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« Reply #25: August 12, 2006, 12:03:37 AM »
No i'm so sorry, I went to watch the game tonight at a friends house, ends up were not going to DC which sucks. I'm going to try to get my start tonight. I also have to create bergman, expect an update in half an hour

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« Reply #26: August 12, 2006, 12:05:16 AM »
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No i'm so sorry, I went to watch the game tonight at a friends house, ends up were not going to DC which sucks. I'm going to try to get my start tonight. I also have to create bergman, expect an update in half an hour

Again I aplogize :doh:


 :) No need to apologize!

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« Reply #27: 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.

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« Reply #28: August 12, 2006, 12:24:51 AM »
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Quote from: "ColtonWillems"
No i'm so sorry, I went to watch the game tonight at a friends house, ends up were not going to DC which sucks. I'm going to try to get my start tonight. I also have to create bergman, expect an update in half an hour

Again I aplogize :doh:


 :) No need to apologize!


Thanks  :D

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« Reply #29: August 12, 2006, 12:26:56 AM »
Wow, I have to say, you're a pretty talented hitter.  All of the Nationals batters have hits except for Kearns.  Geez, even Rauch got a hit and RBI!

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« Reply #30: August 12, 2006, 12:37:35 AM »
Washington Nationals (?) @ Atlanta Braves (?)-Wow sorry about the lack of records, I'll get them in every game from now on  :halo:
L 6-3
Game Notes: The Braves just out did everything the Nats could do in this one. They outhit, outran, and outpitched the nats in the series opener. Bergman's first start this year was not a good one as a grand slam to Adam Laroche highlighted the braves day in the bottom of the fourth.
Box Score:
Soriano 1/4 RBI .323
Lopez 1/5 3K .259
Zimmerman 0/5 2Ks .241 (mini slump, uh oh)
Johnson 2/4 R K .346
Kearns 2/3 R 2RBIs K .286
Church 1/4 K .318
Anderson 1/3 .348
Gonzalez (Wiki, no Harper) 0/3 R BB K .000
Bergmann 1/2 .500
Hughes 1/1 1.000
2B: Kearns (1), Bergmann (1)
3B: Anderson (1)
HR Kearns (2)
RBI Soriano (1), Kearns 2(3)
SH: Soriano (2) Kearns (1)
SB: Jackson (Pinch runner) (1)

Pitching:
Bergmann 4IP 6H 5R 5ER BB 2Ks 1HR 11.25
Rivera 1IP 1K 0.00
Wagner 2IP 1H 1R 1ER 2.25
Hughes 1IP 1H 1BB 0.00

Braves:
Renteria 0/3 RBI K .182
Giles 1/4 2Ks .200
A.Jones 1/3 .276
C. Jones 1/3 R .360
Pratt 1/3 R .227
Mondesi 0/2 R 2BB .125
LaRoche 1/3 R 4RBIs .304
Langerhans 2/3 2R .261
Smoltz 1/2 RBI .200
2B: Langerhans (1)
HR Laroche (1)
RBI Renteria (1). Laroche 4(6) Smoltz (1)
SH: Renteria (1), C. Jones (1) Pratt (1) Smoltz (1)
SB: Langerhans 2(4)

Pitching: Smoltz (w, 2-0) 7.2IP 8H 3R 3ER BB 8Ks 1HR 1.62
Reitsma 0.1IP H 6.75
Baez (S, 1) 1IP 1H K 0.00

HBP: Marlon Anderson

Player of the game: Can't be anyone but Adam LaRoche, his grand slam was the highlight of the night, and put the Braves ahead, and kept them there

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« Reply #31: August 12, 2006, 12:38:28 AM »
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Wow, I have to say, you're a pretty talented hitter.  All of the Nationals batters have hits except for Kearns.  Geez, even Rauch got a hit and RBI!


Oh boy have I been misleading you, I don't play any of the games except for the ones that Traber starts. If you want to see my hitting go to that game. Lol sorry  :wink:

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« Reply #32: August 12, 2006, 12:53:02 AM »
Washington Nationals (?) @ Atlanta Braves (?) I can't believe I forgot the records :doh: I play the next game so they'll definantely be there
L 9-1
Game Notes: It is very hard to summarize this game, although I can do it in one word, CRAP
Box Score:
Soriano 0/4 .286
Lopez 1/4 K .258
Zimmerman 0/2 2BB .226
Johnson 2/4 R .367
Kearns 1/3 K .292
Church 0/4 .269
Anderson 0/3 BB 2Ks .308
Schneider 1/3 RBI BB K .136
Rauch 0/1  .167 (higher than Schneider)
Escobar 0/1 .000
2B: Lopez (1)
RBI: Schneider (4)
SB: Anderson (2)

Pitching:
Ortiz (l, 0-2) 3.2IP 6H 7R 7ER 4BBs 2Ks 1HR 9.00
Rauch 2.1IP 3H 2R 2ER BB K 4.91
Schroder 2IP 3.86

Braves:
Renteria 2/5 2R 1K .222
Green 1/2 R RBI BB .250
A. Jones 3/3 R RBI .344
C. Jones 0/4 RBI 2Ks .310
Pratt 0/2 R 2BBs .208
Mondesi 0/3 R BB .111
LaRoche 1/4 R RBI .296
Langerhans 1/4 R 2RBI .259
Hampton (yes mike) 1/2 R 3RBIs BB .333 :doh:
Vasquez 0/1 .000
2B: Renteria (3) Green (1)
HR: Hampton (1) :doh: :doh: :doh:
RBI Green (1) A. Jones (4) C. Jones (4) Laroche (7) Langerhans 2(2) Hampton 3(3)

Pitching:
Hampton (w,1-1) 6.1IP 4H 1R 1ER 2BBs 4Ks 6.00
Vasquez 2.2IP 1H 2BB 1K 0.00

IBB: Zimmerman
HBP: Green

Player of the game: Who other than Mike Hampton, he pitched a stellar game and had a HR to go along with it.
He's laughing at me
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I will be playing this next game, and it will be my last of the day, I hope this makes up for my time off which I apologize again for

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« Reply #33: August 12, 2006, 12:55:44 AM »
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Quote from: "2k6nats"
Wow, I have to say, you're a pretty talented hitter.  All of the Nationals batters have hits except for Kearns.  Geez, even Rauch got a hit and RBI!


Oh boy have I been misleading you, I don't play any of the games except for the ones that Traber starts. If you want to see my hitting go to that game. Lol sorry  :wink:


 :lol: Well hey, you didnt do that bad in the game that you DID play in, 12 hits and two batters with 3 hits.

That intentional walk puzzles me, walking Zimmerman to get to Johnson.  But you probably made Ryan better than Johnson, which no doubt he is.

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« Reply #34: August 12, 2006, 12:56:20 AM »
Looks like Mike Hampton had a good day :)

By the way, your record is 3-6, in case you needed help on that  :wink:

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« Reply #35: August 12, 2006, 01:34:08 AM »
Washington Nationals (3-5) @ Atlanta Braves (4-4)
W, 9-1
Game Notes: The Nats really came back to make up for the garbage play they brough into the first two games of the series, and they leave Atlanta with a bang after this 9-1 win
Box Score:
Soriano 3/5 2R RBI .325
Lopez 2/5 R .278
Zimmerman 2/5 R RBI .250 (hopeful slump breaker)
Johnson 2/4 2R 4RBIs .382
Kearns 0/3 BB .259
Church 0/4
Anderson 3/4 3R RBI .367
Schneider 1/4 RBI K .154
Traber 1/3 RBI K .200
Ward 0/1 .000
2B: Soriano (2) Anderson (1)
HR Soriano (1) Zimmerman (2) Johnson 2(2) Anderson (1)
RBI Soriano (2) Zimmerman (3) Johnson 4(7) Anderson (3) Schneider (5) Traber (1)
SF: Johnson (2)
SB: Anderson (3) Zimmerman (2)
CS: Lopez (2) Soriano (3) Kearns (1)

Pitching:
Traber (w, 1-0) 5IP 8H 1R 1ER 7Ks 5.40 (taken out b/c of high pitch count)
River 1IP K 0.00
Bowie 1IP 2K 0.00
Wagner 2IP 2K 1.50

Braves:
Renteria 2/4 R .258
Giles 3/4 K .265
A. Jones 1/4 RBI 3K .333
C. Jones 0/4 3K .273
Mondesi 1/4 K .129
Pratt 0/4 .179
LaRoce 0/3 2K .267
Langerhans 1/3 K .267
Thomson 0/1 .000
Green 0/1 .200
DeRose 0/1 .000
2B: Renteria (4) Giles (2)
RBI A Jones (5)
Errors Renteria (2)

Pitching:
Thomson (l,0-2) 5IP 8H 5R 4ER 1BB K 2HR 5.27
Byrd 2IP 3H 2R 2ER K 2HR 9.00
Colon 2IP 3H 2R 2ER 1HR 5.79

Player of the game: Nick Johnson, his constant offensive heroics from the season and into the games always seem to keep the Nats alive in any game when he comes up to bat. Today he knocked in two HRs and four RBIs, who knows what he's capable of in a full season without an injury! *knocks on wood*

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« Reply #36: August 12, 2006, 01:35:35 AM »
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Looks like Mike Hampton had a good day :)

By the way, your record is 3-6, in case you needed help on that  :wink:


Oh god Mike Hampton owned me, I don't know about that record though because before this last update the game said 3-5, i'm four and five now.

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« Reply #37: August 12, 2006, 01:36:30 AM »
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Quote from: "ColtonWillems"
Quote from: "2k6nats"
Wow, I have to say, you're a pretty talented hitter.  All of the Nationals batters have hits except for Kearns.  Geez, even Rauch got a hit and RBI!


Oh boy have I been misleading you, I don't play any of the games except for the ones that Traber starts. If you want to see my hitting go to that game. Lol sorry  :wink:


 :lol: Well hey, you didnt do that bad in the game that you DID play in, 12 hits and two batters with 3 hits.

That intentional walk puzzles me, walking Zimmerman to get to Johnson.  But you probably made Ryan better than Johnson, which no doubt he is.


Zimmerman has slightly better power numbers than Johnson, but Nick has contact and plate discipline numbers that own Zimmerman so that puzzled me as well.

Done for tonight. Goodnight all

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« Reply #38: August 12, 2006, 11:21:31 AM »
I made a huge error in this game because instead of going to the box score, I clicked advance to next game, and from there, there is no way to get the box score, so I'll throw in some extra things to try to spice this one up.
Arizona Diamondbacks @ Washington Nationals (4-5)
L, 10-5
Game Summary: Although the Nats brought there bats out this game, it just was not enough as the Diamondbacks doubled what the Nats had thrown out there. Livan Hernandez made his return to RFK tonight as the starter for Arizona, he matched up against Tony Armas JR. Hernandez had a 3 run gem going the whole time he was in (8IP). To go along with the gem in his return to RFK, Livan hit a HR.

Here is an after game interview with Livan Hernandez:

Q. Livan, how does it feel to return to your old team, and show them a performance like that?
A. It feels great, It makes me feel good that I can come in here and pitch. It was also nice to have the fans behind me, and I feel very good about how I did.

Q. What was your first reaction when you were traded?
A. In all honesty I was not very surprised, the team had publicly stated that they were going for youth, I wanted to be here for that youth movement, but in the back of my mind I knew I wasn't going to be.

Q. When you hit the HR, how did that feel?
A. Amazing.

Q. If you could change one thing about your experience in Washington/Montreal what would it have been?
A. Nothing, the organization was great to me.

Q. How is life in Arizona treating you?
A. It is great out here, the fans treat me great with ovations every game, the owners and manager are very nice, and it is a fun ballpark to pitch in, hopefully I can stay there a long time.

I can get the linescore though (Arizona first)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
0 2 0 0 2 0 1 4 1 10 15 1
0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 5 8 0

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« Reply #39: August 12, 2006, 11:37:55 AM »
Arizona Diamondbacks @ Washington Nationals (4-6)
L, 8-6
Game Notes: This apparently is not one someone would call a pitchers duel of a series, although Brandon Webb started the game for the snakes, the Nats were still able to put runs on the board. In an 8-6 game in the bottom of the ninth with runners on second and third with two outs, Ryan Church flew out to end the game.
Box Score:
D-Backs
Byrnes 2/5 R 2RBIs .233
Alomar 0/4 R .345
Estrada 2/5 RBI K .413
Gonzalez 2/5 R RBI .391
Green 2/4 R BB K .308
Easley 2/5 R RBI K .295
Tracy 1/3 R BB .275
Counsell 1/3 2R 2RBI BB .333
Webb 1/3 RBI K .250
Vargas 0/1 .000
2B: Estrada (5) Green 2(6) Tracy (4) Webb (2)
3B: Easley (2) Counsell (2)
HR: Byrnes (2) Gonzalez (3)
RBI Byrnes 2(7) Estrada (15) Gonzalez (10) Easley (3) Counsell 2(6) Webb (3)
Error: Jorge Julio

Pitching:
Webb (w, 3-0) 6IP 6H 2R 2ER 2BBs 6Ks 3.72
Gonzalez 0.2IP 3H 3R 3ER 2BB 2K 7.84
Vargas 0.1IP K 5.00
Aquino 1IP 6.14
Julio (s,2) 1IP 2H 1R 3K 6.00


Nationals:
Soriano 2/4 R 2RBI BB 2K .354
Lopez 1/4 R BB K .256
Zimmerman 1/5 R 2RBI K .256
Johnson 1/5 2K .349
Kearns 2/4 RBI BB 2K .286
Church 1/4 R BB 2K .222
Anderson 1/3 R K .378
Schneider 2/4 R .219
Ward 0/1 .500
Wagner 0/2 K .000
2B: Soriano (4) Keanrs 2(3) Anderson (2) Schneider (1)
RBI: Soriano 2(4) Zimmerman 2(6) Kearns (4)

Pitching:
Astacio(L, 0-1) 2IP 5H 4R 4ER BB 5.25
Rauch 3IP 3H 1R 1ER BB 2K 1HR 7.20
Schroder 1IP H 2R 2ER BB K HR 6.43
River 0.1IP 3H 0.00
Wagner 1.2IP R 1ER 2.35
Hughes 1IP 1H K 0.00


IBB: Chad Tracy
HBP: R. Alomar

Player of the game:Brandon Webb, in a very high scoring game, he only gave up 2 runs, but after handing it over to the bullpen the runs got blown out of proportion.

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« Reply #40: August 12, 2006, 11:51:36 AM »
Arizona Diamondbacks @ Washington Nationals (4-7)
L, 9-3
Game Notes: Washington will be very happy to see Arizona leaving town after that fight they put up to win a game of the series. This game was a total blowout of the Nationals, and hopefully the worst we see.
Box Score:
Arizona
Byrnes 1/5 R 2RBI K .229
Alomar 2/4 2R BB .364
Estrada 3/6 R 2RBI K .423
Gonzalez 0/4 K .360
Green 2/3 R RBI .333
Easley 1/4 R RBI BB K .292
Tracy 4/5 R 2RBI .333
Counsell 1/5 RBI 3K .316
Ortiz 1/4 R K .250
Williamson 1/1 R .667
Vargas 1/1 .250
2B: Vargas (1)
3B: Tracy (1)
HR: Byrnes (3) Estrada (4) Green (4) Easley (1)
RBI: Byrnes 2(9) Estrada 2(17) Green (6) Easley (4) Tracy 2(6) Counsell (7)

Pitching:
Ortiz (w, 1-1) 6IP 5H 3R 3ER 2BB 6K 1HR 4.59
Vargas (S,1) 3IP BB 2Ks 3.75

Nationals:
Soriano 1/4 R .346
Lopez 0/3 BB K .239
Zimmerman 0/4 .234
Johnson 1/2 2R RBI BB .356
Kearns 1/4 RBI K .282
Church 1/3 RBI BB 2K .231
Anderson 1/4 2K .366
Schneider 0/3 .200
Bowie 0/1 K .000
Rivera 0/1 K .000
HR: Johnson (3)
RBI Johnson ( 8 ) Kearns (5) Church (7)
SH: Schneider (2) Bergmann (1)
SB: Soriano (7)

Pitching:
Bergmann (L, 0-2) 4.1IP 8H 5R 5ER BB 3K 3HR 10.80
Bowie 0.2IP 3H 2R 2ER 2K 1HR 5.40
Hughes 0.2IP 1H 2r 2ER K 4.50
Rivera 1.1 3H BB 2K 0.00
Wagner 2IP 2H 1.86

HBP: Alomar Byrnes Green; Johnson

Player of the Game: Johnny Estrada put up stellar offensive numbers that helped put Arizona over the top today

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« Reply #41: August 12, 2006, 01:52:58 PM »
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Arizona Diamondbacks @ Washington Nationals (4-7)
L, 9-3
Game Notes: Washington will be very happy to see Arizona leaving town after that fight they put up to win a game of the series. This game was a total blowout of the Nationals, and hopefully the worst we see.
Box Score:
Arizona
Byrnes 1/5 R 2RBI K .229
Alomar 2/4 2R BB .364
Estrada 3/6 R 2RBI K .423
Gonzalez 0/4 K .360
Green 2/3 R RBI .333
Easley 1/4 R RBI BB K .292
Tracy 4/5 R 2RBI .333
Counsell 1/5 RBI 3K .316
Ortiz 1/4 R K .250
Williamson 1/1 R .667
Vargas 1/1 .250
2B: Vargas (1)
3B: Tracy (1)
HR: Byrnes (3) Estrada (4) Green (4) Easley (1)
RBI: Byrnes 2(9) Estrada 2(17) Green (6) Easley (4) Tracy 2(6) Counsell (7)

Pitching:
Ortiz (w, 1-1) 6IP 5H 3R 3ER 2BB 6K 1HR 4.59
Vargas (S,1) 3IP BB 2Ks 3.75

Nationals:
Soriano 1/4 R .346
Lopez 0/3 BB K .239
Zimmerman 0/4 .234
Johnson 1/2 2R RBI BB .356
Kearns 1/4 RBI K .282
Church 1/3 RBI BB 2K .231
Anderson 1/4 2K .366
Schneider 0/3 .200
Bowie 0/1 K .000
Rivera 0/1 K .000
HR: Johnson (3)
RBI Johnson ( 8 ) Kearns (5) Church (7)
SH: Schneider (2) Bergmann (1)
SB: Soriano (7)

Pitching:
Bergmann (L, 0-2) 4.1IP 8H 5R 5ER BB 3K 3HR 10.80
Bowie 0.2IP 3H 2R 2ER 2K 1HR 5.40
Hughes 0.2IP 1H 2r 2ER K 4.50
Rivera 1.1 3H BB 2K 0.00
Wagner 2IP 2H 1.86

HBP: Alomar Byrnes Green; Johnson

Player of the Game: Johnny Estrada put up stellar offensive numbers that helped put Arizona over the top today (Image removed from quote.)


Swept by Arizona?  Not too bad.  Your hitting is great, thats something to build around.

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« Reply #42: August 12, 2006, 03:00:17 PM »
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Swept by Arizona?  Not too bad.  Your hitting is great, thats something to build around.


I can only, if JimBo does

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« Reply #43: August 12, 2006, 03:12:56 PM »
Florida Marlins @ Washington Nationals (4- 8 )
W, 6-3!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Game Notes: With a stellar pitching performance from Ortiz, and clutch hitting from players like Zimmerman, the Nats took this game very easily.
Box Score:
Marlins
Delgado 1/3 RBI K .326
Helms 0/4 .319
Cabrera 0/4 2K .278
Olivo 3/4 R .262
Sanchez 0/4 K .176
Encarnacion 1/4 R RBI K .283
Ramirez 2/4 RBI .250
Ramos 1/3 R BB K .258
Bump 0/2 K .250
2B: Olivo 2(2) Encarnacion (5) Ramos (2)
RBI Delgado (3) Encarnacion (6) Ramirez (5)
SF: Delgado (1)
CS: Olivo (1)

Pitching:
Bump (L,1-2) 4.2IP 6H 6R 6ER 2BB 2K 1HR 4.80
Spooneybarger 1.1IP BB K 1.69
Kent 2IP BB K 5.23


Nationals
Soriano 1/3 R RBI K .345
Lopez 1/3 R K .245
Zimmerman 1/4 R 4RBIs .235
Johnson 1/3 BB K .354
Kearns 0/3 BB .262
Church 1/2 R BB K .244
Anderson 1/3 R .364
Schneider 0/1 RBI .194
Ortiz 0/1 R BB .000
Ward 0/1 .400
2B: Soriano (5) Anderson (3)
HR Zimmerman (3)
RBI Soriano (5) Zimmerman 4(10) Schneider ( 8 )
SF: Soriano (1) Schneider (1)
SH: Lopez (4)
Error: Nick Johnson (1)

Pitching:
Ortiz (W, 1-2) 6IP 7H 3R 3ER BB 3K 7.20
Rauch 1IP K 6.75
Wagner 1IP H K 1.69
Cordero (S, 3) 1IP 2Ks 0.00


Player of the game: Mr. Clutch himself, he drove in over half the teams runs by himself along with Ortiz's quality start, Zimmerman outweighed all the other nats in this one.

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« Reply #44: 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

Offline Vladman1327

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« Reply #45: August 14, 2006, 10:08:01 PM »
I am enjoying this.  Though, on a side note, the interview with Livan, ehh...he's so much more open than that.  He would speak his mind.  "The Nationals pissed me off.  I hurt my knee, but I pitched anyway.  I rule."

Well, maybe not. :)

Anyway, keep up the good work with your dynasty.

Are you playing MVP on your computer or on a console?  Because, if you are playing on the computer, there is a way to output box scores, but I don't know how. :)

Offline 2k6nats

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« Reply #46: August 14, 2006, 10:35:48 PM »
Yep, this is great what your doing.  Could you post the East standings?

Offline ColtonWillems

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« Reply #47: August 15, 2006, 12:01:45 AM »
Quote from: "Vladman1327"
I am enjoying this.  Though, on a side note, the interview with Livan, ehh...he's so much more open than that.  He would speak his mind.  "The Nationals pissed me off.  I hurt my knee, but I pitched anyway.  I rule."

Well, maybe not. :)

Anyway, keep up the good work with your dynasty.

Are you playing MVP on your computer or on a console?  Because, if you are playing on the computer, there is a way to output box scores, but I don't know how. :)


I wish my computer was good enough to run mvp, but its a piece of junk.

Offline ColtonWillems

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« Reply #48: August 15, 2006, 12:02:13 AM »
Quote from: "2k6nats"
Yep, this is great what your doing.  Could you post the East standings?


Sure thing, I can't do any updates tonight but I'll be sure to get to some tomorrow  :D

Offline Vladman1327

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« Reply #49: August 15, 2006, 12:41:06 AM »
What console are you playing it on?