Miami vs Washington Sun, May 26
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Washington Nationals (55% consensus). The Washington Nationals figured out a way to overcome the league's worst bullpen - get the starter to pitch a complete game. The Nationals will try to follow Patrick Corbin's shutout and clinch the four-game series when they host the Miami Marlins on Sunday... http://bit.ly/2GhdbL9
Betting Prediction for Miami Marlins vs Washington Nationals on May 26, 2019, 1:35 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: Miami will Win and the Total will go Under .
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Washington Times: Nationals top Marlins, win three straight for first time this season
Fifty-three games into the season, the Washington Nationals finally achieved it: three wins in a row. They just had to play the only worse team in the National League to do it.
The Nationals staved off the Miami Marlins 9-6 at home on Sunday afternoon, taking win No. 3 in a four-game series and digging a bit further out of baseball's cellar despite another near-collapse from the bullpen.
Howie Kendrick finished with three hits, a home run and 3 RBI, and Anthony Rendon and Brian Dozier added 2 RBI apiece for the Nationals (22-31).
In his second start of the year, Erick Fedde pitched five innings of shutout ball with four strikeouts.
Federal Baseball: Washington Nationals win three straight for first time in 2019 with 9-6 win over Miami Marlins
For the first time this season, the Washington Nationals, who beat the Miami Marlins 9-6 this afternoon in the nation's capital, have won three straight. Huzzah!
That's right, it took until late May, but the 2019 Nationals have finally put together what can legitimately be called a winning streak.
Erick Fedde tossed five scoreless in his second start of the season. Adam Eaton, Anthony Rendon, Howie Kendrick, Brian Dozier, and Michael A. Taylor all had multi-hit games.
That's called a team effort.
Fansided: Huge fourth inning does Marlins in against Washington
After six straight wins and the belief the Miami Marlins might be turning the corner, the team suffered its second loss in a row, this time 5-0 to the Washington Nationals on Saturday. The loss, a byproduct of a 5-run fourth inning, was not what the team had hoped from starter Sandy Alcantara.
Alcantara had arguably the best outing of any Marlins pitcher in three seasons his previous start but showed inconsistency again that led to the team's loss.
"Any remaining evidence of the Marlins' recent six-game winning streak disappeared as Miami managed just four hits off Washington starter Patrick Corbin, who went the distance," Harvey Valentine of MLB.