Washington vs Miami Predictions
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Washington Nationals (72% consensus). The Washington Nationals have yet to win three games in a row this season but they have a chance to end that streak when they open a three-game set at the Miami Marlins on Friday night. The six-game road trip offers a chance to build some momentum for Washington, which has won two straight and will face a pair of last-place clubs in Miami and Colorado... http://bit.ly/2uBTOqK
Betting Prediction for Washington Nationals vs Miami Marlins on April 19, 2019, 7:10 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: Miami will WIN and the Total will go Over .
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Federal Baseball: Anibal Sanchez falters in the sixth, Nationals fall to Marlins, 3-2 in series opener in Miami...
In his third start of the 2019 campaign last week, Anibal Sanchez threw seven strong innings on the mound against the Pittsburgh Pirates in the nation's capital, giving up seven hits, two walks, and two earned runs in a 100-pitch effort.
Both the starter and his manager talked afterwards about the fact that the 35-year-old right-hander looked like he could still have gone deeper in the outing if he'd needed to.
"He came out in the seventh throwing 90 [MPH]," Davey Martinez told reporters after what ended up a 3-2 win in which Sanchez received no decision.
Federal Baseball: Washington Nationals at Miami Marlins: GameThread 18 of 172
<em>Washington and Miami start a three-game set in Marlins Park at </em><em><strong>7:10 PM EDT </strong></em><em>tonight with Anibal Sanchez on the hill against Fish lefty Caleb Smith. </em><em><strong>FOLLOW:</strong></em><em> MASN 2; 106.7 the FAN in D.C.</em>
Federal Baseball: Washington Nationals' lineup for series opener with the Marlins in Miami...
While Washington's Nationals did manage to take 2 of 3 from the San Francisco Giants with Thursday's 4-2 win in the series finale, they could have made things easier on themselves if they were able to do better than going 1 for 11 with nine left on base in the third of three in D.C.
"We could have put this game away early," manager Davey Martinez told reporters after his team wrapped up a 3-3 homestand, "and we've just got to get better -- man on third base, less than two outs, we've got to start knocking runs in like we did early, like we did in Spring Training.
Fansided: Caleb Smith, Marlins face Washington starting Friday
The Miami Marlins once again find themselves in a familiar situation, calling on one of their young pitchers, Caleb Smith, to stop another losing streak. This time, the Marlins face Washington in a three-game series at Marlins Park starting Friday.
When is there not going to be a time where the Miami Marlins ask one of their young pitchers to take the mound and lead the team to victory after losing another series at home? When the ballclub takes the diamond on Friday night at Marlins Park, manager Don Mattingly will give the ball to Smith and hopes the hard-throwing lefty can set the table for a much-needed win.