o (1)
SH: Astacio (1)
Errors: Ryan Zimmerman (1) NOOOOOOO
SB: Lopez (2), Soriano 2(6)

Pitching:
Astacio 5IP 2H 2R 1ER 3BBs 4Ks 2.70
Rauch (W,2-1) 3IP 2H 2K 4.15
Bowie 1IP 0.00

Marlins:
Delgado 2/3 R BB K .435
Helms 1/4 R K .333
Cabrera 0/4 RBI K .308
Olivo 1/4 .261
Sancez 0/4 .130
Encarnacion 0/3 BB K .273
Ramirez 0/4 .227
Ramos 0/3 BB .167
Valedz 0/2 K .200
Willingham 0/1 .400

Pitching:
Valdez 7IP 5H 2R 2ER 3BB 6K 3.21
Kent (L,0-1) 0.1IP 3H 4R 4ER 1BB 15.00
Borowski 1.2IP 3H 1R 1ER K 5.40

Player of the game: Ryan Church It was his bases clearing double in the eighth inning that highlited the Nats amazing comeback and put them ahead for good.