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How many runs will the Nationals score this year

Under 800
800-850
850-900
900-950
950-1000
Over 1000

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Nats back on top of the runs scored chart. The Yankees lead mlb with 5.67 rpg. Nats are second at 5.59 rpg.

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900 runs :hysterical:

Yeah, this year's Nats are going to be the highest-score National League team since the steroid era

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Nats back on top of the runs scored chart. The Yankees lead mlb with 5.67 rpg. Nats are second at 5.59 rpg.

NYY imploding, too. You can do it, Nats!

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I cleared the poll and thought I would solicit responses again now that almost half the season is gone. Please vote again

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Are the Nats averaging 5.6 runs a game ?

Unfortunately, the bullpen is averaging 6 runs a game

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They're averaging 6.5 runs over the last two. What's your problem?

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They're averaging 6.5 runs over the last two. What's your problem?

They averaged 1 today...what's your problem?

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They averaged 1 today...what's your problem?
Can you have a average with a field of 1? I think that's your problem.

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Can you have a average with a field of 1? I think that's your problem.

Ah, Bach...


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915

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913

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Watching the Astros game and they had a stat of the best hitting teams in baseball.

Astros leads MLB at .283. Nats are next at .279. Then everyone else is at least 10 points behind.

For kicks, I took out the pitchers stats and the Nats jump to .287.

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Over halfway thru season. 904

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On pace for over 915...

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On pace for over 915...
Up to 917, now.

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Current NL Leaders:

Average:
Murphy: .348
Posey .328
Harper .327
Zimmerman .322

RBIs:  Murphy is tied for 2nd, Harper is 4th, Zimmerman is tied for 10th.

Amazing that Harper is the only Nat in the top 10 in HRs (he's tied for 7th)

Trea Turner is still 2nd in SBs as well

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This is being down with Eaton hurt most of the year, Trea Turner having been only okay when healthy, and Harper being good but not 2015.

If the Nats keep this pace up I think the key has to be players like Goodwin, Taylor, Difo, and Raburn credit for competing at the plate. You pay and expect backups like Lind and Drew to hit, but once you get past the top bench players you usually don't expect to get quality production from the end of the bench. They're not a drag on a lineup that's had three opening day starters miss time.

The Nats are due a cold streak or two before the end of the season but a Harper power surge or Turner coming back with a vengeance could make 900 possible,

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This is being down with Eaton hurt most of the year, Trea Turner having been only okay when healthy, and Harper being good but not 2015.

If the Nats keep this pace up I think the key has to be players like Goodwin, Taylor, Difo, and Raburn credit for competing at the plate. You pay and expect backups like Lind and Drew to hit, but once you get past the top bench players you usually don't expect to get quality production from the end of the bench. They're not a drag on a lineup that's had three opening day starters miss time.

The Nats are due a cold streak or two before the end of the season but a Harper power surge or Turner coming back with a vengeance could make 900 possible,
I do wish we could have seen this lineup with Eaton and Turner at the top of it. Hopefully we get that next year, because dang, that would have been fun to watch all summer.

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