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Game Recap - 9/25/11

Written by Joe Lucia on .

Nationals 3, Braves 0

WP: Detwiler (4-5) 
LP: Minor (5-3)
SV: Storen (43)

I don't know what to say. It's another pathetic offensive performance from the Atlanta Braves, what else is new? The team only put six men on base all game, all of which came against starter Ross Detwiler. The Nats bullpen threw three perfect innings and struck out six in the process. The Braves had one prime chance for scoring, in the third inning with the bases loaded and none out after a pair of walks from Detwiler. Michael Bourn worked the count against Detwiler to 3-0...and the team saw five pitches over the rest of the inning, swinging at three of them. No runs came across the board. The team had another chance to score in the fifth, with men on second and third and one out. The team's next two batters combined to see four pitches and not drive in a run. That would be the last scoring chance of the day for Atlanta.

Mike Minor really didn't pitch too badly, and this game isn't on him at all. He only went 4 2/3, but allowed just one run on a solo homer from Wilson Ramos. He allowed six hits, walked two, and struck out five. It wasn't a bad start. But with the way the offense is going right now (which is, not at all), it wasn't enough. Pathetic, really. One bright spot from the game: Kris Medlen threw an inning, and only needed seven pitches to go 1-2-3 and record a strikeout.

More bad news: the Cardinals lead the Cubs 3-2 in the ninth inning. If that result holds, the lead in the wild card race will be down to just one game. That's not good at all. St Louis takes on Houston to close out the seaon, and tomorrow's game will pit Jaime Garcia against Wandy Rodriguez. The Braves finish their season back in Atlanta against the Philllies, and it's a tall order: Cliff Lee against Randall Delgado. This might not end well. 
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congtysangoviet1
congtysangoviet1

I don't know what to say. It's another pathetic offensive performance from the Atlanta Braves, what else is new? The team only put six men on base all game, all of which came against starter Ross Detwiler. https://goo.gl/UMn9GJ The Nats bullpen threw three perfect innings and struck out six in the process. The Braves had one prime chance for scoring, in the third inning with the bases loaded and none out after a pair of walks from Detwiler. Michael Bourn worked the count against Detwiler to 3-0...and the team saw five pitches over the rest of the inning, swinging at three of them. No runs came across the board. The team had another chance to score in the fifth, with men on second and third and one out. The team's next two batters combined to see four pitches and not drive in a run. That would be the last scoring chance of the day for Atlanta.


Mike Minor really didn't pitch too badly, and this game isn't on him at all. He only went 4 2/3, but allowed just one run on a solo homer from Wilson Ramos. He allowed six hits, walked two, and struck out five. It wasn't http://congtysangoviet.com/san-pham/bang-gia-san-go-inovar-hien-nay a bad start. But with the way the offense is going right now (which is, not at all), it wasn't enough. Pathetic, really. One bright spot from the game: Kris Medlen threw an inning, and only needed seven pitches to go 1-2-3 and record a strikeout


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