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Good, Bad, & Ugly: Nationals Shut Down by Moyer, Phils, 4-2

Published by on May 31, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - MLB


"They play good defense. We don't, and we lose." —Josh Bard, May 31, 2009.
THE RESULT: The Washington Nationals were not charged with any errors in the scorebook in today's 4-2 loss to Jamie Moyer and the Philadelphia Phillies. But three plays where the Nats could not perform simple defensive tasks proved the difference in a close ball game, and the 46-year-old Moyer registered his 250th career victory. Philadelphia scored their first run in the first inning against Nats' starter John Lannan (L, 2-5, 4.21). With one out, Lannan gave Shane Victorino a free pass. Three pitches later, Chase Utley hit a ball to the wall in right that Adam Dunn bare-handed on the bounce, hit cut-off man Anderson Hernandez, and the...

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