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    Buster Olney on Twitter: "NL playoff chances, per Fangraphs: Nationals 96.7% Cardinals 95.3% Cubs 64.6% Brewers 24.6% Mets 14.2% Phillies 3.8% D-Backs 0.8%"NL playoff chances, per Fangraphs: Nationals 96.7% Cardinals 95.3% Cubs 64.6% Brewers 24.6% Mets 14.2% Phillies 3.8% D-Backs 0.8% https://twitter.com/Buster_ESPN/status/1172881160030081024?s=20

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      Federal Baseball: Washington Nationals 6-2 over Cardinals to set up rubber match in St. Louis tomorrow...

      Howie Kendrick tripled and scored on a sac fly in the second, then homered in his second at bat tonight in the fourth, and Juan Soto doubled and scored on an RBI single by Victor Robles in the sixth, before Robles drove in another run in the eighth, and Soto hit a sac fly to drive in a run in the ninth inning in the Washington Nationals' 6-2 win over the St. Louis Cardinals in Busch Stadium.

      Corbin vs the Cards: Patrick Corbin struggled when he faced the St.

      Howie Kendrick tripled and scored on a sac fly in the second, then homered in his second at bat tonight in the fourth, and Juan Soto doubled and scored on an RBI single by Victor Robles in the sixth, before Robles drove in another run in the eighth, and Soto hit a sac fly to drive in a run in the ninth inning in the Washington Nationals' 6-2 win over the St. Louis Cardinals in Busch Stadium.

      Corbin vs the Cards: Patrick Corbin struggled when he faced the St.

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      St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Error enables Cardinals to tie Nationals at 1-1

      Mikolas escaped trouble in the third when he induced dangerous Anthony Rendon to ground into an inning-ending double play and then the Cardinals' pitcher opened the Cardinals' third with a single to left off lefthander Patrick Corbin.

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      They will be available at cardinals.com or by calling 314 345-9000. All individual tickets will be delivered digitally by the MLB Ballpark app.

      Mikolas escaped trouble in the third when he induced dangerous Anthony Rendon to ground into an inning-ending double play and then the Cardinals' pitcher opened the Cardinals' third with a single to left off lefthander Patrick Corbin.

      SHILDT STANDS PAT WITH LINEUP

      CARDINALS' LINEUP:

      WASHINGTON LINEUP:

      They will be available at cardinals.com or by calling 314 345-9000. All individual tickets will be delivered digitally by the MLB Ballpark app.

    • @Nationals • 1m
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      Federal Baseball: Washington Nationals' lineup for tonight's series opener with the St. Louis Cardinals

      Howie Kendrick missed nine games with a hamstring issue between July 31st and August 12th, but going into Sunday's series finale with the Atlanta Braves, the 36-year-old, 14-year veteran was 21 for 53 (.396 AVG) since returning from the Injured List, with a total of seven doubles, two home runs, four walks, and 10 runs scored over 22 games (10 starts) and 58 plate appearances.

      Kendrick also had a .307/.354/.484 line in the 62 games he'd started this season with 16 of 23 doubles and 9 of 14 HRs coming in the games he'd started.

      Howie Kendrick missed nine games with a hamstring issue between July 31st and August 12th, but going into Sunday's series finale with the Atlanta Braves, the 36-year-old, 14-year veteran was 21 for 53 (.396 AVG) since returning from the Injured List, with a total of seven doubles, two home runs, four walks, and 10 runs scored over 22 games (10 starts) and 58 plate appearances.

      Kendrick also had a .307/.354/.484 line in the 62 games he'd started this season with 16 of 23 doubles and 9 of 14 HRs coming in the games he'd started.

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      St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Ozuna powers Cardinals past Nationals, but it's his throw that steals the show

      With Dakota Hudson nursing a 2-0 lead in the fourth inning, Victor Robles singled with the bases loaded and two out. One run scored but Ozuna, whose throwing arm has been a cause celebre ever since he belatedly had shoulder surgery last offseason, cranked one up. Ozuna one-hopped a peg to catcher Yadier Molina, who stepped back to get a good hop and then made the reception and a swipe tag on Cabrera in the same motion for the final out of the inning.

      "I'm obviously pleased with the homer and two-run double but the throw . .

      With Dakota Hudson nursing a 2-0 lead in the fourth inning, Victor Robles singled with the bases loaded and two out. One run scored but Ozuna, whose throwing arm has been a cause celebre ever since he belatedly had shoulder surgery last offseason, cranked one up. Ozuna one-hopped a peg to catcher Yadier Molina, who stepped back to get a good hop and then made the reception and a swipe tag on Cabrera in the same motion for the final out of the inning.

      "I'm obviously pleased with the homer and two-run double but the throw . .

    • @Nationals • 1m
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      Federal Baseball: Wire Taps: Get well soon, Davey Martinez; Nationals lose to Cardinals + more Nats links

      Davey Martinez was back in Washington, D.C. last night when the Nationals were in Busch Stadium losing the series opener to the St. Louis Cardinals. Martinez underwent a medical procedure on Monday after feeling chest pains during Sunday's series finale with Atlanta.

      So did fill-in skipper Chip Hale hear anything from the manager about the first of three with the Cards?

      "I haven't heard yet," Hale said after the 4-2 loss. "I'm sure he'll give us a call after the game if he's up, I know he's been through a battery of tests, so hopefully he's feeling good.

      Davey Martinez was back in Washington, D.C. last night when the Nationals were in Busch Stadium losing the series opener to the St. Louis Cardinals. Martinez underwent a medical procedure on Monday after feeling chest pains during Sunday's series finale with Atlanta.

      So did fill-in skipper Chip Hale hear anything from the manager about the first of three with the Cards?

      "I haven't heard yet," Hale said after the 4-2 loss. "I'm sure he'll give us a call after the game if he's up, I know he's been through a battery of tests, so hopefully he's feeling good.

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      St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Ozuna powers Cardinals over Nationals

      Perhaps overlooked was the fact that the Cardinals had the third-leading winner in the league at their disposal Monday in Dakota Hudson. On May 2 in Washington, Hudson had lost a 2-1 bout with Strasburg and he pitched even better on Monday, holding the Nationals to two runs and five hits in seven innings.

      Meantime, a determined Cardinals' offense forced Strasburg to throw 38 pitches in the first, one of them resulting in a two-run homer by Marcell Ozuna. At 99 pitches and five innings, the Washington ace, who had had 21 starts of 100 or more pitches and who had thrown a league-high 3,183 pitches for the season, was out of the game.

      Perhaps overlooked was the fact that the Cardinals had the third-leading winner in the league at their disposal Monday in Dakota Hudson. On May 2 in Washington, Hudson had lost a 2-1 bout with Strasburg and he pitched even better on Monday, holding the Nationals to two runs and five hits in seven innings.

      Meantime, a determined Cardinals' offense forced Strasburg to throw 38 pitches in the first, one of them resulting in a two-run homer by Marcell Ozuna. At 99 pitches and five innings, the Washington ace, who had had 21 starts of 100 or more pitches and who had thrown a league-high 3,183 pitches for the season, was out of the game.

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      Federal Baseball: Washington Nationals' Davey Martinez stays behind in D.C. with health issue as Nats go to St. Louis.

      Washington Nationals' manager Davey Martinez left the Nats' dugout in the sixth inning of Sunday afternoon's series finale with the Atlanta Braves, and, bench coach Chip Hale told reporters after the game, was taken to a local hospital.

      "He wasn't feeling good," Hale explained, without offering any specifics as to what the issue was for the Nationals' second-year skipper.

      "So just for precautionary reasons they took him to the hospital just to see what's going on, but we're expecting everything will be good," Hale added.

      Asked if this was the first time the issue came up, Hale said that Martinez didn't feel good to start and it got worse as the day went along.

      Washington Nationals' manager Davey Martinez left the Nats' dugout in the sixth inning of Sunday afternoon's series finale with the Atlanta Braves, and, bench coach Chip Hale told reporters after the game, was taken to a local hospital.

      "He wasn't feeling good," Hale explained, without offering any specifics as to what the issue was for the Nationals' second-year skipper.

      "So just for precautionary reasons they took him to the hospital just to see what's going on, but we're expecting everything will be good," Hale added.

      Asked if this was the first time the issue came up, Hale said that Martinez didn't feel good to start and it got worse as the day went along.

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