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Nationals @ Giants, Game 4
« Topic Start: August 09, 2007, 02:28:21 PM »
  Game Time: 3:35 pm    TV: MASN2    Radio: WTWP 1500, 107.7 FM


Patrick Misch
0-1, 4.38 ERA

Joel Hanrahan
1-0, 3.27 ERA

(CF) Dave Roberts
(SS) Omar Visquel
(RF) Randy Winn
(LF) Barry Bonds
(1B) Ryan Klesko
(SC) Bengie Molina
(3B) Pedro Feliz
(2B) Kevin Frandsen
(SP) Patrick Misch

Felipe Lopez (SS)
Ronnie Belliard (2B)
Ryan Zimmerman (3B)
Dmitri Young (1B)
Austin Kearns (RF)
Ryan Church (LF)
Brian Schneider (SC)
Nook Logan (CF)
Joel Hanrahan (SP)

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Hanrahan picked up is first Major League victory on Saturday night vs. the Cards,
becoming the fourth member of Nationals (Matt Chico, John Lannan, and Levale Speigner
are the others) to reach that milestone this year. Hanrahan lasted five-plus innings
and gave up one run on six hits. He acknowledged that humidity and running the bases
in the fourth inning left him spent by the time he left the game. It was Hanrahan's second
Major League game of  his career. On July 28, he pitched against the Mets and lasted
six innings and gave up three runs, but didn't figure in the decision in a 6-5 Nats victory.


The team still hasn't announced the starter for this one, but Misch is a likely candidate.
The Giants have yet to find a permanent replacement for Matt Morris' former spot in the
rotation, but Misch is making a convincing case for himself. The left-hander made his
first start for the Giants last week and held the Padres to two earned runs in five innings
while striking out eight.