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MVP 2005: A Washington Nationals Dynasty
« Reply #25: August 12, 2006, 03:48:01 PM »
Florida Marlins @ Washington Nationals (5- 8 )
W, 5-0
Game Notes: Stellar pitching all around and key offense helped the Nats take this one home, and make up for the sweep by the snakes sweeping this two game set against the Marlins
Box Score:
Marlins:
Delgado 0/4 .400
Helms 1/4 K .314
Cabrera 1/3 .281
Olivo 0/3 .244
Sanchez 1/3 .185
Encarnacion 0/3 K .265
Ramirez 0/3 .235
Ramos 0/3 K .235
Wayne 0/2 .167
Willingham 0/1 .333

Pitching:
Wayne (L,1-1) 6.1IP 9H 4R 4ER K HR 3.86
Castillo 1.2 3H 1R 1ER 2K 3.86


Nationals:
Soriano 2/4 2R RBI .356
Lopez 2/4 2R RBI .264
Zimmerman 2/4 2RBI .255
Johnson 0/4 K .327
Kearns 1/4 RBI K .261
Church 2/4 .267
Anderson 2/4 .375
Schneider 0/4 K .175
Traber 0/2 .143
Ward 1/1 R .500
2B: Zimmerman (2)
HR Soriano (2)
RBI Soriano (6) Lopez (2) Zimmerman 2(12) Kearns (6)
SB: Anderson 2(5) Lopez (3) Soriano ( 8 ) Church (2)

Pitching:
Traber (w, 2-0) 7IP 3H 2K 3.18
Wagner 1.0IP K 1.54
Schroder 1IP 5.63

Player of the game: Billy Traber, if not for his high pitch count and low stamina, he was staring straight into the face of a complete game shutout, he pitched a stellar game and hopefully we will see more just like it in the future


Done for today  :D