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Good, Bad & Ugly: For The Nationals, One Streak Ends, One Continues

Published by on May 14, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - MLB

NATIONALS THIRD BASEMAN ZIMMERMAN'S STREAK ENDS AT 30 GAMES, INTENTIONALLY WALKED IN SEVENTH INNING THE RESULTS: Ryan Zimmerman's consecutive games hitting streak ended at 30, but Shairon Martis' win streak continued, as he gave up just one run in seven innings, as the Washington Nationals defeated the San Francisco Giants, 6-3, before 30,120 sun-kissed fans at AT&T Park. Zimmerman fell just one short of the franchise-record of 31 games, set by Vladimir Guerrero in 1999. He finished 0-for-3, with two walks and a run. He was intentionally walked in the seventh when first base opened up as a result of a passed ball, and grounded into a fielder's choice in the ninth inning. The Nats got big days from several hitters. Cristian Guzman went ...

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