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It's looking like we're getting good Strasburg tonight. Which is nice.
I knew the Nats' offensive eruption was unsustainable, and they certainly have cooled off the last few games. But I hope this great pitching continues, it really is great to watch, makes for speedy games, and generates a good buzz about the team which is fluff but nice after a fashion.
Meanwhile, I'm keeping my eye on Los Angeles Angeles de la ciudad de Anaheim cling to their 1-run lead in Hotlanta. Don't mess it up!
I don't know that it's completely unsustainable. Harper's coming back soon, right? Their division's still pretty weak, right? If there's one team whose season prospects look good, it's Washington.
Granting that Freeman is struggling, it's at-bats like that which are going to keep him in the sub-elite category, even with all of his good work. Runners on first and second, Freeman's up 3-1, then swings at ball four , fouls off a couple other pitches, then swings and misses at a breaking ball well outside. Got up in the count, then did everything he could to give away the at-bat and help out Richards. You have to be willing to walk there.
Edit: Back-to-back circuit clouts by Trout and Pujols.
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