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Streak over: A Nationals starter allowed a run for the first time in 48 innings

Max Scherzer’s bid for a Vander Meer — throwing back-to-back no-hitters — overshadowed another impressive piece of Nationals-related trivia as they prepared to take on the Phillies: the starting rotation’s collective scoreless innings streak. 193 more words

Nationals starters set franchise record for consecutive scoreless innings

Doug Fister tossed seven scoreless innings against the Braves this afternoon as part of a 7-0 victory. In addition to extending the team’s winning streak to six games, he helped Nationals’ starters set a new franchise record along the way. 132 more words

Fister continues amazing stretch for Nats rotation

After the Nationals signed Max Scherzer in January, many predicted they would have one of the best starting rotations in recent baseball history. Then the season started and for months everyone not named Max dealt with either injuries or inconsistent results. 529 more words

Fister Pitches 4-Hit Ball as Nationals Beat Braves 7-0

WASHINGTON — Doug Fister allowed four hits over seven innings in another superb outing by a Washington starter, and the Nationals defeated the Atlanta Braves 7-0 on Thursday for their sixth straight win. 300 more words


Nats 7, Braves 0: Fister cruises to secure sweep

GAME IN A NUTSHELL: With their lineup rounding into form and their rotation in the middle of the best stretch for a starting staff in franchise history, the Nationals continued to roll on Thursday with a 7-0 win over the Atlanta Braves. 531 more words

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MLB Daily Can o' Corn: Trades & Transfers

A couple of days ago, the Atlanta Braves and Arizona Diamondbacks engaged in a curious player exchange that left most (probably all) commentators with their jaws on the floor. 821 more words


Let's keep Ross up for a while

Joe Ross pitched his third major league start, an 11-K, 1-run gem against the Pirates. His first three starts have been quite impressive. Among starting pitchers with at least 20 innings pitched, here are the leaders in strikeout-to-walk ratio: 431 more words

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